Print Audit® Releases Print Audit 6.7 with French Language Support & Enhancements5 Jul, 2012
Calgary, Alberta - July 3, 2012 - This week, Print Audit®, the print management company, released a significant update to its flagship software, Print Audit 6. Version 6.7 of the software includes support for the French language, as well as fixes for issues found in previous releases and many improvements to the core components of the program.
Users running Print Audit 6.7 on a Windows Operating System with the language settings configured to French can now view all of the components of the program in French rather than English. This release also includes several enhancements to the Print Audit 6 Administrator, reporting tools and tracking client.
Print Audit 6 is a suite of print management tools used on over a million workstations worldwide to uncover printing inefficiencies, enforce printing rules, and recover expenses from clients or users. Comprised of three components called Analysis, Rules and Recovery, the software can be purchased in a variety of configurations depending on the needs of an organization.
For more information on the improvements in this release and to download the update, visit: http://www.printaudit.com/software-updates.asp?id=1
About Print Audit®:
Established in 1999 and headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Print Audit is the fastest growing print management company in the world. By providing businesses with innovative and practical print tracking solutions, the company has helped customers recapture over $200 million in printing and photocopying expenses while saving an estimated 190,000 trees a year.
Print Audit is the most comprehensive provider of managed print services (MPS) and print management solutions. The company enables organizations to monitor and control their printing costs via a broad range of capabilities that include secure print release, follow-me printing, rules-based printing, cost recovery, in-depth print assessment and remote meter reading.
Print Audit has offices located in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, South Africa, Australia, Brazil, Canada and the United States.