Cutting Edge implements printIQ

by | May 3, 2022

Best: Matthew Elliot, managing director, The Cutting Edge
A solution we can rely on: Matthew Elliot, managing director, The Cutting Edge

In a move that it says will help improve the bottom line and better serve its customers, packaging and point-of-sale operation The Cutting Edge has implemented the printIQ management information system.

Trading since 1999, The Cutting Edge is a family-owned business, now offering an end-to-end service from design, artwork, print, manufacture, and delivery Australia-wide.

“Cutting Edge is a forward-thinking company that is always looking for ways to improve their business,” says Anthony Lew, CEO of printIQ. “We are excited for this partnership and what the future holds.”

Built with flexibility and simplicity at the core, printIQ is created for the modern print shop to grow, scale and succeed. printIQ delivers an end-to-end estimating, ordering and production system, encompassing everything needed, says the company, for future success: accurate estimates; streamlined ordering; quality control; automation of repetitive tasks; and more all in one place.

“PrintIQ is the most adaptive print-centric tool on the market and was the only solution flexible to our needs,” says Matthew Elliott, managing director of Cutting Edge. “It has more than doubled our quoting speed, reduced our processing time, and brought our workflow up to speed. Finally, we have a solution that we can rely on now, and in the future. I am looking forward to our continued partnership.”

The Cutting Edge is a manufacturer of consumer and industrial packaging, offering expertise in all areas of packaging, point-of-sale material, and displays. It says it is acutely aware of the importance of increasing brand awareness in order to be successful in today’s competitive market, and continues to keep itself up to date with the latest technology.

Developer printIQ is a global technology company that has been helping commercial, digital, packaging, label, flexo, signage, and wide format companies thrive, also since 1999.

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