printLYNXX 5.16: Urgent Task Notification Email For Rush Jobs
Press release from the issuing company
Chambersburg, PA - May 26, 2004- The e-LYNXX Corporation today announced that features in the recently released printLYNXX Version 5.16 provides the tools to help buying organizations avoid missing critical milestones that could lead to late deliveries.
"A late print job is frequently not worth the paper it's printed on," says Doug Harbach, Vice President of e-LYNXX, the company that offer printLYNXX. "Your clients will not accept excuses or allow a 'do-over' when work that must be delivered by a certain date and time does not arrive."
printLYNXX has added more powerful features to help users better stay on top of upcoming tasks, and then provide reporting tools so that users and managers can easily keep track and report on the tasks that have been recently completed.
Vice President for printLYNXX Services, Kevin Long, says in the busy world of print procurement, it is not unusual to have scores of jobs in various stages of production at any one time. While juggling all these tasks is difficult enough, add to that the "I needed it yesterday" demands that require tight turnarounds and immediate attention to tasks.
"Shorter production schedules mean milestones need addressed quickly and often with little notice," Long observes. "To help buyers achieve the highest delivery and quality compliance rate, printLYNXX 5.16 adds an automatic Urgent Task Notification e-mail to its arsenal of communication tools to alert the buyer and supplier of tasks that require an immediate response.
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