Infigo Software and printIQ partner to expand market solutions and integrate software solutions

Mick Rowan (left), Director of Product Development and Marketing at printIQ, with Douglas Gibson, Managing Director at Infigo Software.

UK-based Infigo Software has announced a partnership with Management Workflow Systems (MWS) provider printIQ. “We’ve been doing some interesting things that have been grabbing the attention of businesses in the marketplace,” said Douglas Gibson, Managing Director at Infigo Software. “When we started talking with printIQ about our needs for the Australia and New Zealand market, I could really feel the synergies and like-mindedness of the two companies. We both look at implementation slightly differently than the norm – by delivering leading-edge solutions with our customers’ experience at the forefront. As Infigo Software continues its global expansion efforts, working with the right partners is an essential ingredient for our success. Not only does printIQ have one of the best products we’ve seen, but also the talent to deliver. They’re also great people to have a beer with,” he added. “We’re excited that we’ll be looking to fully integrate our solutions – initially integrating our powerful editing tools within the printIQ platform, followed by a bi-directional integration from the innovative Catfish product directly into the printIQ system.”

Mick Rowan, Director of Product Development and Marketing at printIQ, added: “One of the reasons why the two brands came together is that Infigo Software’s tools fit easily into the printIQ system with little overlap, as well as their user-friendly features. It allows printIQ to deliver a modular e-commerce facility for printers who can decide how to brand websites for their customers. Infigo operates across many different industries, not only in printing. They create complete web-to-print and variable-data systems for retail, corporate and creative agencies, as well as printers. These can be easily rolled out by printIQ customers.” According to Rowan, printIQ’s integration capabilities mean that Infigo can be brought seamlessly into the system.


Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.