Deciding What Print Options Are Needed for Your Workflow

Deciding What Print Options Are Needed for Your Workflow

Sending artwork to your printers is a very important part of your workflow as can save you a lot of wasted clicks and manual processing time the chart below should help you understand the best way to set up your printers using Gateway OMS

here are some related links to get more details on the fifferent Options 

1. Print Server
5. Batch Template Integrations 

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