Quadient Inspire: One solution to rule them all
Bob Karpel | TrustRadius Reviewer
Updated November 26, 2018

Quadient Inspire: One solution to rule them all

Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Quadient Inspire

I have been using Quadient Inspire on a daily basis (for many years) for data manipulation and document composition. So far it has been able to handle every scenario, no matter how complex, and yet is quick and easy enough to also use for simple assignments. This versatility makes Inspire Designer a true 'one size fits all' solution.
  • The ability to set up complex universal templates to handle frequently repeated tasks is a real time saver.
  • Reading in data files and performing many layers of computations and formatting in a single pass helps to minimize touch points, which in turn minimizes human error.
  • Is there a useful output format that is not supported? I haven't come across a need yet that cannot be met.
  • One shortcoming would have to be in the documentation, which is impressive, yet... since the scripting language used is proprietary, a more concise and comprehensive explanation of all the available commands (including syntax and examples) would be helpful.
  • Inspire Designer makes my job easier. It's that simple.
I have been using this solution since the beginning... and before that I used the previous incarnation... from Printnet 3, to Printnet T, to GMC Inspire Designer, to Quadient Inspire. One of the best things about this solution is that they are constantly evolving, which allows us to continue to evolve.
From multiple data inputs to multiple data and / or document outputs, no matter how many steps are required in between, Inspire Designer has been up to the task. The learning curve is not difficult, and yet, the learning never ends. I am constantly finding new ways to utilize this set of tools to accomplish tasks that previously were handled with other tools.