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.
Finished our first project with Easycatalog from @65bitsoftware. Fan-tas-tic! 3 days of work reduced to +/- 30 minutes. Incredible. #design
Our catalogue, which was over 750 pages this year, was previously done by hand. Not only does EasyCatalog reduce the risk of human error, but its extensive range of features, shortcuts and multi-purpose applications meant that the production time was more than halved. If you have any database publishing needs, from product catalogues to price lists, you should definitely consider EasyCatalog as a solution. We did, and we’ll never look back.
We didn’t really need to think about the return on investment: it was immediately clear that we would save a lot of time using EasyCatalog.
A Catalog project made with InDesign XML engine +XSL done even faster with @65bitsoftware catalog : No XSLT, easier layout, better updates.
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!
I’ve evaluated many, many different (and sometimes very expensive) database publishing solutions, and nothing even comes close to your absolutely stunning software!
I can tell you now that EasyCatalog will have a dramatic effect on my team’s workflow, saving hours on the mundane and freeing them up to do what they want to do – design.
Previously, the production of the TCG catalog took about five months. Today we have that time down to one month…
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.