At Ipex 2014, CHILI Publish (www.chili-publish.com) will be showcasing the impact of their rapidly expanding industry partner network. These partners use the open architecture and easy integration capabilities of CHILI Publisher to complement their best in class technologies with online editing functionality. Together, CHILI Publish and its partners offer complementary solutions that enable customers to create new business opportunities. CHILI Publish, along with UK distributor Workflowz (www.workflowz.com), will be showcasing the benefits of these partnerships when they “Plug In The Power” on stand N2-C185 at Ipex, and stand C65 at the Cross Media Production event, both taking place at the ExCel in London.
"The continued growth in our partner network demonstrates the benefits and stability of our online editing technology. It is also a confirmation of our strong commitment to work with industry leaders, and complement their offerings with our unique online editing capability," comments Bram Verniest, CMO of CHILI Publish. “The results of these efforts can be seen at Ipex, where we will be demonstrating how CHILI Publisher can plug in to any environment and easily integrate within any workflow. We look forward welcoming Ipex visitors to our stand, and our partners' stands to highlight the benefits of our complementary solutions."
Customized to each requirement
“Each partner has its own unique requirement. This makes integrating dedicated technologies within the different steps of a workflow highly important. As such, we focus on the online creation and editing phase, and offer the specialized technology to do so," continues Verniest. "We strongly believe in supplier cooperation and partnerships which add value to each solution, ultimately resulting in stronger and better overall solutions."
At Ipex, the result of following partnerships will be demonstrated on the CHILI Publish Ipex stand (N2-C185), Cross Media Production stand (C65) or at the partner stand:
§ Agfa: online editing capabilities within Agfa:Apogee Storefront web-to-print solution
§ DirectSmile: ability to create personalized images and variable output within CHILI Publisher using the DirectSmile Image Server
§ ePrint: online editing capability within Skyline web-to-print solution
§ EFI Gamsys: online management and editing of documents within PartnerWeb
§ Enfocus: integration with Switch automation solution
§ Esko: online editing of packaging documents within Esko WebCenter
§ North Plains: online editing for digital marketing technologies
§ Tharstern: management and editing of marketing collateral within e4print Pro
§ Xeikon: online portal for personalized short-run folding carton production
As one of the Brand Management theatre partners of the Cross Media Production event, CHILI Publish will also give a presentation on "Integration is the key to Brand Management Software" on Tuesday March 25th at 15:45.
Newest addition to the partner network
Also presenting on the CHILI Publish stand will be just recently added new OEM partner ePrint Direct. The UK software company specializes in web-to-print workflow software that addresses the practical problems that printers experience as they develop their online business. ePrint Direct distributes its products through a European and US partner network.
ePrint Direct’s Chris Camp comments on the new partnership: “We had been investigating a number of options to offer enhanced online editing capability to our web-to-print product, Skyline. When we got a demonstration of CHILI Publish, we were simply blown away. The company's focus on creating tools for online editing that can be integrated into any workflow, provides the perfect business model for ePrint. The integration with CHILI Publisher enables us to bring to market, very quickly, a feature rich functionality that our customers love. This is opening up a whole new world of opportunities.”
“We are pleased to have ePrint Direct as our newest partner. It is great to see they are joining other industry suppliers in recognizing the capabilities of CHILI Publisher and integrating it into their own solution," concludes Verniest.