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PrintUI Expands Enterprise Web-to-Print Service Into Asia-Pacific

PrintUI Extends Technology Footprint With OEM Partnership and Integration, New Tokyo Office Location, Head of APAC Sales and Marketing

October 1, 2014, Santa Cruz, Calif.
PrintUI an award-winning web-to print SaaS-based service today announced its expansion into the Asia Pacific market. Industry veteran Joel Ingulsrud leads PrintUIs APAC efforts and is responsible for sales, marketing, support and product management in China, Japan and Korea. PrintUI also announced an OEM partnership and integration with Visual Processing Japan, Inc. (VPJ) and their hosted digital asset management service.

We are proud to announce our entrance into the Asia Pacific market, said Mark Hilton, founder and CEO at PrintUI. We have seen strong growth throughout the United States, Asia, and Europe with more than 200 websites and we are seeing increased demand for our enterprise web-to-print service. We are happy to welcome Joel Ingulsrud to the PrintUI team.

Based in Tokyo, and responsible for all APAC markets, Joel Ingulsrud brings more than 27 years of experience in the digital media software industry. Ingulsrud will oversee PrintUIs partnerships including those with Morisawa and VPJ, one of Japans leading systems integrators in the print, publishing, video and advertising industries. VPJ recently launched their DigitalPrint hosted enterprise web-to-print service incorporating PrintUIs web-to-print client interface. The SaaS-based web-to-print solution is offered integrated with VPJs hosted DAM service DigitalAsset, online proofing service DigitalProof and online editorial workflow service DigitalEdit.

“With Morisawa server fonts in place and a major Japanese integration launched, PrintUI is well positioned to address the demand for affordable Enterprise web-to-print services in Asia,” said Joel Ingulsrud. “The roadmap looks great, and I’m excited to be joining such a strong team.”

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