T/R Systems Unveils e-Ticket Product for Web Based Job Submission
Press release from the issuing company
Atlanta, GA – February 28, 2001 – T/R SYSTEMS, INC. (NASDAQ: TRSI), a leader in developing innovative solutions for the management and production of digital communications, introduced today at the On Demand Printing and Publishing Exhibition in New York, an enhanced e-Ticket product that enables complete document submission, ticketing, cataloging, viewing and ordering via the Internet, providing customers a true print e-commerce solution.
Through e-Ticket, print providers have the ability to create, manage, store and publish custom job tickets on their own web sites and servers. These tickets allow print-buyers the ability to complete and submit new documents or order reprints from a catalog of existing documents for production. Through e-Ticket, print providers are no longer dependent on third party organizations to create and manage job tickets or on those third party organization’s servers for the transmission of documents, as is the case with most on-line ticketing services.
“As we have watched the need for e-business applications grow in the production and distributed output management markets, our customers have continued to look to us to provide them with additional competitive advantages that utilize our experience in the market and our knowledge of e-business applications,” said Mike Kohlsdorf, President and CEO, T/R Systems. “e-Ticket provides customers with that competitive advantage. For print providers, e-Ticket provides a robust method of communication with their print-buyers. For resellers and partners, e-Ticket enables them to provide additional levels of functionality with their solutions and positions them as technology leaders.”
This version of e-Ticket provides significant functionality enhancements in three primary areas: customization, throughput and interoperability. In terms of customization, e-Ticket extends a print provider’s ability to easily and quickly create custom job tickets through a powerful component called TicketDeveloper. TicketDeveloper provides customers a standard WYSIWYG, Windows-style interface to create, manage and store custom job tickets. Once a custom ticket is created, print providers can easily publish the ticket on their web site for access by print-buyers with appropriate security access.
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