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CRC and Aleyant Systems announce partnership

October 6, 2009

The alliance streamlines integration between MIS and variable print systems.

CRC Information Systems has formed a partnership with Aleyant Systems that streamlines the integration between CRC’s MIS/ERP system Nucleus with Aleyant Systems’ web-based variable print system eDocBuilder. The integration provides uninterrupted workflow between Nucleus and eDocBuilder, allowing graphic arts companies to now offer their customers a complete e-commerce suite of tools (including online quoting, ordering, shipment tracking, and more) along with access to an easy-to-use web-based variable data publishing system.

CRC’s Nucleus is designed to provide the tools and information needed to streamline workflow and maximize profitability. Nucleus includes customizable dashboards, industry specific estimating, extensive reporting, browser-based CRM, complete accounting package, drag-and-drop production scheduling, comprehensive inventory management, and a fully integrated e-commerce suite.

Aleyant Systems’ eDocBuilder is an easy-to-use, template-based variable data application that allows customers to quickly customize, proof, and approve variable data documents, including business cards, brochures, and more, directly from a web browser. Once the order is placed, an imposed press-ready PDF file is sent to the print service provider for production.

“Our continuous goal is to supply our clients with the very best tools available,” says Michael Bihlmeier, director of CRC. “By adding the robust variable print capabilities of Aleyant Systems’ eDocBuilder to our popular e-commerce solution, our customers now have even more opportunities to increase their business.”

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