About Catalog’nTime

Catalog’nTime by Lockside Software is a cloud-based catalog automation system that helps businesses automatically transform product data into layouts and groups in Adobe InDesign and Quark Xpress. The platform enables users to transfer designs into product-style templates and replicate them later.

Primary features of Catalog’nTime include a multi-user CMS database, templates, master data management, digital asset management and more. The solution saves edits done on one document and applies them to the affected portal or media such as websites, brochures or catalog.

The platform comes with hand-crafted automated catalogs that lets users customize the catalog based on branding and target audience. Pricing of Catalog’nTime is based on ...


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January 2014

Jill from Robinsons Country Leisure

Time Used: Free Trial

Review Source: Capterra


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4.0

Customer support

5.0

January 2014

Review by Robinsons Country Leisure

Implementing Catalog'nTime has enabled us to streamline our catalogue production, saving the business both time and money. Producing a catalogue used to be incredibly labour-intensive for our small team and data accuracy was a big issue. Now though, I'm pleased to say, our turnaround time has been reduced from 4 months to approximately 8 weeks and our data accuracy has greatly improved, which has meant less time proof reading. Although the system has drastically changed the way we work, it hasn't imposed any major creative restrictions and Lockside have always been incredibly supportive.

Response from Lockside Software

Replied January 2014

Thank you Jill for the review. I suppose the real test is whether you could contemplate going back to the old way, which is most certain to be out of the question. Apart from other considerations, there would be insufficient resources not forgetting all the additional web based jobs that marketing departments everywhere have had to take on.