Print Tracker Renews Alliance with Compass Sales Solutions6 Aug, 2008
Print Tracker Renews Alliance with Compass Sales Solutions
Boise, ID – Print Tracker, a provider of meter read software, announced that it has renewed is alliance with Compass Sales Solutions. Compass recently released version 8 of its Opportunity Manager software, and Print Tracker meters can easily and quickly be imported into the cost per page analyzer.
Print Tracker is a non-invasive software solution for gathering meter reads,
toner levels, and service alert information from copiers and printers.
Installation generally requires little or no involvement from the onsite IT
department. The meter data passes securely through firewalls using the HTTPS
protocol, similar to how a web browser communicates with a banking website.
Print Tracker™ is used in banks, hospitals, and schools for both pre-sales
volume assessments as well as post-sales billing. The meter data can be stored
on Print Tracker servers or on a dealer’s database server.
Compass Opportunity Manager gives sales teams the ability to accurately calculate a client’s total cost of ownership for their document output devices, develop cost-per-page scenarios, print professional proposals, and generate required paperwork with the click of a few buttons. By importing data from Print Tracker, Compass Opportunity Manager can instantly make the calculations needed to develop a cost-per-page proposal.
"We are pleased to continue to work with Compass Sales Solutions in providing
dealers with the tools they need to succeed in the market place," stated Lance
Hale, President, Print Tracker. "Accurate pre-sales audits to gather volume
information are crucial to any cost-per-page program."
“Performing a document analysis and creating a sales proposal can be extremely time consuming,” said Troy Casper, President of Compass Sales Solutions. “Compass Opportunity Manager has automated this process, and our integration with Print Tracker further automates the initial data collection and assessment process.”