Lexington, KY - WhatTheyThink, the leading media organization serving the printing and publishing industry, today announced the availability of "Ultimate Guide to Enterprise TransPromo Solutions: Document Composition". Published by InfoTrends, this report is a must-have guide for enterprises and service bureaus evaluating the variety of document composition solutions that feature message creation and message management to enable TransPromo communications.
Each of the thirteen solutions included in the guide has been reviewed using over 100 different metrics. Solutions reviewed include:
- EMC Document Sciences: xPression Suite
- GMC Software Technology: PrintNet Communications Suite
- Hewlett-Packard Company: Exstream
- Inventive Designers: Scriptura
- ISIS-Papyrus Group: Papyrus Document System
- Metavante Corporation: CSF Designer Suite
- Objectif Lune: PlanetPress
- Oracle Corporation: Documaker
- Pitney Bowes Business Insight: DOC1 CCM Suite
- PrintSoft: PReS
- Sefas Innovation: OpenPrint
- StreamServe: Persuasion
The Ultimate Guide to Enterprise TransPromo Solutions: Document Composition is just one report in a series of Ultimate Guides aimed at providing education on the variety of software tools available for printing and print-related services. Ultimate Guides to Web-to-print, variable data publishing, and multi-channel communications solutions are also currently available, and a guide focused on wide format will be available soon.
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