Who uses EasyCatalog?
Did you ever create a catalog with 200 or more products by hand? And if you are ready – after three days – they tell you to use another order – oh no! I was so happy to launch Easy Catalog in my company! Thank you, even for the great and fast support!
Tobias RegeschGrafikabteilungDELTA MUSIC & Entertainment GmbH & Co. KGGermany
Previously, the production of the TCG catalog took about five months. Today we have that time down to one month…
Josh HooverTrek Bicycle CorporationWisconsin, US
I have said it before and I´ll say it again. You have the best support I have ever encountered. If there where a Nobel Prize for support, you guys should have a couple of them.
Pär GornerIT ManagerSCPGreyGöteborg, Sweden
I’m so unbelievably impressed with the support from @65bitsoftware. Lightning-quick responses and really helpful!
Helen WrightPaper DogLondon, UK
A Catalog project made with InDesign XML engine +XSL done even faster with @65bitsoftware catalog : No XSLT, easier layout, better updates.
All of this happens in real-time. I feel much more secure, knowing my client’s data is finding its way directly to the page layout software without being over-handled and possibly corrupted along the way.
Penny UrionFarago + PartnersNew York
I’ve evaluated many, many different (and sometimes very expensive) database publishing solutions, and nothing even comes close to your absolutely stunning software!
Andreas LeyPalindrom GmbHZurich, Switzerland
I already liked EasyCatalog a lot, but now I love it. It makes my job so much more efficient. I’m a real advocate for EasyCatalog. I would recommend it to everyone.
Ingrid D'HelftTraffic Coordinator – Design OperationsPhilipsKontich, Belgium
Finished our first project with Easycatalog from @65bitsoftware. Fan-tas-tic! 3 days of work reduced to +/- 30 minutes. Incredible. #design
Jochen Van CoillieBlitsBelgium
You don’t have to be a large institution with a massive IT staff to take advantage of NCDP (Network-Centralized Database Publishing) any more. There is a simple solution to what used to be the daunting task of creating and linking publishing software to complex network databases. Happily all the drudgery is managed via EasyCatalog and controlled effortlessly directly from within InDesign.
Peter FaragoFarago + PartnersNew York