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2019-01-16T21:38:00Z
Miriam Tover - PeerSpot reviewer
Service Delivery Manager at PeerSpot (formerly IT Central Station)
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What is your primary use case for Quadient Inspire?

How do you or your organization use this solution?

Please share with us so that your peers can learn from your experiences.

Thank you!

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PeerSpot user
13 Answers
NB
Senior Software Engineer at Tech Mahindra
User
Top 20Leaderboard
2022-04-28T13:07:00Z
28 April 22

In our company, we basically use Quadient for digital customer communication. It helps us to be able to provide the best customer experience to all the respective customers. In the market, all the industries (health insurance, banking, utilities, telecommunication etc.) are using Quadient products. We are using different Quadient products such as Inspire Designer, Inspire Interactive, Inspire Scaler, Inspire Automation, and Inspire Content Manager for document composition.

KN
Manager of Variable Data Technology at Amsive
2021-10-29T20:38:00Z
29 October 21

We are using Inspire Designer, Inspire Content Manager (ICM), and Scaler to produce both on-demand previews and production print files. We are using the same set of templates stored in ICM that we also use for production. This streamlines the number of templates we are producing and ensures that when a customer sees a web preview it will be the same when printed. The versioning in ICM also helps when we are asked to go back to a previous version of a template. Scaler has given us the ability to build workflows that can be used repeatedly.

Kellie Godwin - PeerSpot reviewer
GMC Inspire Programmer at PCI Group
Real User
Top 20Leaderboard
2020-11-06T16:46:00Z
06 November 20

We primarily use this product for high-speed variable printing of letters, statements, etc. I have also used Inspire for direct mail marketing pieces. The previous company I was with was using DesignMerge with Adobe InDesign, and moving to Inspire was the best move because it opened so many doors and possibilities. It also worked more seamlessly than DesignMerge. With the volume we were working with, DesignMerge just wasn't robust enough. It would get bogged down and process far too slowly. Inspire is fast, reliable, and pretty unlimited in what you can do.

David Adams A1SP - PeerSpot reviewer
Digital Print Programmer at A1 Security Print
Real User
2020-07-30T13:03:00Z
30 July 20

We are a Security Print business producing the world’s most important documentation for a wide variety of different clients who require input and output in numerous formats and volumes. This often involves spreadsheets and text file sources or captures from documents such as PDFs. From there we use Quadient to manipulate these records in any number of ways to fulfill the clients' requirements to produce numerous types of documents that contain all sorts of programmed security features. The capabilities of Quadient allow for us to create inline packing manifests and labels for despatch not only mainly in the UK but also around the world.

reviewer993621 - PeerSpot reviewer
User at a marketing services firm with 51-200 employees
Real User
Leaderboard
2019-11-04T08:18:00Z
04 November 19

We use Inspire Designer for Data processing and Document composition. We are currently developing our workflows to operate on an automated basis by using Command Line in batch files to call workflows and pass data in and out of the Designer to other applications.

Bob Karpel - PeerSpot reviewer
Programming Specialist at Quad/Graphics
Real User
Leaderboard
2019-08-06T14:21:00Z
06 August 19

I use Quadient Inspire Designer on a daily basis for complex variable document composition and data manipulation. I output primarily to IJPDS, PostScript, and PDF.

ferenc.zsibrek - PeerSpot reviewer
PSO Consultant at Evrofin
Real User
2019-05-15T08:15:00Z
15 May 19

This solution is one that I use when working as a consultant or developer for the software users.

Tomaž Juvančič - PeerSpot reviewer
Consultant at Tomaž Juvančič s.p.
Consultant
Leaderboard
2019-05-05T18:41:00Z
05 May 19

I am an independent consultant, serving companies in the region with Quadient Inspire. I have performed many migrations of document workflows for banks, insurance companies, Telcos, and PSPs.

2019-04-05T11:39:00Z
05 April 19

We primarily use the Inspire suite for the production of print reporting for clients. Our primary fund management system produces XMLs of client data which is then manipulated and formatted for presentation.

Bob Karpel - PeerSpot reviewer
Programming Specialist at Quad/Graphics
Real User
Leaderboard
2019-03-26T12:38:00Z
26 March 19

From data manipulation to page layout. This is truly a single solution for us. The tools included are more than capable of handling even our most complex versioning.

2019-03-20T14:04:00Z
20 March 19

* Consolidating our many letters * Offering paperless communication.

PeerSpot user
Data and Laser Executive at a marketing services firm
Real User
Leaderboard
2019-02-22T10:53:00Z
22 February 19

We are a direct mail business producing advertising and marketing materials for a wide variety of different clients who require input and output in numerous formats and volumes. This often involves spreadsheets and text file sources or captures from documents such as PDFs. From there we may manipulate these records in any number of ways to fulfill the clients' requirements to produce leaflets, postcards, letters, invoices, statements, labels, flyers, etc., for despatch not only mainly in the UK but also around the world.

David Nixon - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Technical Consultant at Customer Centrics International
Consultant
Leaderboard
2019-01-16T21:38:00Z
16 January 19

* Replacing nine legacy composition tools with a single tool * Streamlining customer solutions and enhancing customer's channel options * Creating highly personalised communications.

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Senior Technical Consultant at Customer Centrics International
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The licensing and setup costs historically have been a roadblock, but there have been improvements on this over the years as things move into the cloud. The cost vs benefits argument often leads businesses to go with the 'cheaper' option that ends in buyer's remorse.
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Data and Laser Executive at a marketing services firm
22 February 19
I am not privy to the costing and licensing details, but I have been made aware that due to the vastly improved performance and efficiency compared to previous methods, the product would effectively have returned its investment in a very short time and that the management of the business was delighted with it thus far.