Big Changes Coming

Change, it’s the way things are.

Printerpoint’s got some changes coming. A little touch-up, a little refresher and a whole lot more usability which will be setting the stage for even more upgrade goodness in the near future.

The Homepage

We’d like to introduce you to the new homepage. In this first phase of UI Usability improvements, our goal is to give you the information you most need in a hurry. We feel it’s important that you can log on to Printerpoint and get an immediate snapshot of the general health of your large format printer fleet.

Need to know if any of your Printerpoint Agents are offline in any of your customer sites? There it is on the homepage. And we’ll help you get right to the agent at hand with some quick visual cues. Interested in knowing if any supplies have run out across your fleet, or are in danger of doing so soon? Again, on the homepage. Same thing with alerts of any sort. You’ll see a big ol’ number letting you know how many alerts, if any, there are across your entire account and which printers are in most need of your attention.

We’ll soon be adding filtering options to each page to help you get to that information even faster with just a click.

The Reporting Page

Wondering what happened to the Device Summary Report you used to be greeted with? Check out the new Reporting page. The same, quick information with a new usability upgrade that allows you to navigate monthly through the summary report on a per-device level.

We’ll soon be introducing some deeper reporting functionality to Printerpoint, as well as an improved left-hand navigation tree and more granular control over user accounts. We’ve heard you and we’re getting to work.

Keep Up to Date

Although none of the above features need any upgrading on your part, it’s always a good idea to keep your Printerpoint Agents up to date. For instance, the last couple of Printerpoint Agent releases have included new support for Kip System K printers and DNS/DHCP Addressing support which allows you to never assign a static IP address to a device, if that’s how you roll, among other things.

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