Oce introduces PRISMAsatellite Output Management System
Press release from the issuing company
May 7, 2003 -- Oce PRISMAsatellite is a new Output Management System that supports users' primary business processes by automating the production of transaction documents. Océ PRISMAsatellite is based on Océ's long-term experience in transaction printing. It collects data from different platforms and applications and transparently handles the entire printing process in mid-to high-volume environments. Jobs are automatically recognised and intelligently processed, saving time and cost by reducing operator intervention. Efficiency and flexibility are increased by enabling documents to be printed at the points where they are needed.
Maximum control over business-critical document output
By enabling operators and administrators to manage document workflow and output from a single point, Océ PRISMAsatellite provides maximum control over business-critical transaction documents like invoices, customer statements, purchase orders and shipping documents.
It seamlessly links the different IT and ERP platforms that generate input for transaction documents with output devices located at points of need, company-wide.
Intelligent processing streamlines document production
Océ PRISMAsatellite has flexible document recognition and processing capabilities that automate the printing of critical documents. This accelerates workflow and reduces the need for operator intervention.
Specific job types are automatically processed according to user-configured rules, based on attributes like priorities, scheduling and output processing.
Documents can be routed to multiple printers at multiple locations throughout the organisation, or distributed by e-mail or fax, to match the requirements of the underlying business processes. Working transparently, Océ PRISMAsatellite creates a streamlined, automated workflow that saves time and cost and optimally supports users' primary business processes.
Easy to use with graphical user interface
Océ PRISMAsatellite is easy to use thanks to a graphical interface that makes operation intuitive and minimises learning times. Operators have a clear overview of all daily operations, with the tools to efficiently manage print queues and monitor processed jobs and job tickets. They can easily make manual adjustments as needed, as daily workflow requirements and priorities change. For example jobs can be reprinted and redirected whenever necessary.
Deliver the right message with E-forms
Océ PRISMAsatellite allows users to work with their preferred E-forms solutions without being bound by the limits of existing business applications. The combination of Océ PRISMAsatellite's powerful output management functions with E-forms allows the creation of value-added documents, enhancing communication with freely structured, personalised document layouts and clearly data presentation. This capability is fully integrated with Océ PRISMAsatellite's output management functions in an efficient and easy-to-control one-server concept.
Easy to integrate into any environment
Making implementation quick and simple, Océ PRISMAsatellite has an open architecture that allows it to be seamlessly integrated into the user's current infrastructure without the need to change platforms or business applications. It can be connected to all platforms and applications that deliver data or documents to be printed, accepting a wide range of standard formats. Océ PRISMAsatellite even has an optional SAP/R3 module for job submission and tracking from a SAP application.
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