March 21, 2007 – London, England – PrintJob, a global provider of on-line solutions that empower Printers, Print Brokers and Corporations to manage branding, print spending and documents, announces significantly enhanced capabilities, and a completely updated Web site.
Using a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model, PrintJob focuses on delivering solid and easy to use—browser based software—as a completely integrated document processing, printing and workflow solution, for all forms of customer communications. By centralizing the workflow process in a self-contained easy to use online system, PrintJob’s technology is highly focused on both current and evolving market demands for an e-commerce document processing solution that helps reduce the total cost of print (TCP).
According to Max Kulow—PrintJob, Ltd.’s Co-founder and CEO, “We continue to be enthusiastic about our ability to deliver quality products and technology that enable our customers to take advantage of new business opportunities and achieve high levels of productivity, while delivering significant ROI. A key point of PrintJob’s technology focus has been adding new functionality to our suite of products, providing increased ease of use, signoff and approval functionality.”
The latest PrintJob features include support for more Languages, a greater range of Styles, a new AJAX technology for the order manager, enhanced design studio features, unique passwords for all users; and several additional items that will be recognized and appreciated by PrintJob’s existing users. New features will be incorporated into PrintJob’s standard on-line software. Existing customers will immediately be able to take advantage of PrintJob’s improved functionality at no additional cost.
PrintJob helps users to control print costs, printing and approval related workflow, while improving customer satisfaction and overall profitability. Both customers and interested parties can view PrintJob capabilities by accessing the new PrintJob Web site at www.printjob.com.
There is also an interactive demo (www.printjob.com/demo), where visitors can sign up for a no-charge trial. “We want everyone to understand the advantages provided by PrintJob and what it can do to help them control print costs, printing and approval related workflow,” concludes Kulow.
Media Relations Contact: Max Kulow, CEO—PrintJob, Ltd., Phone +44 207 193 3598, [email protected]