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OM Plus Stats Manager Updated

  • Date: Jul 13, 2016
  • Categories: Blog

OM Plus Stats Manager Updated

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OM Plus Stats Manager Updated

A new version of OM Plus Stats Manager (SM) (version 2.10) is available for customers on support.

OM Stats Manager (SM) is a printing solutions application that enables organizations to analyze and understand the who, what, when, and where of printing operations in their enterprise. By collecting print spooling data Stats Manager is able to provide user based print metrics in addition to device based data. This user based metric allows organizations to understand who is printing, what they are printing, when they are printing, what application the documents are coming from, and even the titles of the documents.
Unlike other printing solutions, Stats Manager provides scheduled reports as well as an ad-hoc query capability to enable users to search for the data as they require it.

Key areas addressed in this version include:

  • Performance Enhancements
  • Database Improvements to speed queries
  • New initial view upon sign in to highlight key summary data such as previous day/ previous 7 days/ previous 30 days
  • Improvements in filtering
  • Detailed data view enhancements

Please Call a Plus Technologies sales rep to arrange a demo

User Statistics
  • Document Counts
  • Page Counts
  • Document Titles
  • Time and Date
Device Statistics
  • Mono and Color Counts
  • Copy, Fax, Scan
  • Device Data Collection Tune-able by Customer
Reports
  • Customizable
  • Scheduled and Ad-Hoc
  • Device Up-time Reports
Print Analysis
  • Trend Analysis
  • Device Up-time
  • Define-able Reporting
  • Calculate ‘Print Costs’
  • Allocations

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For more information please, contact Plus Technologies

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