Aleyant tFLOW 6.2 Released Today



tFLOW is a powerful digital and large format prepress workflow automation software solution that simplifies difficult file management tasks and processes to optimize efficiency and production throughput. tFLOW’s modern and open architecture easily integrates with any Web-to-Print, MIS/ERP and Output Systems.

tFLOW eliminates redundant manual touch points and provides team communication tools for today’s workplace. Customers, sales representatives, prepress operators and production teams collaborate in real-time 24/7 with total visibility, eliminating lengthy email chains, text messages and calls that cause missed deadlines and costly mistakes and delays.

We’ve updated tFLOW in an effort to continue making businesses more efficient, and your job easier. Below is a short list of highlights of what you can expect to see when you login to tFLOW.

Amazon S3 Storage for Archival

Orders and Jobs can now be archived to Amazon S3 for cheaper long-term storage. Companies can keep current work online while moving all of the hi-res data of older job to their Amazon S3 account. If needed, information can be unarchived and brought back into tFLOW at any time.


Inventory Sheet

Users can create inventory sheets for any Order with the click of a button.


Inventory Sheets can be used for organizing production as well as shipping:


Two-Step Approval Workflows

Users can now choose between one-step approval workflows (how tFLOW has worked previously), and two-step approval workflows which allows internal users to review proofs before they are sent out to customers for approval. The workflow choice is defined during Order creation:


tFLOW Now Available in Spanish, French, Italian, Chinese


User Interface (UI) Refactoring

Improvements in the UI provide a clearer interface as well as faster performance. See the new Orders area below:


API Improvement

API includes additional functionality, making it even easier to integrate with other solutions.

For complete revision history, visit here.

To learn more about tFLOW, visit here.