Taopix to launch online editor, desktop editor at Drupa

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Taopix announced its re-branding and the launch of a new suite of products at Drupa 2024, the world’s leading trade fair for print technologies.

Taopix has undergone a visual transformation, aligning its brand identity with its continuous commitment to innovation and customer-centric solutions, the company said, adding that the “re-branding represents Taopix’s evolution as a forward-thinking company poised to continue revolutionizing the personalized printing industry.”

“We’re still recognizably Taopix,” says Liz Spooner, Marketing Manager. “Everything that makes us who we are is still here, but better. The new branding speaks for that process of efficiency, longevity and simplicity which has been the driving ethos to our new unveilings today.”

At Drupa 2024, Taopix will unveil its latest offerings, including:

  • Taopix introduces a new online editor, featuring an array of customization options and experience settings, plus more than 80 improvements over its predecessor. The company said licensees can tailor the online editor to match the needs of their end user.
  • Complementing its online counterpart, Taopix launches a new Desktop Editor, providing users with advanced editing capabilities and offline functionality.
  • iOS and Android App: For the first time, Taopix unveils iOS and Android apps, enabling users to create and order personalized photo products directly from their mobile devices.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of our cutting-edge technology across Online, Desktop, and Mobile platforms, perfectly timed for Drupa. This release marks a significant milestone for Taopix, showcasing our commitment to innovation and providing our customers with seamless, versatile solutions to meet their diverse needs,” said Michael Carey, Commercial Director at Taopix. “Our new technology not only enhances user experience but also sets a new standard in the industry, reinforcing our position as a leader in the market.”