Y Soft has announced that its flagship product, YSoft SafeQ, can be integrated with SAP, a leading enterprise resource planning solution.
When integrated with SAP, business documents are processed through YSoft SafeQ’s secure print queues, and users pick up their documents after authenticating themselves at any YSoft SafeQ equipped printer in the company’s network. This makes documents more secure as they are not left exposed in the print output tray; the prints only process when the user is at the printer. YSoft SafeQ can also handle batch printing from SAP, and documents are printed in the original order. Direct print queues can also be supported.
In addition, with YSoft SafeQ’s reporting, businesses can account for prints originating from SAP as they strive to reduce costs and look for ways to reduce unnecessary waste and improve their sustainability efforts. Reporting also provides accountability for print activity within the SAP application.
Matej Štefaník, VP of Product Marketing, Y Soft said, “SAP is the standard in ERP systems, and YSoft SafeQ is the standard for enterprise printing. Customers want these two leading products to work seamlessly together. Our teams worked with customers like Czech Post to ensure the integration was smooth for users and provided the security and accountability that businesses desire.”
Y Soft offers three levels of integration between YSoft SafeQ and SAP. The initial two levels can be performed by Y Soft partner resellers and an organisation’s SAP administrator. Y Soft’s professional services team provides deeper integration for advanced functionality through the company’s available extensions and integrations.
In the UK, Y soft is also currently supplying three hospitals with the face shields: University Hospital Bristol, Devon Partnership NHS Trust and UHCW NHS Trust.
The face shields - which are being produced using the Y Soft be3D eDee printers are being donated for free to hospitals to help protect medical workers. Y Soft is currently producing around 500 of the shields per day, which can be re-sterilised. The plastic face shields use a piece of shaped plastic to cover the face and a 3D printed “frame” is used to connect the plastic shield, with a simple rubber strap to affix it to a person’s head.
See the assembly of the latest version Y Soft is printing here: https://youtu.be/-73X30RIroU