Chambersburg, PA – for release July 17, 2003– Instant reports to measure hard-collar cost savings and a powerful and comprehensive job estimating tool highlight the latest version upgrade of the printLYNXX procurement and job management solution.
The e-LYNXX Corporation announced the immediate availability to all customers of printLYNXX 5.11, an enhanced version of the successful web-based system. Among the key additions are an interactive online and downloadable report which provides immediate and up-to-the minute customizable review of cost savings information for the entire enterprise, department or for an individual buyer.
“Customers expect and are receiving hard dollar cost savings of 20%-40%,” says Doug Harbach, e-LYNXX Vice President. “Details of this success can now be made available to all interested parties within the buying organization at the touch of a button.”
Harbach says the customized cost savings reports are designed to provide the organization with instant access to savings, whether for the entire company or from just the various buying silos, thereby providing a comprehensive looks at procurement activity and savings for any date range.
Since internal customers need to acquire accurate budget figures, whether the print job has one component or consists of multiple print items, a second important enhancement was designed to better assist users in gathering preliminary pricing prior to enacting the final buying decision. printLYNXX 5.11 addresses this need by providing a more comprehensive job estimating module to easily request, manage, review and archive detailed estimates for multiple print items, units of issue and quantities.
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