To further improve the workflow efficiency of businesses, Toshiba (News - Alert) Tec Corporation, a business unit of the Japanese electronics giant, is offering an extensive range of technology products and has expanded its e-STUDIO MFP application platform with an integrated Print on Demand application/e-BRIDGE PODApl.
Toshiba's e-BRIDGE Open Platform is noted to be a flexible, open software architecture that allows solution partners to create value-added MFP solutions.
Toshiba TEC claims that it understands the important linkages between product, service and information delivery to the overall performance and viability of an organization. The new Toshiba TEC Print on Demand application helps to further optimize this process as a hands-on tool that is easy to deploy, straightforward and easy to manage with a tangible return on investment.
The new Print on Demand application is a perfect fit for information distribution purposes at businesses, airports, retail and hospitality outlets and travel organizations. In addition, the Print on Demand application is user-friendly and part of a range of custom applications that enables e-BRIDGE-driven systems to act as a secure data hub for back office applications and workflows. The Toshiba e-BRIDGE PODApl is embedded into e-BRIDGE to achieve a perfect customization.
Toshiba TEC’s application offers a competitive edge and benefits. Coupled with the refined quality and advanced technology of Toshiba e-STUDIO multifunction systems, the e-STUDIO solutions empower users with the capabilities to print, search, save, edit, distribute, manage, track and enhance your business workflows. Transfer of printed materials between warehouses is eliminated. The increased speed to market is invaluable. Having no inventory reduces storage and scrapping costs. Transfer of printed materials between warehouses is eliminated.
Office workflows also become simpler and swifter with Toshiba e-STUDIO solutions. The costs with e-BRIDGE PODApl are printing and postage per unit, while the costs associated with traditional printing are printing and postage per piece plus fulfillment, inventory, scrapping and possible customer call-backs.