UK software developer, Taopix, has been nominated as a 2017 Must See ‘Ems winner in the Sales and Order Entry category for its 3D Designer.
Guatemalan photo retailer, Quick Photo, has reported a 100% increase in revenue and a 300% growth in unit sales since the launch of its online photo retail business with Taopix in May this year.
UK software developer, Taopix, has announced the pre-release availability of version 2017r2 to early adopters.
This latest version, scheduled for general release in late August, boasts a number of feature additions that are designed to improve the user experience and convert more sales.
Customers who attended the Taopix Annual User Conference, held on 16 & 17 May 2017, have been enthusiastic in their praise for the event. Participants included Taopix customers and distributors from as far afield as Asia, Africa, Australia, Japan, South America and North America as well as those from across Europe.
UK software developer, Taopix, has announced the immediate availability of the latest release of it’s photo commerce platform.
The new version, 2017r1, contains over 300 new features and enhancements specifically developed to help Taopix licensees increase their revenues and conversion rates. The majority of features have been implemented following feedback from existing Taopix licensees.
Danish commercial printer, Lasertryk, has chosen Taopix software for its photo commerce division. The Aarhus-based business is replacing an existing platform that has been in operation since 2012.
UK software developer, Taopix, has announced the upcoming release of its new online 3D Designer feature.
UK software developer, Taopix, will showcase its new integration with Site Flow, part of PrintOS, HP’s cloud-based print production operating system at Dscoop Phoenix. This year’s event will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center from 1 – 4 March.
Singapore Creative Agency, Paddyfield, has made its first move into the personalised photo market with the purchase of Taopix Professional photo commerce platform.
Chakraval Photo Digital Co has invested in a new photo commerce from UK software developer, Taopix.