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PrinterPresence Announces Key Features of Version 3.0

Thursday, July 25, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

LINCOLN, Neb. - PrinterPresence recently released an upgrade to its Web site product for the printing industry. The upgrade to PrinterPresence 3.0, which requires no action or additional cost from current users, gives greater flexibility and options to both site administrators and their customers. Among the new features for administrators are expanded access control to the site updates area and tools to search and sort customer orders and estimates. The Customer Portals have undergone numerous upgrades to benefit both the customer and the printshop owner. The administrator can now track customer activity with portal user profiles and new tools to create form templates. Customers will notice a new file transfer screen with a status bar to update the progress of an upload. Some of the key features of PrinterPresence 3.0 are: - Advanced Multi-level Access to the Administrative Area - Form Templates - Enhanced Customer Portal User Profiles - Autofill Forms Based on User Profiles - File Transfer Status Screen - Multiple File Upload Buttons per Form - File Transfer from Any Form - Searchable and Sortable Customer Activity Archives - Streamlined Hide/Show Functionality for List Items The standard PrinterPresence product comes ready to launch with professional design, photographs, content and resources researched specifically for the printing industry. Once the site is activated within ten business days, print shops can update the site anytime from any computer with Internet access. For further product and pricing information call 888-388-5778 or visit www.printerpresence.com.

 

 

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