SDSI's Cloud Printing Application Meets the Complex, Rigorous Printing Requirements of Enterprise Grade Business Systems and Hosted Application Providers

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CirrusPrint 2.0 is designed to manage and streamline printing and document delivery networks. CirrusPrint solves cloud migration problems related to printing and provides all the control, security and configuration capability that IT managers have come to expect from print server management software.

SDSI today announced the release of CirrusPrint® 2.0 (http://www.cirrusprint.com), a cloud printing application designed to meet the complex needs of hosting providers and larger enterprises that require a higher level of security, configuration control, and legacy printer support than currently available through other cloud printing providers. Among the target markets for the software are hosted application providers, such as Amazon Web Services, Rackspace and Azure, and ERP application software vendors who wish to retain printing functionality and security in a cloud environment.

“We looked at Google Cloud Print but but it forced us to send print data to a third party, compromising our security protocols.” Said Adam Van Beek, CTO, Prism HR (http://www.prismhr.com). “CirrusPrint, runs on our Rackspace web server, and was the only cloud printing application that was able to print exactly what it is sent --which is essential for our customer’s high volume and precise, payroll check runs.”

CirrusPrint is a server centric cloud printing application that provides all the control, security and configuration capability that IT managers have come to expect from print server management software. The application allows a single site administrator to setup an unlimited number of companies, assign administrative rights, monitor system logs, add remote systems etc... In addition, CirrusPrint prints exactly what it is sent and supports legacy printers—even if they don’t have email built into them.

Documents can be sent through multiple input channels to CirrusPrint, including network printer ports and email, and they are quickly and securely routed to remote printers and users. Flexible configuration and control enables such features as print distribution to multiple devices, fault tolerant offline printing, and multiple printer support via a single email address. Printed documents can be sent directly to a user’s browser on a desktop, phone or tablet --avoiding the clutter of an email in box.

About CirrusPrint
CirrusPrint is developed by Synergetic Data Systems Inc. SDSI, (http://www.unform.com) established in 1988, integrates products with leading financial and ERP distribution platforms such as Infor, Acumatica, EPICOR, Open Systems, and hundreds of others. SDSI has over 10,000 installations of UnForm Document Management, Archiving, Document Workflow, Print Management and e-delivery software solutions around the world. CirrusPrint is a registered trademark of SDSI.

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