CPR Introduces Cart-Scan V3.0 Software with Latest Search Technology
Cinnaminson, NJ CPR proudly announces the release of its newly updated, fully improved, cross-referencing software, Cart-Scan V3.0. This new version improves upon the already well-received Cart-Scan program. The update is available free of charge to registered users.
Cart-Scan received an unprecedented positive response at World Expo'97 with features such as ease of use, intelligent search engine, customizable fields and notes, cartridge information, proper sorting, and custom printed lists.
However, there is always room for improvement, and CPR did just that.
Version 3.0 of Cart-Scan features cartridge-to-model searching. Select a cartridge, and Cart-Scan will quickly list all machines that use it. Version 3.0 includes time-saving features, such as unlimited notes, automatic switch
search mode, automatic cross-referencing, multiple display options, simplified program updating, and more.
Cart-Scan is an all-inclusive program that contains more than 450 manufacturers, more than 3,500 models of laser printers, copiers, fax machines, and ink jets serviced by more than 100 engines. Cart-Scan will accept varying methods of input and partial spellings due to its Systematic Logical Reference. There is no need for search buttons or archaic lists of information to search through.
The auto-search mode feature, does not require the user to indicate whether the search is by manufacturer or cartridge. This feature is designed to automatically select the mode. With the click of a button, Cart-Scan's auto cross-referencing will also list all OEM models that use the same engine.
Cart-Scan V3.0 isn't just another reference list. It's a tool utilizing the fastest and most intelligent search technology in our industry to make your job easier.
Registered users can visit www.TeamCPR.com to get their free updates. A free demonstration also is available for those who have not tried the Cart-Scan software.
For further information, call (609) 786-6788, fax (609) 786-6798 and Email at Support@TeamCPR.com.
This article originally appeared in the December 1997 issue of Recharger.