PRLog (Press Release) - Oct. 23, 2011 - Laval, Quebec – 20 October 2011 — Prisme Technologies (http://www.prismetechnologies.com) — has launched a new blog and accompanying forum designed to build relationships and enable discussions among web-to-print online storefront owners, soon-to-be owners, and the vendors that provide web-to-print solutions. WhatIsWebToPrint.com (http://www.whatiswebtoprint.com) and Forum.WhatIsWebToPrint.com (http://forum.whatiswebtoprint.com) are now live, with content posted and topic boards established.
The blog format provides a venue for contributors to post short stories or stats to share with readers, without requiring the time investment needed to write lengthy articles. The format also lends itself well to quick scanning of daily news topics as has become the norm for many — especially those using mobile devices. The blog provides both an RSS feed and a dedicated mobile version of the site.
The forum is thread-ready with established topics created to foster questions that are relevant to those shopping for, those who have established, and those who sell web-to-print solutions. Joining the forum is as simple as completing a registration form and acceptance is automatic, with moderation provided by Chuck Meyer, Michael King, Dan Sparrow, and Cyndie Shaffstall of Prisme Technologies. Additional moderators are planned as membership and traffic expands.
Dan Sparrow, VP of sales and marketing at Prisme Technologies, said, “There is a definitive need for a venue where people can share ideas and stay abreast of topics that affect the web-to-print industry. The launching of this site and forum enables Prisme Technologies to lead and participate in topics that are important to our management and our customers.”
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Founded in 2004, Prisme Technologies is the developer of PrintSYS, the award-winning web-to-print solution for the graphic-communications industry. Offered as a licensed, cloud-based, managed service, PrintSYS customers include global retailers, commercial printers, agencies, government, institutions, universities, photographic and specialty product manufacturers, screen printers, label and packaging converters, quick printers, and other organizations that require easy, intuitive, and inspiring web-to-print solutions.