New Aleyant PrintJobManager™ Release Now Available

An update of our PrintJobManager MIS/ERP software is now available. Below are the new features highlighted in this release:

We have added the functionality to allow the user to set “From – To” quantity breaks for Materials when using an Option component in a Product Engine. This will allow the user to have the paper size as well as equipment dynamically updated based on the quantity entered for that job. For those of you who have created some very impressive product engines with intelligent responses (or suppressions), this is a game changer! Check out our recent Knowledge Base article on this topic for more info here. Below is a screenshot that shows how you can now create quantity ranges for materials in option components in a product engine.

Option Comp From-To mat qtys

You can now have the proper coil, GBC, wire-O, etc. binding size and cost driven by page count (or number of sheets) and quantity based on the number of books, catalogs, etc. to be produced. The below example shows this new feature.

Coil Bind Prod Detail-001

We have updated the process of editing a job within PrintJobManager. You will now view the entire product engine when editing a job, which will allow you to make simple changes. You still have the option to manage the job and can do so without re-calculating the original product engine by selecting save and manage.

We’ve added the option to download and print the job & detail summary reports from Pressero. This option is listed in the Gear Icon to the left of the order/job.

Pressero APJM Tickets

For more information regarding PrintJobManager, please visit

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