Press Release Summary:
SafeCom Smart Printing helps financial and IT managers consolidate, standardize, and centrally control printing operations to simplify working patterns. Thus companies can reduce number of print servers as well as include remote offices. Ready-to-print documents are stored locally on user's computer until authentication, which can take place at any network MFP or printer. Support is also included for Unicode, enhanced encryption, and AES.
Original Press Release:
SafeCom Unleashes Powerful Opportunities with Its New Smart Printing Release
BALLERUP, Denmark --
- Unique and Innovative New Functionality Enables Huge Cost Reductions for Large Enterprises
Today, SafeCom A/S, a leading provider of secure printing and document accounting solutions, announced its next-generation release with a new SafeCom Smart Printing functionality that enables companies to drastically consolidate printing infrastructures, reduce print costs, centralize administration and improve document security.
This new SafeCom Smart Printing functionality meets the urgent demands of most financial and IT managers who need ways to consolidate, standardize and centrally control their printing operations in order to reduce costs and simplify working patterns.
The technical challenges are only too well known. Enterprises with large print volumes and many geographical locations often have widely dispersed print infrastructures. This is costly as well as inefficient, and bandwidth gridlock is often a barrier preventing inclusion of remote sites within central print management systems.
But SafeCom now brings good news to enterprises. By utilizing the new SafeCom Smart Printing solution, large companies can reduce the number of print servers and include remote offices because printed documents no longer have to travel over the corporate network. But how is this possible?
"Our developers found a simple yet elegant solution," explains Hugo Marqvorsen, VP Business Development at SafeCom. "Ready-to-print documents are stored locally on the user's computer until he or she authenticates at any network MFP or printer to collect the document. But, only the authentication data are sent via the corporate network to the central SafeCom server, and this requires a minimum network bandwidth."
The new SafeCom Smart Printing solution release has already proven its worth.
"One company saved EUR205,000 by reducing the number of print servers from 45 to 4," continues Hugo Marqvorsen, VP Business Development at SafeCom. "We are convinced that the new release of SafeCom Smart Printing will allow many enterprises to gain control of their spiraling printing costs, simplify operations and optimize print services throughout the entire organization."
The new release additionally offers support for Unicode, enhanced encryption and AES. The installation process has been made even easier, and print administration has been simplified in order to help companies control and manage their print services more efficiently.
SafeCom's new Enterprise version is available today, and existing customers who have a maintenance contract can update their current SafeCom installation free of charge. The new version is compatible with previous versions.
SafeCom systems and solutions are known for their ability to offer companies and organizations a better way to manage and optimize their printing services. With SafeCom Smart Printing(TM), companies all over the world are cutting costs, increasing efficiency, boosting security, reducing waste, and protecting the environment. Smart Printing solutions from SafeCom work with all types of printers and multi-function devices, and in small offices and large enterprises. Company headquarters are located in Ballerup, Denmark, and SafeCom has offices in Manchester, England, Bangkok, Singapore and the USA.
More information about SafeCom is available at www.safecom.eu
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