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to some FAQs relating to PLANPOINT
What booking systems does PLANPOINT connect with?
PLANPOINT connects with most popular newspaper ad booking systems. It also features a generic XML based booking import module making it possible to exchange booking information with most systems.
We already use ADPOINT - can we share the booking system integration between ADPOINT and PLANPOINT?
Yes. In fact PLANPOINT and ADPOINT shares the booking system integration which means there is only one interface to maintain.
Does PLANPOINT run in the cloud?
Yes. PLANPOINT was designed to run as a web application from the very beginning. This means that PLANPOINT can be deployed to run on premises or as a fully managed hosted solution in our cloud.
Does PLANPOINT support my language?
Oui! Si! Yes! Ja! PLANPOINT comes with support for English, French, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Spanish and Dutch as standard. Superusers can translate and modify languages to match local preferences. Documentation however is available in English.
Which editorial systems are supported?
Basically PLANPOINT uses a flexible XML based interface to feed page and placement information to the editorial system. This means that PLANPOINT can work with most editorial systems.
Is PLANPOINT just intended for large publishers?
No. In fact PLANPOINT can be used by smaller publishers with just 1 or 2 titles to large nation-wide publishers with many titles and editions. The strength lies in the flexibility of setting up and using production templates as well as the scalability built into the cloud technology on which PLANPOINT is based.
How is PLANPOINT licensed?
PLANPOINT can be licensed to run on your own premises or in our Fully Managed Cloud. We have different licensing models ensuring a high level of flexibility when you need to expand or reduce capacity.
Do we need an editorial solution?
No. PLANPOINT can export and open pages directly in InDesign through a freely distributable InDesign Extension. This means that smaller publications that are not managed by an editorial solution, can still be planned and dummied in PLANPOINT.
Can anyone modify pages?
Yes and no. PLANPOINT can lock pages to be touched only by certain users. On the other hand pages can also be opened for other users to take over.
What are the classification levels in PLANPOINT?
Classification levels are defined by super users. Four classification levels with individual sorting and header properties can be defined.