Press Release : Dolphin Worxs celebrates 21 years of global footprint in July with product giveaways and discounts.

Way back in 1994, a young man had an idea.

He was working at a printing company, whilst completing his University studies. And he thought to himself, there has got to be a better way to do print quoting.

So he created it, a windows based costing program, written for printing, from inside the printing industry. It was Dolphin, and the man was Tobie van Dyk

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Dolphinworxs’ placed for the future

Our CEO Stephanie Gaddin has been launched into the global arena!  Her predictions for Print in 2015 were quoted in one of the top global resources to the Print and Integrated Marketing Service community.


Steph was interviewed by Deborah Corn, Principal and Chief Blogger for Print Media CentrTM, host of The PrinterverseTM   and #PrintChat and founder of the largest print group on LinkedIn, Print Production Professionals. Steph is honoured to have her views listed amongst those of key people in the global Print and Marketing industry including Senior Editors, Marketing Directors, Social Media Guru’s and even a Chief Arborist, and an Evangelist.

What’s most exciting is the bright future for Print MIS systems like Dolphinworxs in assisting the Print industry to prosper and grow.

In fact, Steph states that the already strong market for software products in printing is a good indicator that the Print industry is not dying.

Dolphinworxs has positioned itself well for the future.

You can read the full Article on PMC here : Innovation, Personalization And The Cloud + More Predictions For Print In 2015

Don’t participate in other people’s drama

AngryLadyWe’ve all been there, regardless of whether you’re a plumber, an admin assistant, a project manager, a developer, or a printer;  no matter how hard we try , there are always small ( and sometimes not so small) issues that crop up at the last minute that have to be dealt with.

Sometimes it’s a supplier not having the parts ready. Sometimes it’s critical project members not showing up for a long planned meeting because of illness.

Occasionally however, it’s something a little more than bad luck. Over the years I’ve had the misfortune several times of being placed in horribly stressful situations because of people that deliberately waited until the last minute to place something seemingly urgent, with a massively critical deadline on my desk.

It absolutely had  to have a decision right that second.

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