RSA Releases New QDirect Output Management Software Version
Rochester Software Associates (RSA), provider of production print workflow software solutions for in-plant print centers, commercial printers, and PSPs, announces the latest version of QDirect output management software. Attendees of the PRINTING United Expo were the first to see the new release as part of RSA’s rewards of workflow automation showcase.
In addition to QDirect output management’s abilities to control, automate workflow, route, and manage production print output, any print facility with multiple production printers can increase efficiency and equipment utilization, and reduce costs with the new QDirect software release. Available soon, the latest release offers these automation “rewards”:
- Ensure optimal productivity and increase efficiency by using the new destination cluster feature, a group of printers that QDirect manages as a virtual single device.
- Increase throughput with new printer group “cluster” printing and automated job routing and splitting to the best device for the job.
- Further optimize printer utilization and reduce costs by load balancing or job splitting by quantity, pages, or color splitting pages to printer groups.
“With an increasing emphasis on optimizing resources, reducing costs, and increasing efficiency, this new release offers functionality previously only available on a custom basis to print shops of all kinds,” says Product Manager Anthony Leccese. “Any print operation with multiple production printers can fully harness their print devices with new printer group capabilities and experience the rewards that workflow automation provides."
Learn more about how QDirect “cracks the code” to productivity here. RSA’s workflow solutions are available through RSA’s partners, including Canon, Kodak, Konica Minolta, Ricoh, Sharp, Toshiba, and Xerox. For more information, visit RSA at https://www.rocsoft.com.
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