Drupa 2024: eProductivity Software unveils Nubium Print MIS

eProductivity Software (ePS) has announced the launch of its cloud-based print management information system (MIS), Nubium, at Drupa 2024.

30 May 2024 | By Rahul Kumar

The eProductivity Software stall at Drupa

Nubium’s architecture and intuitive tools are game-changing, designed specifically for small and medium commercial printers who require an MIS with low maintenance and overhead. As a 100% cloud-native MIS, Nubium enables rapid startup and onboarding, allowing businesses to support a wide range of products and services almost immediately from the start.

"We are excited about Nubium's potential to revolutionize print management," said Ryan Casey, CEO of Customizable.com. "Its powerful and extensible capabilities promise to significantly reduce operational challenges and enhance the user experience with its intuitive design."

Dan Vertachnik, CEO of Print ePS commented, “Nubium isn't just another cloud solution; it's a game changer specifically designed to cater to the often-overlooked needs of small and medium size commercial printers. In addition, Nubium completely revolutionises the implementation process by eliminating traditional complexities. It is intuitively designed for rapid deployment and immediate value realisation, setting a new standard in the industry.”

Nubium offers seamless integration with web-to-print eCommerce platforms such as MarketDirect StoreFront, enhancing the overall customer experience by streamlining online order processing and production workflows. The integration is a versatile and essential tool for commercial printers looking to optimise their entire business process from online orders to financial management.

"Transitioning to Nubium has been seamless, demonstrating its superior adaptability to our digital printing needs," stated Andrew Tooke, general manager of N2 Group. "The intuitive design has reduced training time, and the cloud-based infrastructure supports remote work effectively, which is crucial in today’s environment."