Web Global Net Announces Version 2.1 of Print Distribution Manager (PDM)
Press release from the issuing company
Boston, MA – January 17, 2006 Web Global Net, a leading Internet application software developer, is pleased to announce the release of Print Distribution Manager (PDM) v2.1. This latest version of PDM offers many significant improvements and enhancements and is now provided as a SAAS (Software as a Service) based on-line service.
PDM v2.1 offers the following enhancements:
PDM is now a modular web-based application (SAAS) developed using Six Sigma guidelines (DFSS). Additional functions and features can now be made available as optional additions on a real-time basis. Unlimited clients, inventory levels and warehouse locations. New virtual warehouse capability. User authorization per client option now available. Enhanced partial shipment support. “The continuing evolution of PDM allows Print Brokers the flexibility of on-line inventory management for their customers, greatly reducing internal costs and providing increased customer satisfaction” said Robert Thornton, President, Web Global Net. “All new features are automatically available to our existing user base and are seamlessly integrated into their existing PDM web interface. Print Brokers are constantly looking for new ways to reduce their costs and increase their margins in the face of a constantly changing economic environment and PDM will help them accomplish this at an affordable pricing level.”
PDM is an online inventory management system that grows with a Print Brokers business and greatly enhances the services they can offer to their clients. PDM will allow both the Print Broker and their clients to manage and control warehoused inventory via any standard web browser, 24/7. Since PDM is a modular web application, there are no compatibility or platform issues requiring internal IT support. Clients can now order their own inventory when they need it, reducing the Print Brokers internal costs substantially, and directly increasing their bottom line.
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