SAI TO IMPROVE PROFITS AT SGIA 2013

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STIXO-Signage Supplies

SA International (SAi), will  demonstrate its latest offerings for increasing business and productivity of sign and print providers on the SAi’s booth (2854) at SGIA Expo 2013 taking place in Orlando, from 23 – 25 October 2013.

SAi will give an educational presentation, SGIA visitors will have the opportunity for an up-close look at the feature-rich attributes of the company’s products designed to improve processes from design to production. Dean Derhak, Product Director at SAi will deliver a free-to-attend presentation entitled Increase Your Profits with Colour Management.

Amongst the software solutions on display will be SAi Flexi™ which delivers a wealth of industry-specific design tools, easy-to-use interface and thousands of drivers to run wide-format printers, cutters and hybrids. The software with Cloud also includes exclusive cloud-based tools designed to drive new customers and new business to print providers.

Mark Blundell, CEO and Chairman of SAi explains, ‘SAi Flexi 11 with Cloud software is the only RIP software in the industry that brings new customers to print and sign businesses through SIGN.COM. Flexi users can also receive new business from their own free web store because of the unique cloud-based tools that come standard in Flexi.’

Also on show at SGIA will be the SAi PixelBlasterTM print to finish production software for large format print businesses, as well as an updated version of SAi EnRouteTM CAD/CAM software for the CNC sign making and manufacturing industries. This 3D CAD/CAM suite features an easy to use interface designed to undertake detailed 3D work with surface creation and texturing.

SGIA visitors can also see the latest developments within the International Sign and Printmakers Guild. At the show, non-members will be given the opportunity to enroll in the association which is designed to help sign and print providers reach new customers, grow their businesses and reduce costs. 

SIGN.COM will be used for bringing companies new customers. It delivers a dedicated one-stop location for the North American sign and print buying public to quickly and easily design and purchase custom signs, banners, posters and similar products. SIGN.COM gives sign making businesses and wide-format print providers increased revenue when they become Guild members. All sign and print jobs ordered through the site are routed to the Guild member network for production and delivery to the customer, which also enables Guild members to build new long-term business relationships.

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