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CloudLab eyes new business with new W2P release

German web-to-print software developer CloudLab has announced the launch of the latest version of its printQ v6 solution.

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printQ v6 is targeted at both B2B and B2C customers

Aimed at both the business-to-business and business-to-consumer markets, the web-to-print software has been designed to help users win new business, deepen and nurture existing business relationships, acquire new customers and grow existing business.

The new version of the software features a number of updates, including flexibility for licensees to have a choice on the underlying eCommerce technology, which CloudLab explains fits in with its philosophy that there no such thing as a “one size fits all solution”.

Neil Bather, managing director of Transeo Media, the exclusive UK reseller for CloudLab software, comments: “With printQ v6 available in a headless configuration, licensees have the choice of using the best eCommerce technology that fits their business requirement. 

“We understand that today, customers strive to have a modern, open and flexible architecture to build and futureproof their online businesses.”

We understand that today, customers strive to have a modern, open and flexible architecture to build and futureproof their online businesses

printQ v6 is delivered with the Adobe Magento2 ecommerce solution as standard, with customers also able to choose others, such as the popular Shopify solution, connected via open APIs.

“The engineering team has done an amazing job at delivering what I believe is the most open and flexible web-to-print and web to pack software available for the online print and packaging industries,” Bather adds.

All solutions are available as a hosted SaaS or self-hosted purchase licence models.

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