With the release of Control 5.75 there were two new major features added to the program. They are briefly described here.

What it is

  • Artwork Approval is a feature that allows a business' designer to group proof images into groups, then have customers view, comment on, approve, reject, or request changes to these proof images.
  • It allows quicker communication between designer and customer, and is fully integrated with Control's order statuses and the well-received Document Management feature.

Why use it

  • Contacts want an easy way to view and approve their proofs, without logins or email attachments.
  • Customers want a way to integrate proof approvals into their existing Control order flow.
  • Artwork Approval provides both of these functions!

Who will want it

  • Customers who need a system more advanced than email
  • Customers with clients that require an approval system
  • Customers who want an approval system that integrates with their existing production workflow in Control

Learn more about this new feature here: artwork_approval

What it is

  • Online Payments is a full cloud-based payment system that allows customers to receive payments from their contacts, and have that payment data posted directly into their existing database.

Why use it

  • Contacts want a way to pay for their orders online
  • Customers want a way to integrate online payments into their existing Control data
  • Online Payments provides both of these functions!

Who will want it

  • Customers who want a simple way to accept payments form contacts
  • Customers who do not have mobile-ready or web-based payment options
  • Customers who want an online payment system that integrates with Control

Learn more about this new feature here: Cloud Payment System (Online Payments)

3.6.47 (08/10/2016) - Not compatible with Control before version 5.75

1.3.45 (08/05/2016) - Not compatible with Control before version 5.75

1.7.11 (08/03/2016) - Not compatible with Control before version 5.75

06/25/2015

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