LONDON, UK (May 27, 2003) PrintJob Ltd, a leading global provider of e-procurement solutions for printers and corporates, releases it latest version V1.9 of it's online document solution software, PJOS.
The upgrade introduces many new features such as visual aids and navigation controls.
"The most significant addition in this development phase are departments." Says Nikolai Kulow, CTO "These allow administrators to effectively separate print to relevant departments, each with its own approver."
"Its all about configurability - the features can be switched on and off effectively creating a huge number of different workflow scenarios, and given our existing client base - version 1.9 will certainly be put to the test."
Other changes include enhancements to the order process, more editable system emails, print functions, multi-order tools and more import/export functions.
The next development phase kicks in as soon as the upgrade is complete, beginning another 6 week development cycle. This will take in the most important and necessary features on the PrintJob development roadmap, features which invariably originate from the software companies fast expanding list of clients.
A free trial of the system is available at http://www.printjob.com
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