Join us for our monthly LunchNLearn webinar on February 22nd featuring special guest Jon Budington.
For many, if not most, print businesses, software is the backbone of their business, whether it’s an off-the-shelf solution or a homegrown software system. However, very few printing companies have actually been considered. sale their home made software. One of his companies that has is More Vang. Founded in 1979 as Global Printing, the company has expanded well beyond print over the decades, and in the early 2010s began developing its own software for clients. Banjo evolved over the years before launching Banjo, a workflow management tool developed to help customers automate their direct mail, including commerce, inventory management, print marketing, and more. It accounts for a quarter of Vang’s annual revenue and accounts for 70% of its 2022 growth rate. Another software product, Mythos, has grown 400% in the last two years alone and is on track to double. this year too. More Vang now sees itself as a software company, not a printing company.
How do printers start developing and even selling their own software solutions? Join WhatTheyThink’s LunchNLearn webinar on Wednesday, February 22nd at 1:00 PM ET. As a special guest, Jon Budington, his CEO of More Vang, will discuss his journey into software development and discuss “8 things he should consider if you want to build software.”
In this webinar you will learn:
- What are the benefits of developing and selling software?
- We encourage you to develop a type of software printing business.
- How to start the process of software development.
- How to work with clients to understand software demand and market.
- How to recruit staff to support software development.
Sponsored by Canon Solutions America and OneVision Software, “If You Build Software, Will They Come?” is the latest in WhatTheyThink’s monthly 30-minute LunchNLearn webinar series.
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