New Pace Systems PaceStation Organizes and Personalizes Data Views
Press release from the issuing company
Jacksonville, Florida, March 31, 2002--Pace Systems, a leading developer of business management software for the printing industry, has released PaceStation--a unique tool which enables users, in real time, to view, sort, manage, manipulate, import, export, and customize information received from their Pace, ePace, or PrintTalk data link. The revolutionary PaceStation organizer permits each user to create multiple personalized views of system data important to them. These views can be rearranged, organized, and saved by the user, and can be output to Crystal Reports, Excel, or PDF Writer in the user-defined view. Since the PaceStation output is based on XML standards, output can be output directly to PrintTalk and JDF compatible sources. Pace Systems PaceStation is the first tool available to the printing industry which permits reviewing large amounts of data, from a variety of input sources, with a simple click of the mouse.
In announcing the PaceStation enhancement, Pace Systems president Jay Farr commented: "The Pace Systems PaceStation enables each user to focus on information of particular relevance or interest. The use of XML makes PaceStation users instantly compatible with broad industry standards." The Pace Systems PaceStation module is now standard for all Pace Systems installations.
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