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Frogmore Computer Services announces the immediate availability of Print Distributor 3.0. Print Distributor is a management tool which lets you distribute your prints to multiple printers and archive.

Print Distributor is a management tool which lets you distribute your prints to multiple printers and archive files. A new easy-to-use management program lets non technical users set up and configure an output management system in minutes. Normal customers without a deep technical background can use Print Distributor to control their print environment using a management console.

Print Distributor creates virtual printers within Windows which appear as normal printers to any application making Print Distributor compatible with just about any software. These printers can be shared allowing Print Distributor to be installed on a server or on client machines.

New in this release is print load balancing which provides improved reliability in the print room and allows the use of lower cost commodity printers. Output is automatically sent to each printer in turn spreading print jobs across a number of printers automatically. No intervention is required from the user, the operation is completely transparent.

Also added is a scripting capability which allows extensive control over the routing of documents. Very large prints can be automatically redirected away from a small and expensive inkjet printers to centralised laser printers saving money. Scripting also provides the ability to feed documents into external systems such as workflow or archiving software.

For security conscious environments all prints can now be archived for easy retrieval and reprinting. Prints can be stored by date, time, user name and the document title giving full traceability.

A 30 day trial version of Print Distributor is available from http://www.frogmorecs.com

Print Distributor runs on Windows NT / 2000 / XP / 2003 Server.

Customers can buy Print Distributor online from $149(US).

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