PORTSMOUTH, NH, June 05, 2014 -- /EPR NETWORK/ -- Be Productive Systems Production Manager 3.0 introduces a new user interface and a new controlled documents management module, as well as a bevy of new production reports for its global base of document scanning service bureau and scanning department clients.
These upgrades enable service bureau owners and in-house scanning department managers, their operations managers and production employees to scan faster, win more business, grow profits and reduce expenses, all while driving compliance to individual work instruction tasks and organizational standard operating procedures.
• Be Productive Systems Production Manager 3.0 serves up the latest enhancements to the globe’s most popular operations management system available to document scanning service bureaus and in-house scanning departments.
• Production Manager 3.0 provides an updated user interface, providing a more intuitive experience and fewer navigation mouse clicks. New reskinning options are added, including a touch screen optimized skin.
• Additionally, Production Manager 3.0 capitalizes on the system’s change management capabilities and incorporates a new module, Controlled Documents, for administering standard operating procedures.
• Building on its robust reports catalog, this release adds several new production-centric reports, offering managers and owners even more opportunities to improve productivity, minimize cost and maximize returns.
“This is truly a client driven update,” notes Bill Becker, CEO of Be Productive Systems. “Production Manager 3.0 answers the many requests we have heard for a superior user interface, additional reports, and the ability to manage a scanning production’s standard operating procedures. Production Manager 3.0 answers this call and much more, making scanning operations management easier than ever.”
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Be Productive Systems provides document scanning operations solutions for document scanning service bureaus and in-house document scanning production departments. For more information, visit www.beproductivesystems.com.
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