April 10, 2001 (NEW YORK) - MIMEO, the leading provider of Internet-based document printing solutions for corporations, today released Version 2.5 of the MIMEO ExactPrint Software. This release incorporates new print and security solutions based on the recommendations and feedback of corporate customers. The enhanced capabilities of ExactPrint v2.5 allows users to print documents online directly from their desktop while guaranteeing the quality that corporations demand and dramatically increasing productivity. MIMEO is the first document printing company to offer corporations this level of comprehensive document creation and control in a virtual, dynamic, online environment.
This new software version broadens MIMEO's online product offering while maintaining the level of quality, scalability, reliability, and efficiency that MIMEO's corporate clients, such as Bear Stearns and Hewlett-Packard, demand. MIMEO's ExactPrint v2.5 enhanced services include:
Single Print Driver - One print driver with dual functionality enabling the customer to print either black and white or color.
Gray Scale Printing - Improved black and white printing with true color shades of gray (over 16 million).
SSL Security - MIMEO will now upload every document using SSL encryption for enhanced document security.
Proxy/Server Friendly - Revamped http protocol for high security sites employing proxy servers and/or firewalls.
Password Memory - Remembers account password between uploads and capable of remembering multiple account passwords.
"ExactPrint Software v2.5 was developed in direct response to the demands of our corporate customers," commented Jeff Stewart, MIMEO co-founder and chief executive officer. "We have enhanced the speed, security, and reliability of the MIMEO service - a service that was already the most cost-effective and time-efficient way for businesses to produce documents. The solutions offered by this software reaffirms our positioning as the leading printing solution for corporations around the world."
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