PrintJob launches version 1.6 of its e-procurement system for print
Press release from the issuing company
London UK - Setting up e-procurement system for businesses, their printers and suppliers has never been so easy or so fast. Version 1.6 is a complete redesign of PrintJob's core offering.
Designed with a user friendly Windows style GUI (graphical user interface), the browser based system can now be deployed by even the most phobic of PC users. Within minutes, companies can create entire print workflow systems, for use by thousands of employees, and any number of suppliers. "Our customers are all delighted with the new look" says Nikolai Kulow, Head of IT at PrintJob, "this is a major step for us - and a major advance for the platform".
Demonstrations of the new system can be seen at www.printjob.com. Bespoke platforms developed by the company have also had the design treatment. The next upgrade is coming in early February 2003.
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