Infigo Software Limited has signed a partnership deal with United States-based Page Technology Group (PTG) to cement their expansion to America.
The Crawley-based web-to-print software developer has also set up an office in Miami, Florida, and completed five deals in America for its software in one week.
These were put together on the back of trips to major trade exhibitions earlier this year and Infigo will be out to impress again at Graph Expo, in Chicago from September 13-16.
The partnership with PGT will be for sales and technical support and custom development services, including hosting.
Richard Spencer, President of PTG, said: “I have been working with web-to-print for more than 15 years and I can say without a doubt that the Infigo platform is the revolution that the print industry has been screaming for in web-to-print.”
PTG, with offices in Williamsburg, Virginia, Chicago, Illinois, and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, has served the graphic arts and marketing automation industries for more than a decade, and brings a unique blend of commercial and digital printing experience and technology expertise.
Spencer added: "We are excited to help bring such an easy-to-use, yet powerful web-to-print platform to the American market. There is so much Infigo customers can do with Catfish 'out of the box' that many customers don't even use our development services. But those that do REALLY get the biggest return on their investment."
The deals for Infigo’s products were struck after demonstrations at trade shows earlier this year – Dscoop in Washington, Graphics Canada in Toronto and PODI in Las Vegas.
Douglas Gibson, managing director of Infigo, said: “We’re very excited about our partnership with Page Technology Group and that our planned expansion to the United States is moving so quickly. We’ve always believed that our software range could have a global impact.
“Our recent deals in America are in education, marketing and the communications and printing sectors, showing that web-to-print has an impact across the business spectrum.”