Markvision Enterprise is a powerful, Web-based tool built on a database-driven foundation that gives IT professionals the ability to proactively track and monitor a portfolio of tens, hundreds, or even thousands of devices. With this robust and scalable tool, a fleet of up to 20,000 networked printers and MFPs, regardless of the manufacturer, can be centrally managed throughout the full lifecycle.
This new generation remote management software features an intuitive roles-based interface, allowing administrators to grant access to users based on individual roles and responsibilities. Four specific service areas are available to help manage the output environment more effectively: Asset Manager, Policies, Service Desk and Event Manager.
To coordinate the multiple tasks involved with managing your devices, the software is divided into four service areas: Asset Manager, Policies, Service Desk, and Event Manager. This roles-based design benefits administrators and users alike; administrators can grant access based on individual users’ responsibilities, and users are presented with only the features and functions they need to accomplish their jobs. In addition, the software models ITIL® terminology and methodologies, the best practice
The database-driven foundation is ideal for saving and retrieving information about your fleet. System configuration data and other device information are saved to the database’s persistent memory. For greater flexibility, you can locate the database on a remote server or on the server that hosts the Markvision Enterprise software.
The user interface meshes outstanding functionality with a superb visual design to provide a user experience that is intuitive, consistent and very easy to use.
Once installed, Markvision Enterprise is accessible from anywhere on the network using your Web browser. There is no need to install separate client software.
Markvision Enterprise lets you centrally manage your entire fleet, whether you have a few devices or thousands. Lexmark testing was reliably conducted with up to 20,000 devices on a single server.