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Printing In A Box
Hey guys, I'm new on the forum here as far as posting, I usually just lurk around reading posts on software, pre press tips etc.

I was wondering if any of you guys have heard of or tried http://www.printinginabox.com for your printing website? We have had trouble finding a good print solution for our website and was wondering if this would be a good option to look at?

  • Joe
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Re: Printing In A Box
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No experience with that but welcome to the forum.
Mac OS 10.12 Sierra | Prinergy 7.5 | Adobe Creative Cloud 2017 | Two Luscher XPose 160 CTP units

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Re: Printing In A Box
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weird, an online printer looking for web storefront software.

hmmm
Prepress guy - doin' jobs one at a time

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Maybe he just doesn't like what he's got now and he's looking elsewhere.
Or, you know, it could be the other.
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I'd looked at them when we were searching for an alternative to the anemic PrintersPresence offerings, but never got in touch or found any feedback. Be curious to hear if anybody else has checked them out though.
A little diddie 'bout black 'n cyan...two reflective colors doin' the best they can.

Re: Printing In A Box
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Well the issues with my site are with the aspects of it that aren't designed specifically for printing such as quantity options, handling of artwork, built in preflight software, design studio etc.

They seem to have all of that built into the software.  Right now I am using open cart.

Also with the Hub license on their site I could give my brokers websites underneath me as well.  This shows what I am referring to with the Hub License.
http://www.printinginabox.com/pricing/

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Anyone else happen to know anything about it?

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Sorry. Never used it and I don't remember much discussion around here about it.
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Re: Printing In A Box
Reply #8
Hello All,

Greetings for the Upcoming festival as Christmas Eve & New Year... !!!

About printing software, design studio, storefront then I would like to introduce DesignNBuy which is a reputed venture in web-to-print technology. They provide different printing software solution and services in multiple eCommerce platforms such as Magento, OpenCart, WooCommerce, nopCommerce and PrestaShop.

To know more about benefits of printing industry, customers and production team then you can refer: web-to-print - Introduction and Definition?

Thanks.
Design'N'Buy - Enabling Print Business on the Web

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Oh, another one. Well, at least we're keeping all the spam in one post.
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  • Ear
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The first guy had a better English translator than the last one.
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Yeah, and I know it's all the rage with the kids, but a Tumblr page for your company website??  :lmao:
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Better than Tinder I guess  :shrug:
"Sorry mom, there was a tattoo artist in here talking about getting prints of tattooed penises."  :lmao:

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aww man, I was really wanting to give a company that randomly posts on a forum some money.. oh well. Glad you guys were here or I would have fallen for their "charm".  A revisited year and a half old post to boot, dude needs answers!!!!

 :sarcasm:

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The company's probably "reorganized" under a couple other names since then.
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