ACMP Multi-Site Plus

ACMP Multi-Site Plus

The new expansion extends far beyond the ability to incorporate locations and branches which is included in the standard extent of ACMP. We designed Multi-Site Plus for our customers with particularly high requirements when it comes to the administration of spread out locations, but also for customers that would like to reproduce multi-client capability.

Multi-Site Plus enables you to synchronize any number of ACMP-Servers in any direction with one another and even gives you the possibility to cascade them with each other. Thanks to the flexible configuration the customer, accompanied by a one of our consultants or a partner, can decide what is transferred where and who is granted access to it and can use it himself.

Thereby it is easily possible to fully control a branch from the central office and grant the administrator on site full control over his local computers at the same time.

Multi-Site Plus supports all established topologies

Multi-Site Plus can be fully adjusted no matter how the customer's infrastructure is built up. If needs be, the established topologies can not only be used for the connection of the servers, but they can also be mixed up as desired. Even the use of servers as bypass-servers, which only forward on the data without recording them in their own database is easily possible. Even complex and critical structures can be reproduced reliably and with high performance.

Unterstützte Topologien

Different data can be arranged individually e.g. so that client commands are only transmitted overnight but inventory information transmitted hourly and scanner settings only transmitted once a week. As you can see, there are no limits to your imagination when it comes to the settings.

Multi-client capability

Multi-Site Plus also supports you with the reproduction of clients in your ACMP infrastructure. Via the “Last Server”-function all data can be allocated explicitly to the particular servers and jobs can be distributed to all of or only some ACMP-clients of a certain client. The administrators of the particular clients can still use their servers as usual while they are being supported or even controlled by superior authority.

Your advantages at a glance

  • Manage distributes structures centrally and de-centrally.

  • Relieve administrators in branches

  • Every administrator only sees what he is supposed or allowed to

  • Set holiday-substitutes without an administrator needing to be on-site

  • Centralized client management also in strongly distributed structures

  • Support of all established topologies

  • Backup databases can be set up

  • Automated synchronization between the different locations