Solimar Systems releases Print Direct Enterprise 9.2 with enhanced features
August 12, 2022 By PrintAction Staff
Solimar Systems releases version 9.2 of its dynamic output management suite, Solimar Print Director Enterprise (SPDE).
SPDE plays a crucial role in the overall Solimar Chemistry platform, providing an onramp to PDF-centric workflows while offering data optimizations, conversions, job management, and device connectivity for non-PDF workflows. SPDE connects host computers to production print devices that normally do not directly interact, to provide an enterprise output management system.
SPDE version 9.2 features an intuitive operator interface for improved overall job control, enhanced IPP security for compliance, and introduces new job definition format (JDF) compatibility to better control finishing elements of the print process.
With Solimar’s continued focus on data security, the Secure IPP Print Server within SPDE 9.2 now features additional authentication support. Other enhancements include an expanded API for the submission of jobs, font upgrades, and job ticket conversions.
The ReadyPDF optimization module has been enhanced in version 9.2 with new features to expand its applications and simplify its user interface. ReadyPDF now includes a new Preflight Mode that can detect certain PDF characteristics, such as image and text properties, and invoke necessary optimizations as needed.
Mary Ann Rowan, chief experience officer at Solimar Systems, said, “We’re thrilled to bring these major upgrades to our global customers. Some early adopters have shared that they are now able to retain jobs in-house that were previously outsourced which improves their overall ROI. SPDE 9.2, and all of our innovative products, are off-the-shelf configurable by end users and do not require coding or custom services. Solimar solutions are available through our extensive partner network enabling customers to choose the best solutions for their production environment. This makes Solimar the preferred partner for many global businesses.”
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