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Crawford Technologies debuts SaaS document reengineering service

Crawford Technologies, provider of innovative document solutions, is releasing cSimpl (pronounced “simple”), a SaaS document reengineering service designed for print manufacturers and their resellers.

“We are excited to bring to market a SaaS service that supports a current business need with a cost-effective market-expanding solution, and also enhances revenue opportunities for our customers,” said Ernie Crawford, president and CEO of Crawford Technologies. “With its ability to re-invent and streamline the process of connecting legacy applications to new modern printers and mail inserters, cSimpl changes the dynamic for dealers to sell more hardware and grow their business while making it easier for their customers to use their printers.”

cSimpl fills the gap for affordable, simplified, optimization software for use by organizations of all sizes. cSimpl delivers greater efficiency, effectiveness, and automation to an organization’s workflow, according to the vendor

cSimpl reduces cumbersome and costly manual steps in the customer communication manufacturing process. To address common issues, cSimpl offers a solution for PDF optimization, barcoding, forms replacement, job splitting, postal sorting, and more.

A base offering within cSimpl is the ability to fix problematic PDF files in the cloud. This eliminates the challenges that come with ripping and printing many slow files on production printers and presses. Additionally, cSimpl makes it easy to connect print files to printers and post-production equipment like inserters and finishing solutions, according to the company.

The cloud-based document reengineering service is offered as a white label solution, so dealers can sell it as their own branded service. It offers a “pay as you go” low cost of entry.

For more information about this release, visit www.crawfordtech.com.

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