August 30, 2018 By PrintAction Staff
Printing management software Keyline can now be integrated with other systems through apps available from Keyline developer Crispy Mountain’s AppStore. Designed to offer a holistic approach, Keyline covers various areas of a print shop, from quoting and calculating to production planning and control, warehouse management, packaging and logistics, accounting, statistics and analysis.
Keyline is described as a lean management system that can communicate with other applications and machines through open interfaces. Currently, the Keyline AppStore includes apps for integration with the following applications: Pipedrive — a customer relation management system (CRM); Shipcloud — a unified interface to shipping service providers such as DHL, UPS, GLS, DPD, TNT, FedEx, ParcelOne and others; Dropbox — for filing and managing various files; and Slack — for communication internally, as well as externally with customers and partners. Keyline acts as a control centre for all of the processes in the printing house. The system permanently sends events, such as when objects are created, changed or deleted. An app can pick up on these events to trigger processes and workflows. That way, event-driven process chains can be designed and processes can be automated.
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