Sprouts Farmers Market Rolling Out Version 8 Web dSignShop

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Grocer Leverages AccessVia Web Platform for Printing In-Store Signs

AccessVia announces that Sprouts Farmers Market is rolling out Web dSignShop version 8. The cornerstone of the AccessVia Publishing Platform suite, Web dSignShop version 8, is a powerful in-store publishing solution. Using centrally hosted data, it delivers on-demand sign and label printing capabilities to stores via a corporate intranet or the Internet with no in-store software to install. Stores simply log on and easily print signs and labels that match the POS prices. Users can also choose from a variety of at-the-ready templates, and start printing on-demand signs from Web dSignShop.

Sprouts Farmers Market is also using AccessVia Designer to create and update sign templates. AccessVia Designer is a powerful graphic design tool for authoring templates that define the look and feel of signs, labels and other promotions. Designer templates adapt visually to changing data so that all signs – regardless of the sign copy – look just right.

The newly-updated version 8 AccessVia Publishing Platform gives retailers control over all aspects of designing, publishing, and managing shelf-edge product merchandising. The AccessVia Publishing Platform seamlessly delivers print and digital promotions to stores for immediate availability or to central print service providers for high-speed production. Stores can re-print from centrally produced batches. The same system produces digital signs and ESLs — ensuring consistency across all customer touch points. To measure the success of promotions and understand store activity, the platform also delivers analysis and reports of store activity and provides intelligence on how promotions impacted sales.

AccessVia Publishing Platform for retail is the preferred platform for retailers in over 55 countries, 25 languages, and more than 60,000 stores worldwide.

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