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InfoPrint productivity tracker expanded

Thursday, February 10, 2011

Press release from the issuing company

Boulder, Colo. - InfoPrint Solutions Company, a Ricoh company, today announced that it has launched the next-generation of its Productivity Tracker software. This workflow solution enables customers to collect and analyze on-demand operational data on-the-fly across their production print environment. Productivity Tracker now supports its first cutsheet printer, the InfoPrint Pro C900AFP, introducing new operational and cost saving efficiencies. It also offers new throughput analysis tools and enhanced reporting customization, empowering customers to make efficiency adjustments to their print operations at any time.

The newest enhancements to Productivity Tracker include:

- Support for InfoPrint Pro C900AFP
- Support for Ricoh printers via Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) private and public Management Information Bases (MIBs)
- Throughput Report Series: with this new feature, operators can instantly compare the total paper movement, total print throughput, number of jobs and number of toner additions across the entire print environment. This allows customers to adjust operations immediately to achieve faster output, eliminate waste and reduce energy use
- Professional Services: implementation and training packages

"The first generation of Productivity Tracker has already enabled our InfoPrint 5000, InfoPrint 4100 and InfoPrint 4000 customers to reduce their printing costs over the last six years," said Enrico Parodi, Vice President of Worldwide Software and Services, InfoPrint Solutions. "Our new solution introduces additional cost savings by expanding support to our first color cutsheet model and offering more detailed and advanced reporting. With this seamless solution, print managers can access a precise analysis of their operations, allowing them to better streamline and automate their processes, reducing overall costs and waste."


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