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Also Known As
VPSX
HPE Output Server, HP Output Server, Output Server
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Overview
VPSX Enterprise software provides robust, scalable output management for UNIX, Linux, Windows, and other distributed environments. Designed to capture large document volumes from any application or platform, the solution can then store, control, and reliably deliver the output to distributed printers, fax servers, file servers, and other devices.
OpenText Output Management is a family of integrated software products that ensure reliable delivery of print jobs to output resources in both distributed and non-distributed environments - everything from printers and fax destinations to e-mail and Web destinations.
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Sample Customers
American Education Services, Purdue University, SUNY HSC University Hospital, HSBC, Johns Hopkins Hospital, AMB Generali Group, USAA, DecisionOne, Lantik S.A., McLeodUSA
Agilent, Allergan, Columbus McKinnon, HP, Iron Mountain, Moen, Valero

LRS VPSX is ranked 1st in Output Management while OpenText Output Management is ranked 2nd in Output Management. LRS VPSX is rated 0.0, while OpenText Output Management is rated 0.0. On the other hand, LRS VPSX is most compared with , whereas OpenText Output Management is most compared with .

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