We offer easy integration to Microsoft Office applications.
Work together on the same data, collaborate on reports, and share insights across popular Microsoft Office applications such as Microsoft Teams and Excel—empowering everyone in your organization to quickly make data-driven decisions that drive strategic actions.
If your CFO want the numbers in Excel, he just uses the Excel logo icon, and Excel opens with all the numbers and statistics. He can then work with the numbers, and if he wants to, he can import the updated numbers into the ERP system once again.
Integrate via your Data Lake
In our digital economy, the companies that thrive are the companies that utilize their insights from their data. Why do some companies succeed, and some struggle to keep up?
To get competitive advantages from data insights, you need a single efficient data lake to go beyond the traditional data strategies. This is where DynamicsPrint and the Microsoft Azure Data Lake can help you succeed in bridging the gap between data and decision-making.
Together, the two products make a scalable and secure data lake with your data. The data lake storage helps you create data lakes for your analytics and integration needs by eliminating data silos and providing a single storage cloud platform.
The platform simultaneously updates the data in the lake and the ERP system.
The data lake integrates with your existing IT solution. It has never been easier to make platform integrations than it is today. You have several integrations out of the box – and you can create new, both low-code and no-code integrations.
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You can integrate computerized machines using JDF and JMF
Job Definition Format (JDF) is an open standard, XML-based file format that allows you to automate the print production process by passing data between different applications. Simplifying data exchange via JDF makes digital productions faster and more efficient while facilitating faster movement of job details. A JDF electronic ticket specifies how a job should be handled and produced from customer concept to final production.
JDF is broken down into logical roles (MIS to prepress, finishing, digital printing, web-to-print, wide format, etc.). Those roles typically pertain to which segment of work that needs to be completed, but the result is a standard way to connect MIS-based job tracking, automation, and workflow. This means that most modern MIS systems can communicate through JDF technology for job status and much more.
DynamicsPrint receives messages about devices, jobs, inventory/stock, and queues, all through JDF technology. It can be used to communicate when ordering consumables for low stock and to monitor numerous job parameters for accounting and other business process integrations.
Think of the JDF file as an electronic version of a customer’s specifications for a particular job. For instance, a job ticket with a customer request for “100 copies of a 10-page document on 130 grammages A4-size white paper, printed duplex, black-and-white” would be represented in a standardized XML format readable by a JDF-enabled device, in other words, the JDF ticket.
DynamicsPrint and JDF:
- JDF workflow
- Sending JDF-files to prepress
- Receiving status and material/time consumption on:
- Sending a JDF-file to print
- Receiving status and time consumption from print
- Monitoring presses through JMF
DynamicsPrint works with:
- Kodak Prinergy
- Esko AE
- Agfa Apogee
- Heidelberg Prinect
You can integrate non-computerized machines via PLC counters
PLC counters are computers that can count. In our modern world, you can, by using PLC counters, make your non-computerized machines computerized.
PLC counters can be used at:
- Printing machines
- Binding equipment
- Folding machines