PaperCut Blog

We like graphs…

Rick, our first USA based member of the team started with us late last year. One of our goals was to ensure we had someone during US business hours to help speed up response times for customers in North America. We’ve recently run the stats across our support system and it’s great to see some […]

New Website Additions

The developers have taken a few days out this week from programming Java and C/C++ and switched over to HTML and JavaScript. We’ve added two new sections to our website: A New Tour The first area is our new product tour. The old tour was getting a little crusty. It did not show off many […]

Green is Out

I’ll have to admit I’m a bit of a pop culture junkie. Each December I like to watch some of the year in retrospective television shows that go through the highs, lows and woes of the previous year. As I watched the 2008 wrap-up of the most over-used words in use in the United States […]

More Success

We were quite proud to be nominated as a finalist for the Australian Telstra Business Awards last year and it’s nice to see our software helping some of our customers win awards too. Congratulations to Tim and the team at the University of Iowa for winning an Improving Our Workplace Award for their project to […]

Ride to Work Day 2008

Here is another “behind the scenes” post of the happenings here at PaperCut. Last Wednesday was National Ride To Work Day. This is an initiative of our local bicycle association to raise awareness and get more people riding to work around the country. Tom, Matt and myself already regularly ride to work (at least on […]

Novell OES Linux beta program update – a glimmer of hope

OK. It’s been a frustrating month for me (and all the prospective Novell testers). I’ve been in regular correspondence with Dean Giles at Novell with very little progress. The frustrating thing is that we have a copy (under NDA) of the “new iPrint”, fully working and running fine in here. However due to internal politics […]

Alles klar!

A big hello to the world and PaperCut’s customers. As a new developer on the PaperCut team I am excited to be part of the new directions in which development of PaperCut’s Print Management Software is progressing. So many things to sort out on the first day! Where is the coffee? Where is the stationery […]

Wow – What a great night!

Oh well, we didn’t win but it was a fantastic night all round. It was a great experience for us all and we’re very proud to have been a finalist in among a great group of businesses. It was a great night with good food, media running around doing interviews, and some dancing to end […]

We’re finalists in the Telstra Business Awards

We’re very proud to announce that we’ve been made state finalists in the Telstra Business Awards 2008. It’s a great honor be a finalist amongst so many other great companies in the country’s most prestigious business awards. It is recognition of all the hard work the PaperCut team has put into developing a great printer […]

From University to PaperCut

When I first thought of writing a blog article I wasn’t able to decide the topic for it. Then I thought writing about transition from university to work would be a good idea as every person has to go through this transition and experience the difference.

6-weeks early!

My first son William arrived yesterday. Unlike our planning here at PaperCut which usually run a few weeks behind schedule, my first child has decided to buck the trend and run ahead of schedule. William weighed in at 1.795kb (just under 4 pounds) – very small but strong and healthy. Both Mother and baby are […]

We’re hiring!

Many companies have a Jobs/Employment section on their website. We’re a small company with very low staff turn over and hence rarely advertise positions. We do however have one going right now! Quite a few people subscribe to our blog, so I thought we’d do some shameless self promotion and post the position here:

A turning point – students now want PaperCut too!

One of the students at Colchester Royal Grammar School in the UK emailed me last week to fill me in on one of their recent projects – making their school greener. One component of the project addressed printing and they used PaperCut and its environmental impact feature to draw attention to consumption. You can read […]

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