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December 3, 2015

Multi-Billion Dollar Bank Using OM Plus to Increase Print Throughput

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A $24B bank has selected OM Plus Delivery Manager (DM) print software to increase productivity in its check printing operations. This bank needs to print several thousand checks at a time. Rather than printing on large high speed printers that are extremely expensive to operate the bank has decided to print checks on low cost laser printers. In order to achieve the needed throughput on the laser printers, printing must take place in a parallel process across multiple printers (12 in one country’s case). Checks are created on the bank mainframe and formatted with a software product called CheckPlusCFO from Printech Global Secure Payment Solutions.

After this process the checks are passed to Delivery Manager print software where its load balancing feature is used to spread the batches across the devices. Delivery Manager provides print confirmation feature by communicating directly with the devices to ensure all checks are printed properly, as well as a hold and release feature so that operators may select and print jobs to when needed. The net effect is that the bank saves cost, improves productivity, and ensures quality.

February 16, 2015

Major East Coast U.S. City Extends use of OM Plus Print Software

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Major East Coast U.S. City Extends use of OM Plus Print Software

A very large city on the east coast has extended the use of their OM Plus Delivery Manager document routing print software. The city uses OM Plus to streamline and automate the routing of court documents. OM Plus replaces a manual process of collating and routing documents. Manual process were subject to error and took too long to deliver missing important deadlines. By law, the City can only keep accused criminals incarcerated for a limited amount of time before presenting the case in court. The manual process sometimes exceeded the timeline and therefore could have compromised peoples’ rights.

Automating document management and business processes