GMC Software Technology To Feature Rapid Delivery, Personalized Communications Software Suite
Press release from the issuing company
January 18, 2006 – Boston, MA – GMC Software Technology, Inc., setting the New Standard for personalized customer communications, today announced that it will be demonstrating its latest enhancements to the PrintNet suite of variable document design, approval and web services software solutions at the Xplor / Graphics of the Americas 2006 trade show at the Miami Convention Center in Miami, Florida from February 3 – 5, in Booth #513.
GMC’s personalized customer communications software suite offers measurable benefits — lower costs, faster application development and document delivery, and enhanced customer satisfaction. According to René Müller, CEO of GMC Software AG, “Our offer is an end-to-end solution with graphical workflow, data integration, data transformation, design, on-line collaboration, proofing, approval and multi channel output. We offer the strongest application development, job maintenance, PDF workflow and color management solutions in our industry”.
PrintNet is based on scaleable components — PrintNet T, PrintNet PA, PrintNet Connect, PrintNet Transform, WebDesign, and WebProof — driving multiple document-related applications from a single platform, eliminating the need for separate platforms for Web and print based documents, variable data document or statement processing and presentment. “At GMC, we are concentrating our activities on developing software solutions that are easy to use and implement. These solutions immediately improve communication processes and reduce response times, while cutting costs, driving new business and increasing profits. This is what companies need to remain competitive,” continues Müller.
PrintNet’s end-to-end document solution provides:
Complete control over the entire document lifecycle
Automated document workflow
Fully-integrated Web based document design, collaboration and approval process
Data integration from multiple sources with dynamic charting. Directly accept any business data type — including legacy formats — without the need for additional data manipulation
Electronic (Internet, fax, SMS messaging) and paper-based output and verification
Full audit, document tracking and accountability.
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