With New Agreement, Print Tracker Info May be Uploaded to Supplies Network Database
On October 24th, Print Tracker of Boise, ID, announced a “strategic collaboration” with Supplies Network. Under the agreement, both companies’ customers can now request to have printer and copier/MFP print and copy page-volume information gathered by Print Tracker to be uploaded to the Supplies Network database for automated supply fulfillment using Supplies Network’s mpsSELECT platform.
Print Tracker clients using Supplies Network’s “Myprintermanager.com” solution can contact the provider to inform them if they wish to integrate, then call Print Tracker. Print Tracker administrators enable the integration ability within the Admin software, and dealers can then directed installations to upload data upon request. Once designated, dealer administrators can monitor exact dates when meter data is uploaded.
Supplies Network is a national wholesale distributor offering imaging supplies, equipment, and parts from over 80 manufacturers. The company provides SaaS (software as a service) and has relationships with various segments of the print-provider value chain, including major supplies manufacturers and dealers. It says reseller-branded drop-ship reaches 99 percent of the U.S. population within 1-2 days via ground shipping.
PrintTracker is an MPS (managed print services) software-solutions company, providing MPS software solutions for the imaging-device industry. Tools include meter-gathering software, advanced-deployment options, meter capture, alert generation, service and meter viewers, customized reporting, an adaptable TCO (Total Cost of Ownership) Estimator, Web-based account administration, integration of meters and alert information into a wide variety of ERP (enterprise resource planning) systems, and automated supply fulfillment.
- May 2015: Canon Partners with PrintFleet & Supplies Network to Enhance imageCLASS Printonomics Managed-Print Services
- December 2014: Print Tracker Now Provides Expanded Reporting for Brother Printers and MFPs