Infigo and docs24 collaborate to improve marketing content

Infigo Software (Crawley, England) has been named as a technology partner of UK-based docs24, giving businesses a global web-to-print and brand management service. Docs24’s solution is an agile content and brand management platform that allows staff to edit, order and distribute marketing collateral with ease. It cuts production and design costs, reduces order and delivery times, and enables brand consistency across all promotional and marketing materials. Infigo’s software will now power the marketing portal for docs24’s clients, using their award-winning Catfish and MegaEdit software products. Customers will be able to edit marketing templates without speaking to a designer or affecting the brand in any way.

Jim Rae.

“We’ve been looking for a technology partner we could work with for our global clients, and who could build on what we’ve already achieved and take it one step further,” said Jim Rae, Chief Executive of docs24. “We wanted our customers to have the most efficient marketing service possible, so they could create and order materials quickly and without worry. That’s why we looked no further than Infigo Software, who has built a world-renowned reputation for their web-to-print and digital automation software. We don’t think businesses will find a better collaboration on the market,” he added.

Douglas Gibson.

Founder of Infigo Software, Douglas Gibson, said: “We’re extremely excited about this partnership with docs24 which brings together two world-class organizations with big global ambitions to create a unique collaboration. We’ve wanted to help businesses manage their marketing materials for a long time. For many large organizations, it can be almost impossible to oversee all marketing communications. More often than not, it means paying designers to make changes and taking considerable time to try to keep branding consistent across all aspects of the business – and understood by all its staff. We believe that our software is the very best in the world in terms of enabling slick personalization online, and looks outstanding when printed. We’ve proved time and time again that our software can do that, and we’re excited to see it in action with docs24.”


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.