PaperCut Blog

New in 19.1.3: Canon rebuilt from the ground up

Canon users, rejoice! PaperCut MF now includes scanning for Canon (or “Scannin’ for Canon” as we like to refer to it). Not only that, there’s a brand new embedded look and feel, and it’s 100 times nicer and easier to use than before. Maybe even 1,000 times nicer!

Here’s a quick overview of what’s inside the release for Canon fans.

From print room chaos to calm with PaperCut

Web-based ordering has made it simple to choose your product, customize your order, and pay for it.

So why do we still see so many print rooms and reprographics departments relying on email communication to manage their day-to-day operations?

Matt Lee says, “No more!”

NEW IN 19.1: Fantastic scripting powers and ways to use them

With Device Scripting joining print scripting, today’s PaperCut admin has unprecedented control over user printing behavior.

From conditional copier access to on-the-fly pricing, it’s about creating rules to improve how people go about printing.

Join me in exploring three scripts bound to be an excellent starting point for any workplace.

Solving the printing dilemma in coworking spaces

Coworking spaces are popping up all over the globe. From Wellington to Morocco you can pull yourself up a chair and get working at a hot desk.

There’s one teeny tiny thing that’s frustrating users, though – printing.

Today, I’m going to solve that teeny tiny problem once and for all.

My journey to Print Deploy and beyond

The release of Print Deploy in PaperCut 19.1 didn’t just happen. We spent months and months on the project to ensure it was ready to provide value from day one.

In this post, I take a little time out to reflect on my personal journey that’s taken me to the Print Deploy release.

TL;DR – I like to fix problems!

Meet a PaperCutter: EP02 Desha the customer carer

We had some amazing feedback on episode one, so I’m back. This time chatting to our Global Head of Customer Care, Desha Sorlien.

Find out just how important one of our key customer-facing teams at PaperCut really is.

What’s so special about working at PaperCut?

Over the last few decades I’ve worked with a large number of different organisations in banking, software development, defence, retail, entertainment and so on.

I thought I’d share some of the reasons I find PaperCut a unique place to work compared to many other environments I have experienced.

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