Cloud-based print services made possible for customers in Singapore and Hong Kong with YSoft SafeQ

Cloud-based print services made possible for customers in Singapore and Hong Kong with YSoft SafeQ
April 23, 2019 – Y Soft® Corporation, a leading enterprise office solution provider, has announced details on YSoft SafeQ 6 use in private and on-premise/private cloud deployments for Azure and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
 
Customers of all sizes are moving to cloud services for many aspects of their business, primarily to reduce server and maintenance costs. Print services, including print, copy and scan workflows, can also benefit from being entirely private cloud-based or partially cloud and partially on-premise, commonly referred to as EDGE computing when an Edge device is used for processing print jobs locally.
 
Whether hosted by Microsoft Azure, AWS or other hosted data centers, YSoft SafeQ’s full print management features including pull-printing, automated scan workflows, copy and fax services. In addition, YSoft SafeQ’s easy-to-use online dashboard helps administrators manage the print fleet and monitor activity through reports. Customers can also export reporting data directly into business intelligence applications such as Microsoft Power BI or Tableau for further analysis using Y Soft-provided templates.
 
Wouter Koelewijn, chief product officer, Y Soft, said, “The effort made in re-architecting YSoft SafeQ 6 is paying dividends in our ability to satisfy customers’ needs to move print services infrastructure to the cloud. Y Soft can offer YSoft SafeQ 6 cloud deployment with the same pricing and choice of license or subscription as its current on-premise offering.”
 
Allison Correia, senior analyst, Document Solutions, IDC, said, “Companies of all sizes are increasingly moving information to the cloud. Y Soft’s approach to cloud-based print management and document capture provides the flexibility and scalability for IT leaders to implement the cloud computing environment that meets their needs.”
 
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About Y Soft
Y Soft provides intelligent enterprise office solutions that help build smart business. Our YSoft SafeQ workflow solutions platform is used by corporations and SMB organizations to manage, optimize and secure their print and digital processes and workflows. Our 3D print solutions are focused in the education sector where they provide unique workflow and cost recovery benefits.
Founded in 2000, the company is headquartered in Brno, Czech Republic, with offices in North and Latin America, Europe, Middle East/Africa (EMEA) and the Asia Pacific region (APAC). For more information, please visit www.ysoft.com.

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