I know it is far too early to be talking about the New Year just yet, let’s get through Christmas first, but things move so quickly these days so I thought I would give you the heads up.

Having recently joined Vpress I am staggered by the range of features that are available already in Coreprint that will allow you to do just about anything you should ever require from a web to print solution! However, here are a few more things you can expect to see in the coming months.

Now firstly we know that the usage of tablet and android is fast overtaking the traditional laptop and PC. Sales of tablets are set to be more than 50% of the total PC market (desktops, notebooks, and tablets) in 2015. So you are going to see a brand new Coreprint interface that is responsive across a range of devices. This means the layout of the web page will adjust dynamically, depending on which device is being used.

The new interface will use the Bootstrap frontend framework originally developed by those clever chaps at Twitter. Bootstrap is compatible with the latest versions of all major browsers which is great news.

Also, last month saw a new update in Corecreate enabling multi-level personalisation using tables. This allows the creation of all sorts of print products, previously deemed unsuitable for the online template route.

Next year, will also see new languages added to the system, greater workflow integration with MIS providers and even greater content management for templates. Don’t forget that CRoss media or multi-channel marketing will be big in 2015, and Coreprint can deliver all of this, in just one easy to use SaaS system…

So what should all this mean to you? Well your clients are most definitely online now and that is where you need to be in 2015 and beyond. If you are not yet allowing your clients to create, edit, proof and order print online, then they will be sure to find somewhere else they can do it quickly and easily. And that’s what it is all about. Let’s make it so easy for a client to order print so that they don’t need to think about using all the others channels available; let’s just print it!

If you have any questions, or just want to catch up about what to expect next year, from web2print, please do not hesitate to contact me: kevin.tyler@vpress.co.uk