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Onpoint On Demand and Enterprise Print Management Systems integrate

Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Portsmouth, NH – Onpoint On Demand, a leading provider of print on demand (POD) supply chain management solutions and Enterprise Print Management Solutions, a leading MIS solutions provider for printing companies, announced the integration of their technologies, Onpoint Symbio and Enterprise 32. The integration allows the seamless flow of a print job through a printer’s facility from order entry through fulfillment.

Onpoint Symbio is a POD manufacturing automation system which reduces manual and repetitive steps throughout the production process. Symbio allows printers to create repeatable, automated workflows leading to increased speed and profitability.

“Our goal is to enable print service providers with tightly-integrated solutions that reduce operational costs, increase production capacity, and create competitive advantage, said Gary Noseworthy, CEO of Onpoint On Demand. “Service providers engaged in POD, must be fully-automated if they are to be profitable, and this integration allows printers to leverage efficiencies in job management along with automated manufacturing capability.”

Enterprise 32 is a full-featured print MIS platform which provides the tools to access, understand, and evaluate all the jobs that pass through a print plant.

“For a Symbio and EPMS user the EPMS JDFConnect module will allow them to send a job from the Enterprise MIS system directly over to Symbio without having to rekey job ticket data,” said Carol Andersen, Chairman of EPMS. “The integration reduces touches and enhances lean manufacturing, a best practice for any commercial printer.”




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