Tucanna releases tFlow Approval 2.0
Thursday, September 18, 2014
Press release from the issuing company
Carlsbad, California - Tucanna Software & Development, industry innovator and developer for print production automation and quality control solutions is proud to launch version 2 of its online job-submission and collaboration system tFlow Approval. Major improvements to the user interface make the product easier than ever for both the supplier and the receiver of artwork, a hosted version of tFlow Approval removes all barriers to start using the software immediately without any IT headaches.
A clear dashboard for you and your customers
The new dashboard in tFlow Approval 2.0 provides real-time information on job state (pending artwork, approved, on hold with preflight errors, released to production); a clear view of where you are with all projects. It also provides information on operator workload, capacity and capacity problems, activity log with links to all comments, jobs and orders, approvals and artwork requests. All of this was designed to give you and your customers a view on the amount of jobs and their status at the blink of an eye.
Removing administration and implementation overhead
tFlow Approval 2.0 can be configured to allow clients to create their own account; this means an administrator doesn’t need to pre-create accounts for clients, which removes a lot of administrator overhead in situations where one-off clients are an important part of the system’s users.
tFlow Approval is an easy to use collaboration platform for submitting, annotating, preflighting, and tracking jobs and files. Together with tFlow Production, Tucanna offers its customers a full production automation and online collaboration suite that brings together customer service representatives, clients, creative professionals, design agencies, brand owners, and printers.
tFlow Approval can be installed in the local network or in the Cloud, and is accessible via a standard web browser, greatly enhancing the job-submission workflow and customer approval process by replacing countless emails, low-res PDFs, and images which would have required being sent back and forth to all members of the project. In tFlow Approval, all files, comments, annotations, versions and job histories are stored in one place, eliminating the confusion that multiple files and conversation threads stored across many users’ computers entails.
Webinar & availability
David van Driessche will give an English webinar about tFlow Approval onOctober 8 2014 at 4 pm CEST. To register for this free webinar, please click here.
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