Infigo Software Limited is celebrating five years in business this April, which appropriately enough happens to be National Inventors Month.
We have seen huge growth in our web-to-print software business during that time and there is one way in which we want you to celebrate this landmark with us – by voting for us in the Pitch to Rich competition.
We are the only Crawley-based company to have entered the contest, in which Sir Richard Branson has invited companies to bid to win a portion of a £1 million marketing prize pot to grow their business. There are three categories and we have entered the “grow” section for established companies looking to expand.
We have certainly expanded in our five years in business, developing our Catfish and MegaEdit software platforms for dozens of clients who use web-to-print platforms. These include photographic company ASK Print, who see the advantages of being able to retain branding while allowing the customer to personalise on demand.
Other successes include standardising the email and post system of one major household name brand with Catfish Hybrid Mail, a bespoke system we have now launched in its own right.
Our software has made a huge difference to traditional print companies who have seen a big increase in demand for online printing like Healeys Print Group, or helped other companies like Pensord launch a digital arm. People in the packaging industry have suggested our software could be “ game changing” for their markets.
With everything edited in the cloud, customers can approve their product much quicker, bringing time and cost efficiencies.
Recently we have had enquiries from North America, where we now have our first contract. While growing our UK hub, It is the North American area of the business we are looking to expand and where the focus would be if we were to win the investment from Sir Richard.
So, nevermind sending us a birthday card, make your present to us a vote in the Pitch to Rich competition as we bid to reach the top 50 in the “grow” section to progress to the next stage. The deadline for votes is May 5, so don’t delay, vote today.