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Centralize company data enterprise-wide
Don’t leave the distribution of your enterprise’s data to chance! With the central Output Management system from SEAL Systems, distributing documents and information across your enterprise is faster, more secure, and efficient.
SEAL Corporate Output Management integrates your company’s many application formats, forms, printer languages, drivers and operating systems. It can handle the electronic distribution and output of all information and documents – to all destinations inside or outside your network.
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The output management system from SEAL Systems provides device-neutral, secure and entirely transparent document and information distribution from SAP – for all users and administrators.
The Windows MasterDriver, winner of the Innovation Award, works in the Output Management Engine from SEAL Systems. This means you are able to transact all of your analog and electronic Windows printing processes with just one driver.
The SEAL Systems output management system provides you with the functionality of automated and coherent document distribution for Teamcenter, SAP PLM and many additional PLM/PDM systems (Windchill, Enovia, Keytech PLM, Profile, etc.). Incomplete and inaccurate documents in engineering processes are a thing of the past!
“Mobile printing” is what we call printing documents, photos or email attachments directly from a mobile end device on any printer in the network. With the usual PLOSSYS functionality – device-neutral, transparent and secure.
With SEAL Systems’ printer management, all connected output systems are maintained in one central database. New printers can be added to the printer database easily and quickly using a web interface.
SEAL Systems provides administrators with straightforward display and monitoring of all devices and their operating statuses in one location.
Integrated encryption and compression mechanisms in the output management system protect your data from unauthorized external access, but also from within your company network.
Secure & PickUp Printing is our name for an output method where the printouts are not printed on the selected printer and authorizes the print job. Instead, these are held back until the user identifies himself at the printer and authorises the output.
This means that the same driver is used every time for jobs coming from Windows applications – no matter which printer the user wants to use.
MINDFORMS, the biggest forms development team in the European region stands for technology independent forms consultation and development.
Together with our Partner Cartago Live®, we provide you with an XML-based form management solution that facilitates consistent separation of content and layout for business information.
With our RUMAN rule manager, types of rules and standards can be reproduced without having to engage a programmer every time the rules need to be adjusted. Users and system supporters can create and modify rules themselves easily.
Who printed what, when, to where and from which application? Output management is the simplest way to get you the answers – quick. The output management engine from SEAL Systems logs all important information about a printing process.
The Corporate Output Management from SEAL Systems links every application with every output channel. It processes every data format from every company application (SAP, Windows®, Microsoft Office, terminal servers, PLM and CAD, smart phones, tablets, web-applications, digital archives, and DMS). It also ensures smooth, optimally managed outputs from across every company application. It also provides a wide range of functions regarding every aspect of your printing infrastructure and printing processes.
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