Quadient Inspire Previous Solutions

reviewer1020249
Data and Laser Executive at a marketing services firm
The previous tool we used was much too cumbersome to use and seemed not to be efficient in helping us meet our clients' requirements promptly and effectively. Processing times also proved to be a problem, especially when we began to appreciate the power of Inspire. View full review »
Tomaž Juvančič
Consultant at Tomaž Juvančič s.p.
Our solution prior to this was a long, long time ago (around 2003, I think). We used a different document composition software in the Telco that I was working for. That software couldn't satisfy our requests for splitting PDFs. When I first saw the Quadient solution (at the time it was called GMC PrintNetT 4.5), I was amazed by its performance. With the click of a button, it could generate millions of PDF files, ready to be archived. View full review »
David Nixon
Senior Technical Consultant at Customer Centrics International
xPression (and other platforms). The switch to Inspire was driven by reducing overheads in multiple legacy platforms, many of which were required to support a single function of a multi-function solution. The Inspire single solution was by far a better option. View full review »
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reviewer993621
User at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
We did use an alternative but it wasn't as robust and didn't allow the manipulation of PDFs. View full review »
Learn what your peers think about Quadient Inspire. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: April 2020.
425,604 professionals have used our research since 2012.