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OM PlusFleet Manager

Special Pricing Offer Until Dec 31, 2019

OM Plus FM - Printer Fleet Management Software

OM Plus Fleet Manager (OM Plus FM) is a comprehensive printer fleet management software tool. FM helps organizations or Managed Print Services providers better manage their print management software, printer, and multi-function/copy fleets.

Plus Technologies‘ printer fleet management software gathers near real time data such as page counts, color and mono pages, copies, scans, faxes, errors, device health, toner levels, and more. FM parses the data from print management software, analyzes it, notifies users, and generates reports. OM Plus FM can highlight device usage, device up-time, automate consumables ordering/replenishment, and alert users on technical issues. Data can be used to optimize printer fleets. OM Plus FM can be deployed as a hosted solution or as an on-site solution.

Key Features

  • Highly customizable by the end user
  • Implementation on site or hosted
  • Device data collector is centrally managed
  • Network efficiency- designed to minimize traffic
  • Quality and depth of data retrieved
  • Ease of use- intuitive interface
  • Flexible licensing models- usage, ILF, Subscription
  • Low cost of ownership
  • Customizable alerting
  • High quality customer support
  • Device down-time reporting

Data Collector

  • Flexible collection strategies
  • Optimized to minimize data traffic
  • Secure
  • Printer agnostic

Implementation

  • Hosted by Plus Technologies
  • Hosted by Managed Services Provider
  • On-Site at Customer

Licensing

  • Usage based
  • Perpetual license
  • Includes technical support
  • Low cost of ownership

Managed Print Services Providers

  • First Year – No Usage Fees
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Special Pricing Offer Until Dec 31, 2019

 

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Automating document management and business processes