Taopix photobook software updated

Transeo Media has updated its Taopix software, which is sold to retailers and printers to allow them to offer a service printing personalized gifts around customers own photographs. This can include anything from photobooks to calenders and mugs.

Thus the Taopix 2016r1 release includes the Calendar Designer web app that can be used to create personalised calendars on any device. This lets users easily add their own special dates and images and allows the retailer to add public holidays and other important sets of dates.

Taopix has also updated its Online Designer which now gives end users a more realistic preview of photo gift products as well as being faster to use and with better data storage management.

There have been new additions to the list of APIs, including the ability to seamlessly integrate with retailers’ existing e-commerce platforms with the option to use an existing shopping cart or the Taopix cart with multiline capabilities.

James Gray, CEO and co-founder of Transeo Media, commented: “This version should have a major impact on our customers’ overall volumes by giving them the ability to sell more flexible, better presented products across all devices, and increasing sales values by enabling multi-product purchases.”




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