Jacksonville Beach, FL— Virtual Systems, a leading provider of Print and Mail MIS software, announced that Print Time has completed implementing Virtual Systems’ Midnight software.
We chose Midnight for our MIS because of its ability to seamlessly integrate with our existing storefronts and accounting system, says Jeremy Johnson, Assistant Manager at Print Time. “We are leveraging the system to achieve new efficiency gains. Since implementing Midnight software we have consolidated many workflows into a single platform, eliminated redundancies, and simplified the process of doing estimates.
For its customers, Print Time anticipates quicker turns on estimates and online job status updates. Furthermore, customers will directly benefit directly from the advanced scheduling tools that Midnight provides.
“My favorite part of the Print Time implementation is that they have now combined their automated web-to-print workflows with standard job entry resulting in a single system-of-record for all orders, said Chris Huber, President of Virtual Systems. “In this case, 60-70% of Print Time orders are received through PageDNA storefronts and the balance is hand entered. So having all jobs go seamlessly into midnight eases the task of tracking and billing each order.”
About Virtual Systems: Virtual Systems’ award winning Midnight software is 100% browser based and can be run from either the cloud or on premise at your location. Access your information from anywhere using tablets and mobile devices. With powerful dashboards and APIs, companies can easily manage all facets of their business. The revolutionary technology allows companies to leverage all their investments to gain a competitive edge and ultimately please customers.
About Print Time: Based in Kansas City MO, Print Time has been operating since 1985 and was founded on the simple belief “Printing delivered on time every time”. Since its inception, the company has now grown to multiple locations with over 100 employees and created a wide array of service offerings including online storefronts”.