As the remote, work-from-home model has become the norm for global business in 2020, a shift in manufacturing processes, and the increased use of company-wide data distribution has occurred as well. In this blog, learn how SEAL Systems and LeverX’s joint solutions enhance your business process and digital distribution.
One key requirement for remote workforce collaboration: readily available information. Output management systems (OMS) achieves this and provides users the tools needed for the collection, conversion, and distribution of digital information.
Join SEAL Systems Inc. and LeverX for an informative webinar highlighting best practices for automating and streamlining key business processes and information distribution within your SAP environment. During our session, we will showcase an SAP purchase order use case, from PO approval process through the workflow of automating data distribution, release, and notification to the end-user. If you’re an IT manager, SAP administrator, technical project manager, or business process professional, please plan to attend this informative session.
In today’s competitive, rapidly changing technology landscape, business innovation and digital transformation are more important than ever. Solution providers and their corporate customers connect and engage in a complex yet increasingly personal model for investing in new technology and related services.
For global enterprise companies with thousands of employees across multiple locations, managing the setup, configuration, management, and maintenance of corporate output devices such as multi-function devices (MFPs), laser printers, and thermal inkjet printers is a daunting and ever-changing process. Learn about how IT staff at large companies are simplifying the process of connecting, supporting, and managing output devices using SEAL Systems’ universal printer drivers – and are streamlining and speeding document distribution.
The LeverX SAP PLM Forum, which took place on October 24-25 in Miami, Florida, brought together customers, software providers, and PLM subject matter experts. By design, this educational, highly interactive program allowed for and encouraged discussions around SAP PLM best practices, and more.
Now that SAP’s TechEd 2019 is a little over a full week in the rear-view mirror, Team SEAL has had time to reflect on and discuss conference highlights, best practices learned, and of course - ways to make our products, services, and customer-partner interactions even better.
Opening day for SAP’s TechEd 2019 conference in Las Vegas is fast approaching. Sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees are finalizing travel plans, setting up on-site meetings, and establishing strategic objectives to leverage their investment in attending this key industry event.
TechEd 2019, a conference designed for technical managers and industry executives responsible for business management, application development, and implementation of SAP solutions, is just weeks away. Check out our recent blog to read our top ten reasons to attend this fantastic event.
The Electronic Document Conference (EDC), a two-day educational and networking conference featuring over 50 sessions focused on PDF-related electronic document technologies, took place June 17 – 18 at Adobe’s Seattle, Washington offices. Hosted by the PDF Association and sponsored by several software, consulting, and technology firms including SEAL Systems, EDC was attended by corporate technical managers, product managers, company executives, and document/content experts.
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