Big Win for the Print Shop: PagePath acquires Printer’s Plan Technology powerhouses, MyOrderDesk and Printer’s Plan, are now under one roof.
PLANO, IL: Two of the printing industry’s most experienced and trusted technology providers, PagePath Technologies, Inc. and SoftUSE, Inc. have reached an agreement under which the Printer’s Plan product, has been acquired by PagePath. This brings the leading Web-to-Print solution, MyOrderDesk, and the gold standard for shop management and MIS, Printer’s Plan, into one organization. “This industry has richly blessed Tulin and me during the past 37 years,” said Ugur Edev, President of SoftUSE. “It is time for us to retire from daily operations and entrust our customers to someone we know and trust. Since our first discussion, PagePath was always the logical choice. We’ve known Greg Witek, the founder, and CEO of PagePath, for a very long time. And during the recent integration work, we’ve come to know him, his son Adam, and their Servicing team, even better. The clincher was the reputation they have in the print shops. Their customers love them”. Ugur and Tulin Edev opened a Sir Speedy franchise in 1981 and quickly recognized the need for reliable quoting tools. They soon launched the first version of Printer’s Plan in 1987. Printer’s Plan has continued to lead the industry, growing in capability and customer following ever since. Thousands of print shops have relied on Printer’s Plan to handle job estimating, job tracking, purchasing, costing, billing, and more. About PagePath: No one in the industry has been transmitting print jobs, and print files longer. Since 1983 PagePath has helped print providers exploit new technology and streamline their businesses — connecting print customers to their print shop and print shops to each other. PagePath has been instrumental in building what we know today as Web-to-Print. Learn more about these killer apps and PagePath’s world-class servicing and support teams. Contact them as you prefer…
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