Lake Image Introducing Enterprise Wide Document Tracking and Reconciliation at Graph Expo
Press release from the issuing company
HENRIETTA, NY (September 6, 2007) – Lake Image Systems announced a partnership with Ironsides Technology for enterprise wide verification, reporting and SLA management. APT, a PC based piece level and job level tracking solution, allows document processors to identify missing & duplicate pieces, in real time, for jobs which are spread across multiple pieces of plant equipment. APT accepts real time data from local integrity verification solutions, such as Lake Image Systems' IntegraVision and IntegraScan systems, and produces enterprise wide piece level and job level reports. APT provides real time metrics for SLA management provides files to automate reprints and compiles audit trails for regulatory compliance. APT will be demonstrated in Lake Image Systems booth #3684 at Graph Expo.
According to Ironsides' President, Bill Riley, "many of our clients may be interested in larger ADF(Automated Document Factory) solutions yet need to first resolve everyday production challenges. They also prefer to take a modular, scalable approach to ADF. Ironsides APT provides both the scalable foundation for ADF, and robust piece and job level verification systems that improve production efficiency. APT provides focused and reliable tools for connecting many production devices to a centralized reporting structure to create real time SLA management and real time reconciliation of multiple production lines.
Pat Hoskins, VP-Sales & Marketing at Lake Image affirms "our partnership with APT enables our clients to receive industry best localized integrity and enterprise wide reporting from a single vendor. Our camera based solutions, integrated on printing, attaching, inserting and finishing equipment, provide the machine level integrity verification. Simultaneously, APT collects the data from each device to generate the enterprise wide integrity and SLA management reports.
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