Standard Register: New Browser-Based Document Distribution Application
Press release from the issuing company
DAYTON, Ohio--March 15, 2002-- Standard Register Document Systems announces the development of i3100, a robust and browser-based, data-management software application that helps clients easily and conveniently perform secure document transactions from anywhere within the organization.
i3100 provides clients with core software functionality for preparing and distributing security-sensitive and transaction-based documents, such as bank counter checks, retail gift certificates, and healthcare patient IDs, forms and labels. Simply through a common Web browser, users log in, select the desired transaction and enter the data. The transaction created by i3100 is output in standard XML format and is ready to be processed by any application that accepts XML, like Standard Register's LinkUp Enterprise, the most flexible and secure output-management engine in the industry that can meet companies' complete printing, email, faxing and storage needs.
Banking institutions, hospitals, retailers and other transaction-intensive organizations benefit from using the i3100 software. "This application provides significant efficiencies to businesses that need to process and distribute secure documents within their organization,'' said Tim Spencer, general manager of Document Systems. "Simply through their private Intranet, authorized users access a personalized view of menus and options that allow them to quickly produce documents, complete with serial numbering, tracking, reporting, printing and a host of other features.''
Its features include
* Advanced Security provided at three levels: user, transaction and application
* Flexible Configuration through the i3100 Administrator which defines system availability, user accounts and transaction screen layouts that include authorizations and audit controls
* A Processing Module that creates a transaction and its associated logic for input, validation, processing and output
* Auditing/Reporting which captures transaction data within the audit log for easy development of administrative reports
* System Maintenance, where administrators can configure automatic maintenance processes or perform manual overrides.
The i3100 document automation solution is an integral part of the Company's Less Paper Strategy--a three-phased approach (organize, manage, migrate) to document management that allows customers to decrease their reliance on preprinted documents while transitioning to electronic documents and processes to improve efficiency and reduce costs.
Document Systems is a business unit of Standard Register, dedicated to delivering superior, integrated document managementsolutions that improve its clients' businesses by optimizing information processes, enhancing output and anticipating technology. Document Systems offerings include output-management solutions, workflow solutions, software and systems integration, program service, integration solutions and e-forms.
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