Factsheet: Windows® Printing Kit and Master Driver

by André Schnibbe

Migrate to Windows 10 to simplify your printing infrastructure. Read in the new SEAL Systems Factsheet how you can quickly and easily print from Windows®, Citrix, or Terminal Server environments!

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How an Output Management Solution Can Help You Reduce IT Operational Costs

by Debra Garls

Output management technology is an asset to any enterprise-level business. According to Technavio, "The need to reduce operational costs in IT departments is driving the global market for output management software. As a result, the market will grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 2.56% in the foreseeable future." Read our recent blog to learn how output management achieves its ultimate goal to ensure that the right information is available at the right time, in the right place, and in the correct format with minimal effort required by employees.

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Factsheet: Output Management Engine – PLOSSYS netdome

by Thomas Tikwinski

What is SEAL Systems' PLOSSYS Netdome? It is a central output management system for all output-relevant tasks and applications in the company. This approach offers many advantages for the company as well as users and administrators.

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Five Reasons Why Cloud Printing Is the Output Management Solution Your Company Needs

by Debra Garls

Cloud printing is an output management solution allows users to print from any device on your network. Cloud Printing, SEAL Systems’ output management solution, adds agility, efficiency, security, control and scalability to any enterprise. Read our recent blog to learn how you can benefit.

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Factsheet: The new SEAL Systems Print Client

by André Schnibbe

The SEAL Print Client is an order client for interactive printing processes. With it documents from different sources can be combined flexibly to output requests, while the user retains full control over the process. At the same time, the Print Client offers interesting new possibilities for tool integration and process automation.

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Document Services For Company-Owned ERP Systems and Host Printing

by André Schnibbe

Many companies still rely on individual ERP and CRM systems. Usually, only their own ERP systems can map their unique and historical processes and working methods. These systems are usually programmed for host computers such as an AS/400 from IBM. Alternatively, eServers, iSeries, System i5 or Unix are also used, but Linux or Windows systems are starting to be used more. Despite the aging architecture and application environment, these enterprise resource planning systems meet the high demands on business processes. Nevertheless, they are overwhelmed with the output, distribution and design of the documents.

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What is Output Management in SAP/SAP Spool?

by Debra Garls

Standard SAP output functionality lacks the ability to track documents and format SAP forms. However, these issues can easily be remedied by implementing SEAL Systems’ Output Management.

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Factsheet: PLOSSYS 5 – Modern engine for enterprise-wide output management

by André Schnibbe

With PLOSSYS® netdome, SEAL Systems offers a robust and powerful Corporate Output Management Engine. In over 35 years, SEAL Systems' PLOSSYS engine has been trusted by more than 1,500 customers worldwide. PLOSSYS 5, our newest product from the PLOSSYS series, is especially designed for cloud operation in architecture and technology, without sacrificing the possibilities of  on-premise installation. Both operating modes can even be combined in the future.

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Fleet Management: Connect Technical and Financial Data

by André Schnibbe

In addition to the administration and management of printers via our software solution easyPRIMA, the linking of technical and commercial data via fleet management is a decisive controlling instrument. Therefore, SEAL Systems has developed an additional software solution that links technical data like printer name, serial number, IP address, and counter readings with the relevant commercial data (e.g., leasing period, warranty, date of purchase, owner, cost center and all associated receipts). This additional solution creates a uniform view of the global printer fleet and makes it manufacturer-independent and neutral.

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Printer Names Management

by André Schnibbe

Which IT service does not know the problem of historically grown printer names in its own IT landscape? In the past, printers were simply created at will without paying attention to any particular system. Since different IT employees at different locations create and manage printers, a proliferation of printer names is usually unavoidable. Together with our customers, we are developing a concept for the naming convention, which we present to you in more detail in this blog post.

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