Output Management

Distributed output management is defined by Gartner as middleware that drives the output process and supports the automated creation and delivery of business process and ad hoc documents. Middleware is software that is bridging between different software applications in terms of data formats, languages, communication protocols, etc. Our APS partners network can provide you with a series of solutions that will enable your company to reliably, efficiently and cost effectively manage and deliver business-critical information from virtually any source to everything from printers and faxes to e-mail, Web, or file destinations.

BENFITS

Efficiency, integration, reliability, cost effectiveness

Megaform/ Formport IPDS WELP

  • 1
  • 1
Barcode printing

Barcode printing

Managing assets, controlling distribution, or tracking documents - barcode printing streamlines processes and should be easy to use and print.

If you need to keep track of stock, assets or documents, then barcode systems will improve the efficiency of your workflow.

The use of barcode technology helps companies to increase the automation of their data collection processes thus maintaining data integrity as well as increasing office efficiency.
Output Management
Managing output efficiently

Delivering internal and external documents to the right destination efficiently and quickly can be critical to certain business processes.

Where there are distribution rules, adherence often depends overly on correct user handling, or compliance to complicated procedures built around inflexible applications. A further challenge lies in printing to different buildings, different plants, or even different countries: users often cannot know when the printer they need is off-line, jammed, out of toner or just swamped with other print jobs. Apart from the impact on employees’ productivity, this lack of a comprehensive view of your print infrastructure can also tie up support people and make suboptimal use of supplies.

Harnessing the full potential of your printing infrastructure means mastering the complex interaction of regular and irregular print loads, originating from various platforms and applications, and overcoming equipment limitations and failures. Your local APS Partner can control print streams to ensure quick and efficient printing, and at the same time help you get more out of your printing assets.

Please contact your local partner for success stories around Europe