PagePath adds Custom Messaging to MyOrderDesk Online Workflow
Press release from the issuing company
Aurora, IL, February 01, 2002 - PagePath Technologies has expanded the control a shop has over the messaging component of MyOrderDesk's online workflow system. In response to customer requests, the automated e-mail messages MyOrderDesk sends to a shop's customers during various phases of the online workflow process can now be easily edited in a new message customization center.
A private labeled solution, MyOrderDesk provides a sophisticated online workflow for print pros. The free upgrade is in addition to recent enhancements to the existing SimpleSend(tm) file transfer option, the PDF2U(tm) print ready file output and proofing system, as well as the ezMerge(tm) variable data input, proofing, approval and file output system.
"Delivering this new, add-on so quickly after last month's release of Version 9 of MyOrderDesk strongly demonstrates our tradition of customer responsiveness," said Steve Ciesemier, vice-president, PagePath Technologies, Inc. "Our customers have come to expect continual improvement based on their input. No one else delivers so much so affordably," he concluded.
Up to now only the "Job Received" message and Signature (added to all the customer directed e-mails) were modifiable by the shop. Now, messages alerting the customer to changes in the Digital Asset Manager, the Job Status, the Job Ticket information, and the Job Approval status can all be edited. Finally, the Forgot Password, Proof, New User Greeting, and informational alert messages are also open to customization by the shop.
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