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Crawford Technologies’ New TurboFlow Speeds File Prep for Postal Optimization

Friday, September 08, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Toronto, ON – Crawford Technologies, a provider of innovative document solutions that streamline, improve and manage customer communications, announces the general availability of TurboFlow, a solution that allows for changes to be made to individual document pages during post composition up to five times faster than other solutions. Perfect for environments that need to process high volumes of documents under stringent deadlines, TurboFlow optimizes post production processing with its ability to automate the addition of barcodes, cleansing of addresses, indexing and the removal or addition of content like color logos. 

TurboFlow works with all standard print file formats and operating systems, making it possible to significantly increase productivity, processing more jobs in the same amount of time, as well as keep print devices running with a steady stream of print-ready jobs.

“Solutions that support fast and efficient workflows are extremely important for companies that produce high-volume documents with short turnaround times,” said Ernie Crawford, president and CEO, Crawford Technologies. “The postal optimization step is one area in the workflow process that can be time consuming and cause unexpected delays. TurboFlow eliminates that concern with the ability to dramatically speed up this critical workflow step.” 

Crawford Technologies will demonstrate TurboFlow at PRINT 17, September 10-14 in Chicago in booth #454.

 

 

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