SAi’s sign design elements available to Flexi users

All Flexi users can access images, graphics, and templates

SAi's Sign Design Elements online assets library is now available to all Flexi users

SA International (SAi), a provider of design software solutions for the signmaking, digital printing, textile, and CNC machining industries, has announced that its popular Sign Design Elements online assets library will now be available to all users of the company’s flagship Flexi signmaking software.

The extensive library, comprising a continually expanding collection of downloadable images, graphics, and templates for sign & display users, was previously only available as an add-on feature to SAi’s subscription-based customers.

Via its ongoing partnership with Ingram Publishing, providers of the assets library, Flexi users can access over 10 million different graphics, including high-resolution images, logos, fonts, cut-ready vector illustrations, vehicle outlines and wraps, and metallic-ready files.

There are over 25,000 templates alone for global car and truck makes and models. Additionally, users are now able to conveniently access Sign Design Elements through the Flexi software application. This removes the need to open a separate browser, saving time for customers.

We introduced Sign Design Elements three years ago, to provide an easy-to-access stock of useful assets that sign & display users can download for inclusion across a full gamut of graphic applications,” comments Annette Plummer, vice-president of Marketing, SAi. “Since its launch, the library has already expanded from six to over ten million individual files.

The time saved through the new Sign Design Elements extension adds huge value to our software, making life easier for customers in what was previously a somewhat laborious process,” adds Plummer.

We are delighted to continue our partnership with the world’s foremost sign software provider; Flexi print and cut software integrated with Sign Design Elements creative stock images is a perfect combination,” says Louis Ingram, CEO and founder, Ingram Publishing. “We’ve added a great deal more downloadable content since the initial partnership a few years ago, with 100,000 new high-resolution assets being uploaded to the library on a monthly basis.”

All Flexi users can take advantage of five free-of-charge Sign Design Elements downloads, with new product tiers available for those needing additional assets.

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