Having the ability to visualize texture or foil online changes how companies sell their products, whether it’s a printed label or a folded packaging design.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 13, 2016
DaVinci Designer (DaVinci), developed by Opensoft Inc., wrapped up its second showing at Graph Expo 16, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition and conference for the graphic communications industry. Demonstrations of its online design and visualization software impressed attendees from various industries.
The interactive 3D proofer serves as an innovative solution for organizations across several industries. By providing a digital 360-degree proof of print and packaging products as well as other 3D objects, organizations can shorten sales cycles, increase revenues and deliver more value to end customers.
“Having the ability to visualize texture or foil online changes how companies sell their products, whether it’s a printed label or a folded packaging design,” said Jeff Aragon, director of sales, DaVinci Designer.
“DaVinci is a sales tool. It is a way to close deals more quickly because you can show your customer their design and what it is expected to look like before it’s produced. This goes way beyond the print industry. This applies to anything that could benefit from 3D visualization in the sales cycle. You’re going to be able to gain approval from your client faster, and make changes more quickly to upsell higher value and close more business.”
Attendees envisioned its potential application for selling traditional print products, short-run promotional products and even physical signage, among other items. Prospective users stated that the 3D proofer would help distinguish their solutions from competitors that provide 2D mockups.
Major manufacturers of advanced printing presses and its customers were equally impressed by DaVinci’s real-time visualization, allowing print providers to instantly add or adjust enhanced finishes on custom designs.
“We heard ‘oohs’ and ‘aahs’ because, before DaVinci, there was no way to show what these advanced printing presses are capable of producing without printing a physical proof,” Aragon pointed out. “With DaVinci, you can add a special finish or texture with the click of the mouse, and visualize what it will look like once it’s printed. It is a natural fit for the manufacturers and their customers.”
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About DaVinci Designer
DaVinci Designer 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.