DiMS! to Launch DiMS.NET! in North American Market
CHICAGO—07/20/2009—DiMS! organizing print, a world leader in MIS systems for the printing and packaging industries, will launch its DiMS.NET! product in the North American market at PRINT 09. DiMS.NET! is the latest generation of the popular DiMS! system, which automates the complete range of web-enabled administrative and printing processes across an entire enterprise. Based on the latest .NET technology, DiMS.NET! again demonstrates the strength of DiMS! and the ability of the software to quickly adapt to the latest technologies available. DiMS.NET! is particularly well-suited to medium-to-large printers with multiple facilities. DiMS.NET! has the familiar look and feel of the latest Microsoft products.
DiMS.NET! is a truly global ERP solution, featuring true end-to-end integration—from estimating to planning and scheduling, prepress to production, shipping to invoicing, and financials. With the familiar look and feel of the latest Microsoft products, DiMS.NET! enables clear communication of data in multiple currencies and multiple languages across every location. The product-focused business templates match the business while decreasing setup times, permitting greater efficiency while reducing rollout time. For example, with DiMS.NET!, prepress is integrated to press, dramatically decreasing delivery times. Customer, job and all material information need be entered only once, decreasing the chance for error. Every flow step has numerous options and automatically adapts to the preferred work method of the individual user. Fewer errors occur because DiMS.NET is easier to use. Smart logic increases the speed of business processes, while reducing training time for new employees. The flow of process information is increased, as is overall efficiency.
An enhanced scheduling board in an integral part of the new DiMS.NET!. Scheduling captures all characteristics of each job and proposes the most efficient way to run it. Scheduling can be viewed across departments, plants, and even international borders. Data is integrated into one database, yielding an enterprise-wide management view. Drill downs and dashboards to the transaction level are standard. Internal and external documents are available in the integrated archive, providing real-time access even to current communications.