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PrintJob Launches Qprint, Entry Level Print Ordering System for Buyers

Friday, December 06, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

London UK - Print Buyers can now benefit from online ordering for as little as 75 Euros (USD$75.00) per product setup and 1 Euro (USD$1.00) per order. With Qprint, PrintJob aims to undercut and outperform other similar services currently available. "We don't expect to change the world", says Jonathan Huntley, Business Manager at PrintJob, "but we're offering tools which will help improve the way people order their print, at zero-risk prices". Qprint offers buyers complete control over their order management, incorporating online editing, job approval and job tracking. The systems are branded to allow for seamless integration with existing websites. The service is available to printers or brokers at the same rates. Employees can then logon, edit, proof, order, review, track and reorder printjobs for themselves. It's a simple to use and controlled solution that expands the software company's growing solutions portfolio. Qprint allows buyers to control and manage orders using suppliers of their own choosing. At any time customers can upgrade to a full print management solution which can be self hosted and self maintained. Full Systems can incorporate stock control, pricing, data asset libraries, reports, system messaging, and custom job management. As front end internet based solutions, these systems are intended to fit comfortably with MIS and CtP technologies among the growing number of supply chain 'automators'. More information on Qprint is available at www.printjob.com/qprint/




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