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Colour now available with Oce Engineering Exec 3.3

Tuesday, September 30, 2003

Press release from the issuing company

Venlo, the Netherlands, 29 September 2003—Oce Engineering Exec version 3.3 extends its document archiving and print management solution with colour, next generation web-clients and Japanese support. This release helps more customers do more business with less hassle and more profit. The world of enterprise-wide document archiving, printing and distribution sometimes seems difficult to implement and afford, but not anymore. It's a colourful world—combining Océ Engineering Exec and the Océ TCS400 The Océ TCS400 colour printing system joins the Océ Print Exec Pro arsenal of supported printers. CAD and GIS users can now exploit the networked, distributed print management capabilities that have been a hallmark of Océ Engineering Exec. Print from your desktop or from an Océ Doc Exec Pro archive with the effectiveness and productivity you've come to expect from Océ—extremely easy! It's a bigger world—introducing the first Océ software solution for Japan This release marks Océ's premier entry into the software solutions arena in Japan and strengthens Océ's commitment to this strategic market. Océ Engineering Exec 3.3 is localised and fine-tuned for the Japanese corporate environment. At last, old, closed and stale software solutions can be replaced with this highly configurable, open solutions platform from Océ. Japanese customers can now exploit the same corporate information backbone that Océ Engineering Exec customers around the world have come to depend on for collecting, organising and delivering all of their technical documentation on demand, 7x24, anywhere across the enterprise. It's a sharply focused world—streamlining the solution, delivering more value The solution set offered by Océ Engineering Exec is wide and rich with choice. With so many possibilities to choose from, it can, on occasion, appear daunting. Version 3.3 simplifies the menu and increases the value of the remaining modules. The Océ Doc Exec line has been coalesced into a single offering: Océ Doc Exec Pro that blends the best elements of the entire line into a single stronger offering. We've eliminated much of the confusion regarding upgrades, downgrades and everything in between to ensure that you receive the right solution, the best solution every time. It's a changing world—adding new technology keeping you up to date Technology changes rapidly but Océ Engineering Exec helps you keep the pace without obsoleting your investment. This release introduces a variety of new technologies that improve the fit and flexibility of these tools in your business environment. New XML / XSL web clients give you the customisability and flexibility to make it look like your own. Microsoft .Net Framework lays the foundation for futureproofing your system with latest in Microsoft technology. Unicode support means we can speak your language. You can even print documents archived in Océ Doc Exec Pro directly from Océ Print Exec Workgroup. Document archiving and output management solutions Océ Engineering Exec is an integrated suite of applications that addresses document distribution, printing and archiving in the enterprise. Océ Print Exec Pro is a networked, distributed system that manages all aspects of print job creation, submission and fulfillment. It also provides a central environment for managing all print jobs and printers, both local and remote. Océ Doc Exec Pro is a released documents archive that captures, organises and delivers all of a company's current and legacy technical documents. It provides the single on-line access point for searching, viewing and printing complete, correct and up to date technical documents from every desktop.




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