We've got a building full of technology experts who love to share their knowledge. So, to stop them bothering passers-by, we built this resources hub as a place to share what they know with the rest of the world.
Take a look at our collection of videos including case studies and customer interviews, recordings of our past webinars, demo screencasts and informative overviews of our product and modules.
We love videos so if there’s one you’d like to see here, just drop us a line and let us know!
Looking for some inspiration? Check out our case studies and find out how other companies like yours have implemented Tharstern, how they're using it and what hardware or software they've integrated with.
6 of our most frequently asked questions with links to relevant support or pages.
For a basic 5 user Tharstern System with the core modules, it starts at around £12,000 / $16,000 / $22,000 Australian dollars. But, some of our large customers have systems that cost hundreds of thousands based on a large number of users and all the bells and whistles that have also been added.
No, although there are some elements of the software that are browser based, for example, our CRM app. Also, the data capture modules to track jobs across the shop floor.
Tharstern is sold in the UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa.
Yes absolutely! We have many small print customers who have chosen Tharstern because they know they won’t have to migrate to a different MIS when they grow.
The majority of our employees are from a print background. The remainder are mainly from a technical background and then we have lots of support staff too. You can check out our meet the team page to find out more about our staff as they discuss their role at Tharstern and their previous experience in the industry!
The Knowledgebase is a standalone website which contains troubleshooting articles, how-to user guides, Primo version release notes and video tutorials to help our users make the most of their MIS.
We've launched the site with answers to the most commonly asked support questions, as well as a collection of best practice guides.
The site also contains a forum for users to have discussions amongst themselves.