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April 17, 2015

OM Plus Print Spooling Software selected by a healthcare organization

OMPlus_OMOM Plus Print Spooling Software has been selected by a 1,000 bed healthcare organization in Texas. OM Plus will be used to streamline the organization’s Epic EMR output.
The primary benefits include: increasing system reliability/performance, providing administrators/help desk advanced software tools resolve print issues, print server consolidation, print definition propagation, and added compliance through audit logging.

The initial roll out will support the output management for multiple facilities and over 1,700 devices with more to follow in the coming months.

April 13, 2015

World’s Largest Appliance Manufacturer Adds Print Software Capacity

OMPlus_OMThe world’s largest appliance manufacturer is adding OM Plus print spooling software licensing. The increase was based on an increase in production volumes in a production line/warehouse environment. OM Plus print software is used to ensure shipping documentation is printed correctly and can scale to keep up with increased shipments.

April 7, 2015

Plus Technologies Print Software Implemented by Korean Utility Organization

PlusTechES_GreyThe largest utility organization in South Korea has acquired OM Plus print spooling software for a new nuclear electric power plant that is about to come on-line. OM Plus will be used to ensure that regulatory documents are properly routed and printed in a timely manner. Key features include: confirmed print delivery, error notification, diagnostic tools, user friendly system wide UI, and audit logging.

February 2, 2015

Large Mortgage Servicing Company Implements Print Software from Plus Technologies

The largest sub-servicing mortgage firm in the United States has implemented OM Plus print spooling software to streamline operations and improve print reliability.

This Plus Technologies customer uses OM Plus print software to improve the printing of communication letters to its clients. Thousands of these letters are created monthly on an in-house software and mainframe system and sent to a Windows system for printing. This company uses HP and Savin printers for this process.

Automating document management and business processes