New Oce Software Integrates e-Forms and Output Management
Press release from the issuing company
Venlo, the Netherlands, June 14, 2001 — With the new Oce Com Works smart software solution, Oce-Technologies has integrated two vital requirements in the ERP/Transaction Processing market: E-forms and output management. Unique in the global market, Oce Com Works brings these two worlds together into a one-server concept.
This package jointly offers automatic data recognition, transformation, production and distribution into output devices, with easy monitoring and control capabilities. It maximises users’ business- and time-critical output while maintaining control, flexibility, personalised delivery and timing. Launched in June 2001, customer deliveries of Oce Com Works software are scheduled for July 2001, set to bring transaction document creation and delivery into the next generation.
E-forms transforms data into customer-focused documents
In the Oce Com Works package, E-forms provides businesses with powerful tools to optimise their corporate image as expressed in their business-critical documents.
These documents form a key link to customers and other partners, and they offer valuable opportunities to strengthen an organisation’s image.
How does it work?: With its intelligence capabilities, Oce Com Works E-forms takes an organisation’s raw data and inserts it into attractive finished document that supports an organisation’s positive image.
E-forms is quick, cost-effective, easy-to-use, and intelligent
Oce Com Works E-forms is also fast and cost-effective. It not only reduces the time needed to create and process forms in fluctuating market conditions, but also delivers invoices more quickly.
This watchdog software monitors the process and ensures reliable AND personalised document creation. It’s easy to use, implement, and integrate. It can also be used as a marketing tool.
Output Management manages the entire document flow process
With an open architecture suitable for various environments, Oce Com Works Output Management administers, monitors, transforms and delivers business-critical documents to the right recipients, at the right time and in the right quantities.
It controls the entire document flow and delivery process and ensures reliable output by retrieving multiple jobs and handling multiple printing, queuing and scheduling environments.
With output mobility, jobs can be reassigned to different devices, reducing the costs of distributing and shipping documents to multiple locations. Easy-to-learn with a WYSIWYG interface. Combining Output Management with E-forms, the Oce Com Works software solution makes your document production more efficient, more cost-effective, and more flexible—taking data to delivery.
SAP-certified software partnership
As a SAP-certified Complementary Software Partner, Oce has received full certification for Oce Com Works Output Management Software. This certification ensures that Oce Com Works software conforms to the SAP Output Management Interface, which means that it has been tested and verified by SAP as meeting all requirements for SAP R/3 Output Management.
Oce Com Works is based on Oce’s proven Xprint enterprise printing architecture. This connects heterogeneous DP environments into an enterprise-wide network and integrates output devices of different types and at different locations into a single, homogenous design. Based on Xprint, Oce has more than 10 years of experience in developing and successfully implementing enterprise-wide print management solutions.
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