FESPA Munich: eProductivity Software introduces POGO

Print and packaging software technology company eProductivity Software (ePS) launched its new mobile application POGO and showcased a range of its end-to-end offerings for wide format print businesses at FESPA Munich.

ePs offers integrated, automated, and purpose-built software technology for MIS and ERP, e-Commerce, and industry-specific point solutions designed to drive revenue growth, reduce the cost of sales and manufacturing, and empower successful transformation of packaging and print companies across the globe through business and production workflow automation.

ePS general manager David Bentley said, “For Print ePS, we are focused on commercial printing, namely wide format fulfilment. We are helping customers in the publication sector, brand creative services and even some of those retail or smaller players, so we are focusing on optimisation tools across the entire print sector”.

One of the products on showcase at FESPA is the new mobile application, a new module available as part of the core application. It interacts with the Pace MIS system, records proof of delivery, and through its intuitive interface, helps to streamline fulfilment and payment processes.

“The application has been designed for our customers to streamline their delivery and installation process and provide real-time feedback to the system to track, log and record activity,” Bentley said.

The company also provided more details on its partnership with HP Indigo, which was announced at the Dscoop conference in 2022.

“We are delighted to share with our customers that we have full integration with our HP partnership, which is all about drive and workflow automation. It enables customers to report and take orders through our e-commerce platform into the ERP, being able to schedule it by a real-time submission to HP Indigo devices through print OS,” Bentley said.

The integration reports throughout the production process with timely updates about production time, costs and the current completion within the production schedule.

“This automation allows the operators to focus on the value-added, taking care of the customers, delivering a high-quality product,” Bentley added.

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