Aliso Viejo, Calif. (Feb. 28, 2001) - NowDocs™, Inc. today launched IntraPrise 2.0, the first digital on-demand print-and-distribution solution that optimizes how companies use corporate print centers. The solution, which ships this week, can be run securely as an enterprise application behind corporate firewalls, or outsourced completely to NowDocs, as an ASP, for hosting and day-to-day management.
IntraPrise is ideal for companies with multiple print centers, and for facilities management companies charged with making clients' print centers function more intelligently - improving workflow, cutting turn-around time and avoiding the cost of "leakage" when print jobs are taken to higher priced retail copy shops.
"We improve the ROI of the millions of dollars companies spend on their print centers, by ensuring that more print jobs are handled internally," said Brad Adamske, CEO and founder of NowDocs. "We also improve internal customer satisfaction, by ensuring that jobs are printed quickly, efficiently and perfectly."
NowDocs™ is the world's fastest same-day, online, digital print-on-demand and delivery service for business documents. Its customers include the world's largest investment banks, financial services firms, consulting firms and logistics companies.
IntraPrise integrates NowDocs' innovative distributive digital print technology and award-winning user interface directly into companies' own networks and leverages existing digital print equipment. Employees and print managers use the Web-based interface to order, print and deliver documents in a few simple steps, streamlining production and eliminating errors. NowDocs' page-preview gives the sender the comfort of a final safety check, by providing a last-minute view to ensure that the formatting is correct.
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