February 7, 2014
Print management company Print Audit has announced the released of a “major” update for its Facilities Manager device management solution, which it says has been designed to “eliminate meaningless alerts and significantly increase the efficiency” of its service and supply management programs.
The update comes after Print Audit recognised that the most common complaints office equipment dealers have about remote device management solutions are regarding their tendency to sent too many, often irrelevant, alerts; and so the company designed Facilities Manager V3 Smart Alerts to allow dealers to fully customise how the alerts are triggered and cleared using filters.
John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit, said: “While Print Audit has long been known for having the most powerful alerting system, input from our dealers has helped us take Facilities Manager to a new level. Last year over 100 dealers switched to Facilities Manager from other systems – not only because it is easier to use but also due to the fact that it saves them money and helps them to sell more.”
Print Audit stated that Facilities Manager is currently used by over 1,000 dealers worldwide, boasting a 40 percent market share in the US.
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