Electronics for Imaging Inc. (EFI; Fremont, CA) has announced the new, version 5 release of EFI PrintSmith Vision MIS software – part of the EFI Quick Print Suite of business and production management tools – which delivers optimized performance and enhanced flexibility for small commercial and quick print businesses, per EFI. This is the first 100% HTML version of PrintSmith Vision, replacing legacy systems based on Adobe Flash technology. The new MIS offering can run as an EFI cloud-managed solution.
PrintSmith Vision 5 is optimized for remote management and operation, and users can benefit from a faster screen response. New bulk management tools in the software further ensure users’ ability to get more work done in less time, again, per EFI.
New FastTrack HTML5 modules in the software give managers and operators the flexibility to manage key tasks on the go without the need for complex cross-training. PrintSmith Vision 5 also enables end-to-end job tracking and automatic notifications to reduce or eliminate the need to spend time finding job statuses and answering customer inquiries.
As part of the end-to-end, integrated EFI Quick Print Suite, PrintSmith Vision 5 also features premium connectivity to EFI MarketDirect StoreFront software, giving users the productivity advantage of automated processing for web-to-print orders. Print shops can further reduce touch points in managing incoming work, significantly reducing the potential for errors.
For more information, visit efi.com.
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