DSales launches Personal Print and Personal Scan applications

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DSales (UK) Ltd, the UK distributor for the Develop range of multifunctional copier-printers, has announced the launch of two new software applications from Develop. 'Personal Print' and 'Personal Scan' provide users with flexible and versatile solutions for document management and output.

Develop's Personal Print is a 'follow-me' print application that works by first storing a print job on a central print server so users can choose which Personal Print-enabled Develop printer or multifunctional device (MFD) they want to print to. To have a job printed out, all they have to do is authenticate themselves at the system of their choice. Personal Print then provides a personalised print job list with thumbnails supplying an overview of job contents and more detailed information available on request.

Personal Scan is a clever application that allows a user to forward scanned documents quickly and easily to any destination listed in a Windows Active Directory. Once the user has successfully authenticated themselves at the Develop MFD they can access their Windows Active Directory via the MFD display plus any other directories they have authorised access to. Documents can be then scanned and sent straight to the recipients required without the risk of input errors since every address is selected direct from the address book.

Speaking on the launch of these two new software applications DSales UK's Managing Director Jonathon Whitworth said "These software applications will give our customers increased flexibility in how they access and output documents even when they are working remotely. Develop's Personal Print and Personal scan apps will enable our customers to electronically store, access and edit documents and then print them on the device of their choice from the device of their choice. Develop has the right solution to meet our customers' document management needs at a cost-effective price."


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