We Understand the Pain of PrintingĀ®

Printing should be one click away. but there are so many problems which come up, making printing difficult if not impossible. RPM Remote Print Manager® ("RPM")  has grown through the years from all the print problems our customers have brought to us. We are here to help you solve your printing problems.
RPM is our software print server product for Windows platforms. RPM effectively performs the following:

I. RECEIVE: RPM supports the major print protocols LPD and stream (reverse telnet). Nearly any system—including Windows—sends print jobs with these protocols, so RPM will process your print traffic, no matter your setup. More info...

II. PRE-PROCESS: RPM changes data on demand, removes ranges of data, inserts and appends data. Clients frequently use RPM to change the input tray on a print job, adjust the text, produce a custom banner page, and break up lines and pages. RPM converts many formats to plain text. More info...

III. FORMAT: RPM handles a number of standard data formats out of the box. The program can be customized easily to work with proprietary data formats. It produces PDF, prints to Windows printers, and drives many non-Windows printers as well. More info...

 

IV. DISTRIBUTE: RPM sends a single print job to multiple printers, formats and sends emails and archives to disk—at the same time. Distribution is our specialty; RPM has features for more complicated print work flows. More info...

V. ARCHIVE: RPM copies to any folder, including network shares. You can build a file name using any job data such as name, title, queue, host, print time, etc. It handles file name collisions several ways, including guaranteeing uniqueness, overwriting or appending to an existing file. Many customers use RPM for importing into document management systems for just this reason, because they can specify the file name exactly as they want it. More info...

Windows version support

RPM 6.0 supports these versions of Windows:  Windows 2003, XP, Windows 7 and 2008, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012.

RPM 6.0 available starting July 1, 2013

We are introducing RPM 6.0 as a product release, available the beginning of July. We have added support for Windows 8 and Server 2012, but have dropped Windows 2000. In order to move forward and support the newer Windows systems, we unfortunately had to adopt tools which did not support Windows 2000.

This major product release is about a lot more than Windows support; we have done major additions and upgrades. Here are the full product highlights.

Industry news

September 25, 2012 -- DocuWare Corporation announces a partnership with Brooks, primarily using our RPM Remote Print Manager® product to facilitate getting print streams from many non-Windows platforms into their Windows based document management system.

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