Bizongo adds new features to Artwork Flow

By 19 Jun 2020

Mumbai-based B2B packaging marketplace, Bizongo, has announced a range of new features to its packaging artwork management platform Artwork Flow. The added features include Adobe and Google Drive extension, a Spanish website and translation services.

The new features include Adobe and Google Drive extension, a Spanish website and translation services

Ankit Tomar, co-founder and CTO of Bizongo, said, “These additions are designed to ease the process of artwork management, custom workflow and approval process. The integrated features allow brands to streamline their packaging artwork requirements, save time and money while providing visibility to every stakeholder through the process.”

The Adobe extension is aimed to enable designers to access all the functionalities of Artwork Flow from within the Adobe ecosystem. Meanwhile, the Google Drive extension helps push PDF or AI files into the artwork management platform directly from the file storage service itself. “These value additions enhance remote working capabilities of the platform which will be appreciated by existing users while proving attractive to potential users,” he added.

In addition to the new features, Bizongo has also launched a Spanish website for Artwork Flow. “Spanish is the fourth most spoken language in the world, and we aimed to make it easier for Spanish speakers to use Artwork Flow creating an opportunity for Bizongo to target new markets,” said Tomar.

Apart from the website, the company has also added translation services to the artwork management platform. A planned upgrade of this feature is set to directly replace the artwork’s text.

Moreover, an automated compliance service on the platform is also in the pipeline. This function will let users build a set of custom checklists – right from the font size to FSSAI number with an automated proofing process.

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