FREMONT, CA: HP announces its portfolio of digital printing solutions that include extension of services and technologies to enable Print Service Providers (PSPs) new production possibilities. HP also unveils its HP PrintOS– a cloud-based operating system that helps customers manage print production.
HP PrintOS is ideal for PSPs of any size or segment to use. It can be used with HP Indigo,PageWide Web Press, Scitex and Latex digital printing technology. It simplifies and automates print production management.
HP PrintOS includes a suite of intuitive web-based and mobile applications that can enable customers to perform printing jobs more quickly and efficiently. With the cloud connectivity feature, HP PrintOS allows customers to monitor print status remotely, enabling them to track and improve production performance.
The PrintOS also include applications such as Box and Siteflow.
Box is a tool simplifying job onboarding through non-automated channels that include email and file transfer services. Often, a disproportionate amount of time and effort are invested in handling jobs prior to production. By standardizing processes, Box reduces upfront overhead, increasing capacity and improving profitability.
Site Flow is an application which combines automated order submission, pre-press and shop floor management capabilities to address the needs of PSPs serving the business-to-business and business-to-business-to-consumer markets. The application allows PSPs to offer attractive costs and higher levels of service to fulfill hundreds, thousands or tens of thousands of individual, personalized print orders every day, including direct shipment to end customers.
"HP is bringing the full power of our vast portfolio of digital printing solutions to drupa 2016, featuring breakthrough innovations. With today's introduction of HP PrintOS and more ground-breaking pre-drupa announcements to come, HP is following through on our promise to 'keep reinventing' with advancements across application segments that truly enable our customers to reinvent their possibilities," says Rob Le Bras-Brown, global head of print marketing, HP Inc.