Digital technology is becoming ever more present in modern business and Pak2000 are joining the party with the completion of an exciting new project. Working alongside Webpac, Pak2000 have created a full 3D catalog for their luxury bags and boxes. Using Webpac’s own PackStudio3D™ software, they have their customers in mind with this project. PackStudio3D software permits a level of user experience which is unprecedented amongst traditional digital catalogs, cutting costs and saving time while remaining user-friendly.
PackStudio3D is a solution for visualizing product concepts and for rapid prototyping. It generates a full 3D rendering of products and allows full customization within seconds, reducing the time and cost typically associated with creating physical prototypes. This software is ideal for marketing products to potential clients or for face to face sales as it enables an optimized and flexible pitch, giving the customer as much of an advantage as possible with a client.
With this in mind, PackStudio3D is designed to be as user-friendly as possible. Featuring intuitive controls, the user can render their very own 3D models quickly and easily, with full control over a wide range of colors and materials. Customers can upload their own logo and artwork and see the finished 3D product rendered in photo realistic quality. What’s more, the solution does not require any 3D software and is compatible with any browser, including on mobiles and tablet. All the user needs is access to the internet to start creating their own customized products via the Pak2000 portal on webpackaging.com. The software is even available offline to Pak2000 representatives through iSalesToolkit™. This is perfect for any sales pitch where a strong internet connection may not be guaranteed.
Pak2000 is always looking for new ways to provide the best possible service for its clients and the 3D catalog constitutes a significant improvement in this regard. In the world of luxury packaging, image is everything. Having the ability to visualize designs quickly and easily is imperative in order to create a smooth journey from design to end product. With the 3D catalog the user is granted freedom to experiment with their designs which previously would have only been achieved by creating physical samples.
3D catalogs are a perfect example of how new technologies can be used to revolutionize existing services in the packaging industry. While normally requiring specialist 3D software, PackStudio3D is available to anyone with a browser, bridging the gap between customer and design. With all the benefits that this new technology brings with it, Pak2000 are one of the first companies to join the revolution.
RPC Superfos integrates customer, product, and market knowledge with Webpac's Packbase solution
As one of the world’s leading plastic packaging companies with 2,300 employees in more than 35 countries, RPC Superfos understands the importance of having good customer and product information. RPC Superfos decided to centralize their customer and product knowledge under a single system. The system chosen for the job was Packbase™ from Webpac Digital Media Group.
Webpackaging launches Food issue 4
Food by Webpackaging was the first digital publication of its kind for professionals in the food and beverage industry, with a focus on packaging. The digital publications offered by Webpackaging go beyond mere printed materials or two-dimensional paper ads to provide an immersive and interactive reading experience.
Webpackaging launches Pharma issue 6
Pharma by Webpackaging was the first digital publication of its kind for professionals in the pharmaceutical industry, with a focus on packaging. The digital publications offered by Webpackaging go beyond mere printed materials or two-dimensional paper ads to provide an immersive and interactive reading experience.
Webpackaging launches Beauty issue 7
In this, the 7th issue of Beauty by Webpackaging, we take a look at a number of trends and issues relevant to the beauty and personal care packaging spaces. How a product is received and how it is accepted by consumers has a LOT to do with its packaging, so make sure to read up on the latest releases, newest technologies, and the vast array of solutions available to brands today.
Webpackaging to sponsor Turbo Talks at upcoming Luxe Pack Shanghai 2017 event
In 2016, Webpackaging was offered the privilege of hosting the Turbo Talks forum, part of Luxe Pack Shanghai's offering of providing interesting discussions at their yearly event. This year, Turbo Talks will once again take place at the show , with Ms. Wen Hua (Sophie) Tu representing Webpac and leading the discussions.
Webpac launches web site and digital catalog for SPC Plastics
Webpac has launched a new web site and digital catalog for asian beauty packaging manufacturer SPC Plastics. The web site was designed and built by Webpac and the products photographed directly at Webpac Digital Studios. The site gives customers a clean and easy access web site that is optimized for mobile browsing as well as browsing on a bigger screen.
iSalesToolkit at Interpack 2017
iSalesToolkit, the sales empowerment solution from Webpac Digital Media Group, will make several appearances at Interpack in May 2017. Top packaging companies are using iSalesToolkit to show product and service information as well as capture requests from potential customers..
RPC Group renews its iSalesToolkit license & Webpackaging membership for 2 years
During the last few years, RPC Group has been acquiring packaging companies at a rapid pace and along with them building a major salesforce. RPC has implemented Webpac's iSalesToolkit software to help empower this team with offline sales tools on-the-go as well as lead management to facilitate cross-sector selling.
GCC Packaging launches new web site built by Webpac, successfully integrating its WordPress blog
In January 2017, GCC Packaging successfully launched a new brand concept developed by Webpac. The re-branding transformed the company's image from Grace Cosmetics to that of a new, more contemporary, one-stop packaging service provider - GCC Packaging Group.
Webpackaging more than doubles number of visitors in 12 months
Webpackaging.com continues to grow, with over 40.000 visitors to the website in the month of January. This is more than twice the visits Webpackaging.com was getting in a comparable period the previous year. This trend continues week by week, with Webpackaging continuously reaching an ever-bigger audience.
Smarter selling and sourcing solutions company Webpac launches new web site
Webpac has launched its new web site www.webpac.com so companies can get ideas as to how they can drive growth and efficiency through smarter digital selling and sourcing solutions. Webpac has been delivering solutions globally since 1996 to the $800 billion packaging sector and beyond.
Webpac donates hardware to local educational organization
A common thread that runs through Webpac is a passion for technology. We want to pass this passion on to the next generations and make sure they also understand the ever-evolving technologies around them. With that philosophy in mind, Webpac has donated ten computers to a local organization dedicated to teaching programming and other IT skills.
Italian packaging manufacturer Giflor enhances its web site with PackStudio3D
Italian packaging manufacturer Giflor are one of the first closure companies in the world to enhance their web site with 3D technology that allows customers to interact with and decorate their closures directly through a web browser.
- Edward Rees
- Company News -> Webpac Content
- Created 31 AUG 2017
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