CHICAGO, IL, August 13, 2001 - printChannel.com, the world's leading vendor of Web-based print procurement solutions, is launching its new platform print I/O(TM) at the Print 01 show in Chicago in booth #6937. This new platform leverages the proven printChannel technology and extends the company's coverage of print procurement needs to complex, multi-site and distribution relationships.
Key features of the new platform include one-to-one catalogs; one-to-many catalogs; online content proofing; multi-level product galleries; inventory management; multi-supplier order routing; configurable user groups; output ready PDF impositions; site branding; and order activity reporting. With these features, suppliers' administrative and support costs are reduced, there are fewer errors and reprints, and the system is available anywhere, anytime with multi-plant and multi-supplier support. With complete customer set-up through a browser, no programming expertise is required, and the system is easy to use and manage. print I/O is scalable to thousands of transactions a day.
"Medium- and large-sized print suppliers will now have the capability to address all of the procurement needs of their corporate customers through a single point of access and a single user interface," states Oliver Pflug, CEO of printChannel.com. "The ability to tie together multiple production locations, and set up supplier networks will be of particular interest to larger printers, and to distributors, brokers and facilities management companies. In combination with printChannel's variable data output capability, print I/O offers an ideal match for digital printing environments."
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