After premiering at Drupa 2016 in Germany, we received overwhelmingly positive responses and hope to continue that success here at Graph Expo.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) September 01, 2016
InkRouter will be among more than 350 exhibitors at Graph Expo 16, the premier event for the graphic communications industry. Exhibiting at the show for the first time, the print procurement automation will show decision makers how its bi-directional API technology facilitates print orders between print providers and print clients.
“InkRouter is excited to be joining Graph Expo for the first time this year,” said Robert Godwin, business development director, InkRouter. “After premiering at Drupa 2016 in Germany, we received overwhelmingly positive responses and hope to continue that success here at Graph Expo.”
Broadening the network of print providers for print clients, which includes resellers, buyers and brokers, InkRouter is a print procurement software that works as a solution for web-to-print storefronts. Its algorithmic adaptive intelligence matches orders to print providers within the network based on JDF/CIP4 compatible XML definitions. The API service is currently provided at no charge to the industry.
“InkRouter enjoyed a fantastic debut in Europe and does have plans to expand its network globally. Currently, our first goal is to concentrate efforts on expanding our member network in North America,” Godwin noted.
InkRouter is excited to be part of the show and to have an opportunity to present its software for print at Booth 2225. Joining InkRouter as its invited guest will be network member Rent A Press, a new online trade printer.
Graph Expo 16 will be held from Sept. 25-28 at Orange County Convention Center – North in Orlando, Fla. For further information, email info(at)inkrouter(dot)com or visit Booth 2225.
InkRouter, Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Opensoft Inc., located in Las Vegas, Nev. Opensoft Inc. has advanced technologies for the print industry and extensive experience in developing print software for managing print processes at every stage of selling, manufacturing and fulfillment.