Crawford Technologies to showcase new and established solutions at Print 17

PRO Conductor. Toronto-based CrawfordTech (Booth 454), an industry leader in solutions and services for document accessibility, output management, enterprise content management and archiving, will be highlighting its 20-plus years of workflow experience with PRO Conductor at the Print 17 tradeshow September 10-14, 2017, in Chicago, Illinois. This robust workflow solution is being featured at Print 17 with an interactive dashboard. The dashboard provides organizations with insights and real-time updates on everything happening within their production workflows – including the status of integrated production hardware and software solutions. With the dashboard, operations can connect all of their processes within a powerful workflow solution, resulting in end-to-end management. In addition, the dashboard can be configured for a number of different users, providing self-service and transparency to both internal and external customers.

New PRO Preference Manager. Finding a solution for capturing and managing channel preferences continues to be an important requirement for many organizations. PRO Preference Manager is a flexible, standalone solution for automating customer preference management for all types of multi-channel communications – including print, digital, mobile, web and ADA-accessible formats. With open APIs and complete flexibility, it can be integrated with other business processes and customized for any organization’s internal and customer requirements. Users can easily manage demanding channel preference requests.

Debut of CrawfordTech QA Suite. Effective testing is important to service providers, but implementing a reliable and automated quality assurance process is often a challenge. CrawfordTech has leveraged its own regression-testing platform to create a suite of products that serve a wide range of QA needs. The CrawfordTech QA Suite includes both on-premise and cloud-based solutions, as well as a selection of modular components for specific document testing requirements – including file comparison, proofing and approval, automated testing, and more. The technology provides “all the tools needed to fully automate document-related Quality Assurance testing processes.”

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.