P3Software Announces New Web-based P3Expeditor Software
Press release from the issuing company
Newton, Massachusetts USA - April 2007 - P3 Software, a world leader in print procurement software for print buyers and resellers announces the release of its web-based NetPlus version of P3Expeditor.
P3Expeditor NetPlus offers users instant global access to their data without having to establish data centers, virtual private networks or wide area networks. This not only represents a cost savings but it also enables organizations with multiple locations and mobile users to easily manage and share their P3Expeditor data.
GLOBAL DATA ACCESS
"We're excited about the release of this product. This new capability gives our current customers new options and makes P3Expeditor attractive to a whole new class of customers," states CEO Caleb Tower. "Our standard enterprise system can still run on customer based servers which is attractive to many companies. Now, the addition of a web-based data server option at an affordable price point offers new possibilities to many organizations that in the past found web-based print procurement too expensive".
ENHANCED DATA SECURITY
NetPlus also brings added file security - P3Software utilizes a state of the art data-center with redundant hardware built into every server. Data is backed up daily, both internally and offsite. In addition, Netplus includes a feature for users to download and archive their data to their computer. "Whether you're a large or small operation, catastrophic data loss should be a concern," remarks CTO Jack van Schouwen, "NetPlus dramatically reduces the risk of catastrophic data loss by providing convenient and redundant backup of customer data."
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