printIQ has revealed that it will soon go through a corporate rebrand, which it said aligns with the significant transformation across the printing industry.
The new branding will be rolled out globally in the coming weeks and will include an enhanced website experience for visitors.
“The new printIQ brand is an evolution of our previous branding and reflects our company’s ambition, drive, and determination to empower the printing industry through technology,” printIQ COO Rachel Davis said.
“Our new brand is more than just a logo; it’s a symbol of our commitment to putting our customers first and being their partners in success.”
PrintIQ will continue to operate under the same leadership team and values, with a renewed focus on customer service and innovation.
It also mentioned that the new brand identity embodies a “renewed sense of purpose, energy, and enthusiasm”, marking its milestone in the evolution of printIQ as it continues to reinvent itself and take a modern and customer-first approach to the market.
printIQ CEO Anthony Lew said innovation is the key to success and that the company works hard on both sides of this balance: providing customers with solutions for their current needs while developing products ahead of time so they can expect even more in the years ahead.
“Over the last two years, we as an industry have faced some incredible challenges. Through it all, we have remained strong and resilient. Together, we have innovated and evolved,” Lew mentioned.
“Not only will customers be able to experience the new brand, but they will also discover how printIQ has pivoted to help them successfully adapt to any changes in the market, including constraints in supply chain management and labor shortages.”
printIQ will also soon be taking to PacPrint to present its latest release, printIQ v44, and the launch of a new product, printIQ SBE (Small Business Edition).
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