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Aleyant's automated print software solutions create a solid foundation for growing your print business (and customer count) by automating daily print processes such as ordering, pricing, file correction, production, customer service and more.  

Our automation print software reduces manual touches, errors and production time for your print shop. With it, you can connect online design to B2C and B2B online print stores. Connect your print store to estimating, production management and to customer service and prepress automation. You can use Aleyant software products separately, together or with over 1500 third-party apps via direct API or Zapier. Start Automating Your Success today at aleyant.com.

Aleyant’s flagship web-to-print software, Pressero®, is a highly customizable retail and business-to-business storefront interface and has launched many of its clients into the exciting world of Internet-based print sales. Aleyant also offers a web-based online design and variable data publishing (VDP) system, eDocBuilder™, as a separate product, as well as Aleyant tFLOW, is an affordable yet powerful digital workflow automation and customer service solution for commercial, large format, label, and specialty graphics. tFLOW simplifies difficult file management tasks and processes to optimize efficiency and production throughput. Aleyant PrintJobManager™ is a cloud-based print job manager solution that quickly generates estimates and market-driven pricing, provides job management, raw material, inventory tracking and planning across a wide variety of print production technologies and applications. It includes a Zapier account for connectivity to over 1500 apps.

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MIGU Updates Fulfillment Services Infrastructure with an Aleyant Pressero Implementation that Took Weeks, Not Months 

MIGU, founded in 1988 and located in Warminster PA, is a woman-owned commercial print operation offering print, promotion and fulfillment services with 22 employees generating about $5 million in annual revenues. The company produces a wide range of applications from business cards and direct mail to high-page-count catalogs with its offset and digital printing capabilities,…

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George Mason University Leverages Aleyant Pressero for Increased Efficiency

George Mason University is Virginia’s largest public research university. Founded in 1972 on Virginia’s strong ideals of academic excellence and service, the University operates with a motto of Freedom and Learning, priding itself on a thriving, innovative and inclusive academic community. Its locations serve more than 39,000 students with nearly 10,000 faculty and staff. The…


New Case Study: On-Demand Printing Company Experiences Business Growth with Help From Pressero

This Boston-based digital on-demand printing company was founded two decades ago and also offers scanning and mailing services. According to its Production Manager, the company had implemented a web-to-print solution in an effort to gain increased market visibility and to offer online ordering to its customers. “Previously, we were an offset printer,” the Production Manager…


Case Study: Southern State University Reinvents Its In-Plant Print Shop with Aleyant Pressero Web-to-Print

This southern state university is home to nearly 20,000 students and almost 1,200 instructional staff. It offers a wide variety of study areas, including trade skills, to serve a diverse student body through both in-person and online learning. The university has had an in-plant print shop for more than 40 years which was largely operating…


Lakes Printers Gains Workflow Efficiencies with Aleyant Pressero and PrintJobManager

Lakes Printers, located on the Central Coast of NSW Australia, is a family owned and operated business that has been in operation for more than 80 years. Traditionally an offset printer, the company has expanded to offer digital and wide format printing as well with a staff of 15 to 20. According to Aidan Vaughn,…

Mimeo.com Case Study


Mimeo.com Mimeo was founded in 1998 by Internet entrepreneurs to address the complex business document printing needs of organizations, particularly those with mobile workers and distributed organizations. Mimeo uses the eDocBuilder variable data publishing engine that is available in Pressero. Download the Mimeo.com case study

DigiCOPY Case Study


DigiCOPY DigiCOPY was founded in July 2000 with the opening of facilities in Eau Claire and Stevens Point, Wisconsin. The company quickly laid a foundation for growth and development as it added a third location in Wausau just a year later. Today, DigiCOPY has grown to nearly 100 co-workers in 14 locations (seven of which…

University of Wisconsin Parkside Case Study

University of Wisconsin Parkside

University of Wisconsin Parkside Since 1968, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside has been enriching minds and changing lives of those who attend. One of 13 four-year institutions within the University of Wisconsin System, Parkside has a student population of more than 4,500 served by more than 250 faculty members. Its Creative Services Department, which reports to…

Printer Case Study

Australian Commercial Printer

Australian Commercial Printer A mid-sized Australian commercial printer, this company offers offset, digital and wide format printing as well as a full suite of finishing solutions. With printing, finishing and distribution in one facility, it is able to meet the tightest of deadlines with its talented staff of 55. The company chose Pressero from Aleyant…

Santa Sent Me A Letter Case Study


SantaSentMeALetter.com In 2006, entrepreneurs New Jersey Kelly Easterling and Preston Hunt were feeling in the Christmas spirit when they decided to start a business aimed at helping Santa communicate personally with children. As volumes continued to grow, they began looking for a more automated way to manage and process the growing number of orders they…