Version 3.0 Now Available for COSprint, Output Management, Print Spooling, and Delivery Software

Skybot Software today announced the release of COSprint version 3.0, the advanced output management and print spooling software for UNIX, Linux, and Windows servers.

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“In some cases, these changes have resulted in a 100% increase in performance.”

Eden Prairie, MN (PRWEB) September 05, 2012

Skybot Software today announced the release of COSprint version 3.0, the advanced output management and print spooling software for UNIX, Linux, and Windows servers. This release delivers performance improvements with a new ISAM database and simplified architecture. COSprint is a product of Open Systems Management, Ltd., which was acquired by Skybot Software in May 2011.
Customers sending many print requests per second will see the most benefit from COSprint 3.0.

“In some cases, these changes have resulted in a 100% increase in performance,” explained Pat Cameron, Director of Automation Technology at Skybot Software. “Even platforms with slower CPUs and less aggressive product usage will see at least a 10% increase in performance.”
The most notable improvements of COSprint 2.9, which was released in January 2012, were support for failover printers, the ability to print to multiple destinations, and improvements to the audit logs.
For more information regarding this announcement, please contact Pat Cameron at +1 952-563-1649 or Pat.Cameron (at) skybotsoftware (dot) com.

About Skybot Software:
Skybot Software is the developer of Skybot Scheduler™, the powerful, flexible, and affordable workload automation solution for Windows, UNIX, and Linux servers. With fast, easy installation and an intuitive web interface, Skybot Scheduler provides a central console for complete enterprise management. When operations are automated by Skybot Scheduler, business runs more smoothly, reliably, and with fewer errors.

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