eLynxx Signs Agreement with the U.S. Chamber, Provides Software for Managed Projects
CHAMBERSBURG, PA: eLynxx Solutions, provider of cloud software for sourcing and management, has signed an agreement with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to deliver its software to the Chamber to help manage and execute projects involving custom printed materials.
eLynxx software comes with backup and security, and automates users’ processes. It delivers transparent communication and complete reporting.
The main highlights of the software are End-to-End Collaboration, which provides a formal means for collaboration among the people who create marketing and communication materials and those who approve, produce, distribute, implement and pay for the project; Spec and Asset Management, which ensures consistency between creative vision and final output, and also provides intuitive tool for sharing and delivery of creative and brand assets; Clear Budgeting and Scheduling, which automates schedule building, establishes proofing workflows and outlines delivery.
eLynxx Software also offers comprehensive data access, where users have controlled access to operational, qualitative and fiscal data associated with creative, procurement, personnel, production and payment activities; a complete audit trail and robust reporting that includes standard reports that are instantly available for download, review and analysis.
“eLynxx software helps print buyers across America work more effectively by facilitating direct relationships with their own trusted vendors. It’s a great honor to have our software chosen by an organization that stands up for American enterprise like the U.S. Chamber. We are confident that the U.S. Chamber will benefit from cost savings and gains in efficiency,” says Mike Jackson, CEO of eLynxx Solutions.
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