Press release from the issuing company
Seamless and sustainable connection results in next-level e-business automation in the printing industry, with increased efficiency for users of both Pressero and MultiPress
Bruges – Dataline, Europe's #1 MIS/ERP for print production companies announces that Aleyant, an innovative player in providing robust software services to the graphic communications industry, has recently joined Dataline's Certified Partner Program. The program involves an integration between Aleyant's Pressero web-to-print solution and Dataline's MultiPress MIS/ERP software. The integration results in a seamless and sustainable connection between market leaders MultiPress and Pressero that delivers productivity benefits to users of both automation solutions.
E-business and e-calculator
E-business has become an integral part of the graphic industry. A web shop with a well-defined and integrated customer-oriented process helps graphic companies to do (more) business and build up a loyal customer base. E-business provides, both in B2C and B2B environments, extra reach, extra service and extra income. The MultiPress ERP/MIS supports this evolution with its own advanced solutions. Especially the new e-calculator, thanks to a powerful calculation engine and full integration with the entire workflow, allows for much greater flexibility - on the demand and supply side. And this by fully automatic price calculation based on real-time information about all variables in the complete production process - ranging from the daily price of substrates to the available machine capacity.
MultiPress and Pressero
MultiPress is the clear market leader in the Benelux and has also grown strongly in Europe in recent years. The ERP/MIS software is now available in 25 countries and 11 languages, and in recent years has been investing heavily in integration and linking up with partner solutions. And that's how Pressero came into the picture ...
The flagship product of American parent company Aleyant has also built up a solid reputation and presence in the European market. It is therefore no more than logical that both superior platforms tracked each other down through customer queries. And immediately took the bull by the horns by setting up a 'certified partnership'. The result is a further increase in efficiency in the graphics sector, for both Pressero and MultiPress users.
Who is Aleyant?
Aleyant, a US company with offices in Southern Europe, is best known for its flagship product Pressero. This is a powerful mobile-first e-commerce platform specifically aimed at print production companies and one of the most complete web-to-print systems in its price range. It is a convenient to use cloud-based - B2B or B2C - online storefront that can be quickly and easily customised to customer needs. It enables print businesses to expand their customers' capabilities to be more available, efficient and profitable online. Aleyant's software is used and integrated by a range of suppliers in the print industry: HP PrintOS, HP SmartStream, Fujifilm XMF, Canon PRISMAdirect, ...
Wide range of (combined) functionalities
The cooperation between Pressero and MultiPress speaks for itself, especially when it comes to functionalities:
Dirk Deroo, ceo Dataline: 'With MultiPress, Dataline has built up by far the most advanced administrative workflow for graphic production companies. The next step is to connect MultiPress with software and hardware from other providers. Therefore we have created the certification programme. The result: next-level automation and efficiency optimisation where the customer can use a sustainable solution supported by both companies, now and in the future. The coupling of MultiPress with Aleyant's Pressero fits perfectly in this range, providing a powerful e-business solution for many of our users.'
Webinars for more information
For more information on how a print production company can benefit from this integration opportunity, several webinars will be set up soon. Companies looking for an efficient end-to-end production solution can also learn more about how to create instant online storefronts with a more efficient print workflow during these webinars.
For now, webinars have only been set up in French and Spanish. These 30-minute webinars will be held on:
Tuesday 30 March at 4 PM (French) - Register here! (link to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1263530588570081040)
Tuesday, March 30 at 5:15 PM (Spanish) - Register here! (link to https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/3247310149333865488)
At the end of the webinar, time will be allocated for a question and answer session. Space is limited, best not to wait too long to register!
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