Aleyant Systems and Palmart Announce MIS/Storefront Integration

Spanish firm includes innovative pricing module, ensuring MIS and web to print synchronization

July 6, 2012. Wheaton, IL and Valencia, Spain. Aleyant Systems, an innovative leader in providing robust software services to the graphic communications industry at value-driven prices, and Palmart, a leading provider of print MIS solutions for the graphic arts industry in Spain, today announced a unique integration between Aleyant’s Pressero web-to-print solution and Palmart, a print MIS and production automation solution. This integration synchronizes information received when orders are placed in the Pressero online storefront with the Palmart MIS system, ensuring that each order is processed quickly, efficiently and with as little human intervention as possible.

“We are pleased to be working with Spain’s leading print MIS provider to deliver this invaluable integration to the Spanish market,” said Greg Salzman, Aleyant’s President. “Palmart’s estimating module is completely integrated with Pressero, and is able to automatically update web storefront pricing from the MIS system. This means that pricing only needs to be entered once and is synchronized between the two systems to prevent pricing errors. We believe this is a very unique capability in the print MIS and web to print market.”

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