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Printland.in to offer printing solution for SME segment

Online printing solution, Printland.in, which provides corporate
and business printing, has enhanced its product range for SME segment. The
company has integrated web technologies, an eStudio and commercial printing,
popularly termed as ‘web2print’ making it easy for small business owners to
understand and order corporate and business prints. The company claims to serve
over 15,000 customers since its launch in 2012, 80% of which are small and
medium business enterprises.

Online printing solution, Printland.in, which provides corporate
and business printing, has enhanced its product range for SME segment. The
company has integrated web technologies, an eStudio and commercial printing,
popularly termed as ‘web2print’ making it easy for small business owners to
understand and order corporate and business prints. The company claims to serve
over 15,000 customers since its launch in 2012, 80% of which are small and
medium business enterprises.

“Tapping into this huge opportunity, we have had a   great start and have clocked an impressive
growth and turnover in the first year of operations. This year, we will expand
our reach and enhance our technologies to bring greater value to our growing
customer base,” said Sandeep Behl, CEO, Printland.in

With the core system on Cloud Technologies, Printland.in
provides the benefits of online design tool, user uploads and professional
templates. The services include varied printing requirements like brochures,
business cards, posters, banners etc.

“The web2print service
is hugely popular among SME/SOHO and is worth $23 billion is USA with several
companies in the revenue range of $ 100 mill to $ 900 mill. There was a clear
gap in India and we believe it is just the right time for such business to grow
in India’s $ 20 billion commercial printing market,” added Sandeep.

Other players in this segment are Rocket Internet-backed
Printvenue and Printbindaas which had raised angel funding from Manoj Kumar
Swain and Rajesh Garg in August 2012. Sequoia Capital backed Printo offers a
similar online printing service allowing customers to place orders for business
cards, business stationary, flyers, brochures, customized diaries and so on.

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