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MarcomCentral Integrations

Third-Party Integration (Punchouts)

MarcomCentral Web-to-Print and MarcomCentral Enterprise Edition can be integrated with a variety of corporate enterprise and business partners. Exchange data through electronic data interchange (EDI) or connect to e-procurement applications from Ariba, Commerce-One, SAP, and PeopleSoft, or virtually any other software including legacy applications. Integrate MarcomCentral with corporate portals and Intranets and even corporate document management solutions like Documentum. Corporate users don’t have to learn a new interface to their web to print system, they simply place orders using their own familiar software. Orders flow into the print service provider’s system. MarcomCentral can also be integrated with accounting, inventory, print management and shop-floor systems, like Enterprise Print Management Solutions (originally known as MicroInk), inside the company or with business and distribution partners. Extensive support of standard formats like CIP4 JDF/JMF, PrintTalk, and legacy flat files allow you to implement machine control, retrieve status information, and much, much more.

Print Service Provider Benefits

  • Benefit from corporate print on demand opportunities and participate in corporate e-procurement initiatives without hiring a team of systems integrators
  • Reduce training requirements when users order from systems their companies have already implemented
  • Interface with shop floor management or print MIS to create a fully automated production workflow
  • Reduce the cost of integration with no investment in hardware or software, no software support fees and no integration expertise needed

Customer Benefits

  • Use current ERP or e-procurement systems to place orders for printed materials, including versioned and variable documents
  • No requirement for desktop users to learn new software, ordering can be done using applications with a familiar look and feel
  • Uses access and security controls and approval processes inherent in the enterprise applications; does not require additional log in or approval workflows
  • Streamlines buying process by returning purchase data to the corporate e-procurement system
  • Streamlines accounting by forwarding order information to existing accounting systems
  • Printers can provide integration to enterprise applications at little or no additional cost to their corporate customers