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JBM Systems Announces OctoTools, A Multi-Function Software Solution Addressing The
Needs Of Today's Changing Electronic Archiving, Distribution, And Print Output Formats
BOSTON, MA - March 19, 2004 /Send2Press Newswire/ -- JBM Systems (www.jbmsystems.com)
today announced the launch of OctoTools a many-armed software solution that offers
forms design with automated e-distribution, PCL/PostScript printer output, PDF
conversion, and email in an integrated low-cost package.
Along with legacy output support, OctoTools is aimed specifically at automating:
forms design, electronic distribution, report bursting (drill down), legacy enhancement,
and output document management.
Coupling a front-end Graphical Users Interface (GUI) with an easy-to-use forms designer,
as well as a powerful PDF and print runtime engine, this new software from JBM Systems
will allow users to complete the following functions:
"Document output management is enhanced through automatic electronic distribution of PDF
files as well as print output capabilities," said JBM's President, Murray Bob.
- Eliminate pre-printed and multi-part forms
- Automate batch processing and distribution of forms and reports
- Reduce printing costs, paper supplies, and associated overhead
- Make data universally available electronically through Adobe-supported PDF files
- Use a single template for both printing and PDF conversion to ensure an exact match
- Seamlessly integrate emailing, Web posting, and archiving with report data
Windows print drivers are used to print to any PostScript, PCL printers, low cost
digital copiers and production-class printers including Xerox Docutech and
"Additionally," says Murray, "any data field or position within a text report can be
interactively defined as variables for automatic report bursting, Web access,
file/directory path names, email addressing, and command line switch settings."
OctoTools can receive, report, and text output from simultaneous remote sources by
utilizing RPM Remote Print Manager(r) from Brooks Internet Software. OctoTools with RPM
provides a universal gateway to receive input from just about any computer platform or
environment. The Windows centric architecture eliminates the requirement for intrusive
and expensive software on host systems and offloads compute-intensive processing. Cost
effective for users from large corporations to small government agencies, OctoTools is
priced per server and not tied to printer speed or performance. OctoTools' end-user
quantity price is $2,995.
JBM Systems is a software manufacturer of PDF conversion document management and report
processing software including OctoPDF, OctoBurst and OctoPCL. Headquartered
in Peabody MA, JBM Systems provides software solutions worldwide.
More information: http://www.octotools.com
Organization Website: www.jbmsystems.com
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