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Kelly Seed Manages Sales Workflow, from Orders to Delivery, with RPM Remote Print Manager

Headquartered in Hartford, Alabama, Kelly Seed sells seed and fertilizer to farmers throughout Alabama and neighboring states, supported by three branch locations. As with any retail business, and particularly because the company is on a first name relationship with many customers, it’s critical to accurately process and deliver orders. To do so, Kelly Seed has relied on the technology expertise of Action Computer Sales & Service, based in Dothan, Alabama, and serving SMB customers for over 30 years.

Voyage Federal Credit Union Manages Digital Signatures With RPM Remote Print Manager

Headquartered in Sioux Falls, South Dakota, Voyage Federal Credit Union serves about 10,000 members through its main office and three nearby branch offices. Founded in 1939 to serve employees of Northwestern Bell Telephone Company and their families, Voyage FCU has grown to offer services to those in Minnehaha and Lincoln Counties.

Connect Credit Union Manages Customer Receipts With RPM Remote Print Manager

Connect CUHeadquartered in Fort Lauderdale, Connect Credit Union serves over 6,300 members through its main office and five branch offices in Florida.

RPM Remote Print Manager Helps CIT Group Manage and Optimize High Volume Printing Across 15 Locations

CIT Group, Inc. was founded and incorporated in 1975. The company employs about 450 people, spread among headquarters in Normal, Illinois, and 14 other locations across the state. CIT Group sells and services heavy and medium-duty trucks, and related equipment, and provides the most complete inventory of parts and the highest quality of mechanical and body repair services available. More information is online at http://www.cittrucks.com/.

Archdiocese of Chicago Digitizes Financial Documents for On Demand Access and Analysis

The Archdiocese of Chicago serves more than 2.3 million Catholics in Northeastern Illinois, and oversees six colleges and universities, 215 elementary schools, 40 secondary schools, 20 hospitals, 47 cemeteries, and 357 parishes. In addition, its Catholic Charities division serves about one million people, at over 150 locations.

Spaces and underscores

Please review the article RPM file naming as background to this article.

Sometime on or around version, a bug was unintentionally introduced which converted the ASCII space character to an underscore during output.

RPM file naming

Print job specific data

One of the primary uses of RPM Remote Print Manager® (RPM) is its ability to save print data to a file. This functionality is useful in a variety of situations, two of which are:

  • To preserve paper and the environment.
  • Integration with third-party software with a folder watcher feature.

RPM offers access to a large number of variables for naming a file. Here is a fairly comprehensive list.

How to print PDF files from RPM Remote Print Manager

In this article we explain how to print PDF files from our RPM Remote Print Manager® (RPM) product directly to a Windows printer. 

There are several reasons you may want to do this:

How to print PDF files from a command line to a Windows printer

This article discusses one way to print PDF files to a specific Windows printer, on the command line, using RPM Remote Print Manager®

What is the benefit to this? It's simple to print from any PDF viewer program. However, the method we outline below lets you print every PDF file you send to your system. Many people use RPM to print, and at the same time, submit the PDF to a document management system or archive to disk. Often they use RPM to watermark the PDF first.

INTELLIscribe: Third Party Integration

One of our goals for all our products is for them to be part of a 3rd party solution, where that makes sense for the customer. We feel it is a better solution for everyone if the vendors cooperate, so we plan for that up front. Our INTELLIscribe product primarily acts as a Windows port monitor, taking your fully processed Windows print job and sending it to one or more printers on your network. Typically this is completely user-driven; when you print from your Windows application, INTELLIscribe kicks in and does its work.

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