Quadient Inspire Pros and Cons

Quadient Inspire Pros

David Adams A1SP
Digital Print Programmer at A1 Security Print
The user-friendly way that workflows in Quadient Inspire can be composed and organized goes a long way towards minimizing the time spent creating complex tasks, thus creating more available programming time/capacity for new jobs. While original scripting knowledge is preferential to using the tool effectively, the modular structure and GUI interface makes it much easier to grasp than otherwise might have been the case.
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Tomaž Juvančič
Consultant at Tomaž Juvančič s.p.
Its easy-to-learn scripting possibilities give unlimited possibilities for any task.
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reviewer993621
User at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
The feature we use on every job is the NS Splitter, which enables us to impose jobs two up on SRA3 paper seamlessly, allowing us to maximize print layout and costs savings.
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Kellie Godwin
GMC Inspire Programmer at PCI Group
Inspire is fast, reliable, and pretty unlimited in what you can do.
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Bob Karpel
Programming Specialist at Quad/Graphics
The most valuable aspect of Inspire is that it is constantly being upgraded to keep up with current market trends.
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Quadient Inspire Cons

David Adams A1SP
Digital Print Programmer at A1 Security Print
The de-bug/help system is quite ambiguous at times and only works if you know where to look, but I find that its search facility is perhaps not as extensive as it might be and often returns fairly random results unless the search terms used are very specific.
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Tomaž Juvančič
Consultant at Tomaž Juvančič s.p.
What can be improved are the new additions to the solution.
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reviewer993621
User at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
I would like more wizards to be included in the scripting module and perhaps an online training course on Udemy would be a useful asset.
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Kellie Godwin
GMC Inspire Programmer at PCI Group
One improvement would be to make the training modules or university free for users, as not all companies will pay for their employees to do the training and get the certificates.
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Bob Karpel
Programming Specialist at Quad/Graphics
In the (near) future I would love to be able to merge Excel XLS data with the same level of ease that we can currently merge CSV data sources (including text attributes, which are lost when using the CSV format).
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Learn what your peers think about Quadient Inspire. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: May 2021.
509,820 professionals have used our research since 2012.