No two publishers are exactly the same! Typefi’s flexible platform can be adapted to almost any publishing environment, and we work closely with every customer to ensure they achieve the best results for their business.
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons began using Typefi Cloud in 2014 to produce content in well-formed BITS XML, reducing production time for complex medical textbooks while increasing accuracy.
Apa Publications, publisher of Insight Guides and Berlitz travel guides, reduced production time for 400+ visually rich print titles by 50%, improved design consistency, and now publishes e-books in-house.
International surfwear giant Billabong implemented Typefi for catalogue production in 2009, significantly reducing errors in published product information whilst halving production time.
Australian steel manufacturer BlueScope Lysaght decreased production time for regional price-books by 60%—and saved 70% in production costs—by integrating its central product database with Typefi.
Independent academic publisher IGI Global tripled publishing output within three years of implementing Typefi and Inera eXtyles, eliminated outsourcing, and now offers print-on-demand educational content.
The Overseas Development Institute, a UK-based think-tank with an extensive publishing program, utilised Typefi Desktop for organisation-wide design consistency and cost-effective automated multi-format publishing.
Japanese document solutions company PMC uses Typefi Workgroup to rapidly publish instruction manuals for its manufacturing clients—including Pioneer and Makita—in multiple languages.
Vehicle accessories manufacturer Rhino-Rack reduced production time for its Comprehensive Fit Guides by 75% and decreased publishing errors by integrating Typefi Desktop with a centralised product database.
Independent Australian academic publisher The Federation Press doubled production capacity, increased aesthetic value, eliminated manual typesetting, and reduced publishing errors with Typefi.
Professional development provider The Institutes dramatically increased output from four new products per year to 80 within five years of implementing Typefi alongside a Content Management System (CMS).
Garage door manufacturer Wayne Dalton slashed production time by 80% for more than 1600 complex product installation guides with Typefi, and significantly reduced publishing production costs.