IPPD

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AcronymDefinition
IPPDIntegrated Product and Process Development
IPPDIntegrated Product and Process Design
IPPDInfoPrint ProcessDirector (workflow software)
IPPDIntellectual Property Policy Directorate (Canada)
IPPDIbu Pejabat Polis Daerah (Indonesian: Ibu Pejabat Regional Policy)
IPPDIn-Place Patient Decontamination (US Air Force)
IPPDIntradermal Purified Protein Derivative (tuberculin skin test)
IPPDInferior Posterior Pancreatico-Duodenal (pancreas)
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InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between IBM (NYSE:IBM) and Ricoh (OTCBB:RICOY), announced yesterday that a new version of its InfoPrint ProcessDirector workflow software is now available, offering increased compatibility with Windows and Red Hat Enterprise Linux platforms alongside a new command centre feature and additional new usability features.
The company said that InfoPrint ProcessDirector is a flexible workflow platform that provides customers with the necessary foundation to develop customized solutions, such as Automated Document Factory (ADF), Print On-Demand (POD) and Precision Marketing.
Among the new features is the command centre feature, which allows for centralised management of multiple InfoPrint ProcessDirector systems across the enterprise for maximum control in multi-site environments.
Pricing information for the InfoPrint ProcessDirector solution was not given.
Bangalore, June 29 (ANI/Business Wire India): InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between IBM and Ricoh, today announced a major enhancement to its developer support program, aimed at enabling partners to test and integrate new components into InfoPrint ProcessDirector (IPPD), the flagship output management workflow system.
Information technology company IBM (NYSE:IBM) announced on Friday (3 February) the introduction of its IBM Infoprint ProcessDirector.
The IBM Infoprint ProcessDirector is a software product for high speed production printers.
IBM Infoprint ProcessDirector is built on IBM DB2 Universal Database, embedded IBM web server software and the Linux operating system.