It's good knowing in advance what the outcome will be


Web-to-print is an effective building block in marketing process optimisation, and one which can cut the processing costs of media generation and distribution considerably.

Web-to-print applications are extremely easy to use and user-friendly. Printed matter is created via a Web-based system. A Web application is used to place images and text into a preset template and formatted accordingly. Users can edit the templates that have been approved and which are stored on the system, and enter the desired content. One particularly useful advantage of the system is the print preview function, which allows you to see in real-time what the finished product will look like. The end-product is a ready-to-print file with a professional layout conforming to your CI.

There are many reasons why companies should invest in a Web-to-print system.

Firstly, it increases the production efficiency of print products thanks to an improved workflow with clear procedures and the option of optimising production control. Lines of communication are made much simpler and direct. Approval editing procedures and sources of error are reduced considerably. As a result, lead times are shortened, improving the time to market.

The use of Web-to-print systems can improve the quality of printed matter considerably because they are not only individualised but also guarantee consistent and CI-conform communication across all corporate divisions, thereby significantly facilitating brand management.

Combined use of Web-to-print and digital asset management systems enables companies to capitalise on significant synergy potentials. One example of a profitable business model that combines Web-to-print with a digital asset management system is the realm of e-commerce and shop systems. Many printing companies now use this system as a useful customer loyalty tool.

The Web-to-print applications successfully implemented by DG Medien in recent years are often used to create standardised advertising materials.

  • Corporate stationery such as business cards, letter headed paper, forms, etc.
  • Individual advertising materials such as brochures, posters, adverts, inserts, calendars, etc.
  • Materials for special events, including invitations, handouts, posters, etc.
  • Personalised print mailshots with links to a CRM system
  • Publications and catalogues (cf. automated catalogue production)

If you too would like to benefit from the clear approval processes and maximum implementation quality that our Web-to-print applications bring, we look forward to receiving your call or contact via Internet.