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ROI360 to give drupa visitors preview of web-to-print software

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By News Desk
13 February 2012

ROI360's commercial manager Simon Ellington says the company aims 'to use drupa to inspire business such as print providers'

May's drupa printing industry trade fair will feature the latest developments in ROI360's software suite Pageflex. The range includes Storefront and iWay web-to-print software, which will be demonstrated alongside mobile to print solutions and 'a behind the curtain preview' of Pageflex v8 and iWay v6.

Pageflex products also include options for variable data publishing, online marketing platforms and cross media marketing.

ROI360 will host a reception for UK visitors to drupa on May 3rd. Interested parties are asked to contact the company.

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