Sending a print job to the chosen output device is the simple and straightforward part of the print workflow. The complex task is controlling the output and directing it in such a way that the team, department or company make optimal use of all available printers, thus ensuring productive and cost efficient processes.
- You cannot afford to have your staff wasting time on different digital front ends but need to unify prepress operations.
- You have to monitor and control the job flow, ensure that output devices are used to capacity and print jobs produced in the shortest time at the lowest cost.
- You need to avoid your employees printing their documents more than necessary.
- It is essential that you establish viable, secure printing procedures for centrally installed output devices.
Essential tool to optimise print output.
Essential tool to optimise workflow automation.
Adaptation to any printing environment
Centralised print control for maximised productivity
Follow-me printing takes user convenience and security aspects to a new level.
Server-based accounting software with quote management and versatile cost-recovery features.
Making the business visible to new customer groups.
Optimised and automated output for the production market
Complete print management in a single solution
Unified print room management
A unified DFE avoids having to adopt new operation procedures for every new printer or controller, reducing errors and misprints and increasing speed and throughput
Print policies and rules
Facilitates the usage of all available output devices to capacity, reducing printing costs and helping to change users’ attitudes to printing
Product-based job processing
Releases print room operators from repetitive tasks, reduces errors and misprints, and increases the overall efficiency of the print room
Print queue management
Enables the central management of print properties and their deployment to users’ workstations, ensuring completely secure printing while maintaining the convenience of simply printing and picking up the job