PRIMAC Unveils Revision 12 of Its Information Management Software
Friday, August 09, 2002
Company’s New Version of its leading print management solution addresses many industry needs August 8, 2002 – Dallas, TX – VERCOM Software, Inc. today announced that its subsidiary, PRIMAC Systems, Inc., a leader in information management tools for the graphic arts industry, has unveiled Revision 12 of its industry leading information management software. The updated platform is currently available for purchase and will be demonstrated at the upcoming LabelExpo show in September of this year. In order to view PRIMAC’s Flash demonstration of the highlights and features of Revision 12 email Michael Cooke, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 972-661-9336 ext. 345. PRIMAC’s turnkey software package has been revised to incorporate many of the features requested by its users and also to address key areas that other information management platforms do not. These are just some of the new features in Revision 12: E-MAIL/REPORTS: - All reports may be e-mailed. - Forms may be e-mailed; including Purchase Orders, Invoices, and Statements. - Export of data from reports to other applications has been greatly simplified. FINANCIAL: - Ability to select report/inquiry criteria on more detailed level is provided. - Additional detailed reporting for invoice aging and transaction history. INVENTORY CONTROL: - Inventory transactions can be tracked by fiscal period. - Inventory products can now be transferred between plants and divisions. - Detail Inquiry functionality includes inquiry capability at every level: Product Inquiry, Serial Inquiry, Receipt Inquiry, Shipment History Inquiry and Transaction History Inquiry. "PRIMAC’s Revision 12 incorporates new features that our users requested while still maintaining the unique flexibility for which PRIMAC is known and recognized," commented Ziad Yamout, COO. "In particular, the inventory control features of Revision 12 are very attractive to multi-plant customers who need clean, fast, and simple ways to move inventory items between plants and with system capability to accurately track such movement and adjust inventories accordingly. Additionally, Revision 12 allows users to post inventory transactions to the current fiscal period, and into two forward fiscal periods. This ensures that all financial transactions are posted to the correct period, and all work related to the printing business can continue without interruption or hold-up during month-end and year-end financial closing," continues Ziad. Ziad concluded, "The features in this release are extremely successful at improving efficiency and ease in handling clerical functions and reducing our PRIMAC user’s cost of serving their customers. We know that Revision 12 will bring a positive response from our current user base. This release continues to set PRIMAC apart from other software systems for the printing industry. Our customization capabilities and unique features are our greatest strengths. PRIMAC’s Revision 12 is based upon a full Graphical User Interface. Revision 12 runs in an NT or UNIX client/server environment on an IBM relational database. This makes the PRIMAC application very efficient, easily scalable and secure across any client/server environment. Visit PRIMAC at this year’s LabelExpo in booth number 6324 and also at GraphExpo in booth number 4258. About PRIMAC Systems, Inc. PRIMAC Systems, Inc. is a leader in turnkey business management systems for the graphic arts industry. The Company’s cost-effective and customizable solutions are designed to minimize implementation efforts and improve efficiency and, as a direct result, improve the customer’s bottom line. PRIMAC’s applications enhance the processes and flow of information across the end-to-end business cycle of its customers, their end-users and suppliers. The consistent reliability and quality of PRIMAC products meet and exceed current industry standards. PRIMAC is committed to addressing the customer’s current needs, while allowing for future growth by empowering the customer to determine the uses and limitations of its solutions, not the product.