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Distributed printing allows to realize a lot of different scenarios. Hereafter we´ll present you the most common cases:

Print job

You can print a job multiple times on different printers.
Example: when you print an invoice, the bookkeeping department retrieves automatically a print job on their printer.
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Forwarding / Rerouting

You can forward print jobs based on rules. Commonly used like this:
Every print job with more than x pages will be forwarded to the big monochrome printer which has a cheap page price, or if special words do appear in the job, print on another printer.
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for optimizing and utilizing your printer fleet. Escpecially when it comes to big print jobs like monthly payroll accounting print jobs, which must be printed as fast as possible.
Cut a long story short: Workload balancing will allow you to split your big single job to your printers.
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Job Rotation

ELP can rotate jobs between printers to give them a common workload. E.g. high volume fax receiving split on several printers. Together with Monitored Printing you even ensure that each document is 100% printed.
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Job splitting for forms / archiving

If you have an invoice print job including e.g. 100 invoices and you want
to archive/e-mail each single invoice, W-ELP allows you to split your big job into small pieces.
This will enable you to add forms or archive/e-mail every single document.
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E-mail and fax Connectivity

Output print jobs not only to a printer, but also or just send it via fax or e-mail as PDF attachment to static recipients (like a service account) or search the print job for the recipient.
Your subject and body text can be predefined and can include variables out of the data stream.
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External software

In addition own external applications can be developed for example using Visual Basic. For example it can open customized dialogs for sending the job to the desired printer.
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