The beauty of TPX is that it is free to join, puts literally hundreds of printing companies at your finger tips and makes it easy for you to request and compare printing quotes
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(PRWEB) December 12, 2007
The Print Exchange is an innovative new web based service that allows customers to source printing with the same convenience they buy so many other goods and services now – on-line.
Designed by Australian graphics arts technology company D2P, an established leader in the printing industry, the web based system offers many advantages over the traditional and time-consuming methods of collecting print job quotes and delivering artwork to printers.
"The beauty of TPX is that it is free to join, puts literally hundreds of printing companies at your finger tips and makes it easy for you to request and compare printing quotes," said Managing Director John Weichard.
"It really is a one-stop shop when it comes to all printing requirements, however large or small they might be," said Mr Weichard.
The new website http://www.tpx.com.au , generates a list of printers depending on a customer's requirements. Such parameters considered are location, type of job and deadline. Depending on the criteria selected, the web site generates a shortlist of specialists for each printing project.
It is then up to the customer to select as few or as many printers who they would like to quote on their job. A screen within the website then displays all quotes, allowing the customer to make an easy and well informed decision.
After selecting a printer, the artwork is then sent electronically by TPX directly to the chosen printing company.
"From the customer's perspective, TPX is a seamless operation that couldn't be easier to navigate."
"I'm confident the latest version of The Print Exchange will continue to lead by delivering the biggest choice of print providers, most convenience and best value to Australian print customers," said Mr. Weichard.
To celebrate the launch of the next generation of The Print Exchange, D2P are giving Australia’s print customers the chance to win a large screen TV or one of several exclusive wine packs.
"Anyone who registers with TPX and uses any of our free services to purchase a print job will be eligible to enter the Print for Prizes promotion," said Mr Weichard.
"People will quickly recognise the ease of operation offered by TPX and will wonder how they ever managed without it."
- Print customers can register for free and simply search, select and send artwork to Australian printers while also having the added bonus of winning prizes along the way.
- Printers can register their company as a listed supplier exposing them to new buyers and sales opportunities.
D2P was founded in 1998 on the premise of delivering artwork for print over the Internet.
Today, D2P remains true to that original concept, committed to connecting graphics art companies with the Internet and assisting them in sending and receiving artwork for print.
To enable this, D2P has developed expertise in many areas of Internet communications, software development and PDF workflow.
For more information see http://www.D2P.com.au