BIRMINGHAM, UK, April 1, 2002 - printChannel.com, the world's leading vendor of Web-based print procurement solutions, will demonstrate its print i/o' system on Stand #487, in Hall 5 at IPEX 2002 in Birmingham, UK, April 9-17, 2002.
Key features of the platform include user group management, immediate online proofing, personal address books and wallets, category management, output ready PDF impositions, multi-level configurable product categories; and inventory management. It also includes configurable user groups; customizable bi-level order approval; the ability to offer flexible pricing and product discounts; manufacturing job tracking; site branding; order activity reporting, viewing order status, reorder capability, and support for stock and custom products.
With these features, suppliers' administrative and support costs are reduced, there are fewer errors and reprints, and the system is available anywhere, anytime. With complete customer set-up through a standard Web browser, no programming expertise is required, and the system is secure and easy to use and manage. printChannel is platform independent and deployable enterprise wide at large corporations. print i/o is scalable to thousands of transactions a day.
"We have had a tremendous response to print i/o, since its initial introduction at Print 01," states Oliver Pflug, CEO of printChannel.com. "With the new tools in print i/o, we have added functionality into the print procurement process, while still allowing our customers to maintain control of the set-up and implementation of the solution."
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