PaperCut Blog

Pizza and printing: PaperCut TechFest 2020

Every year, across the globe, we host an event we call TechFest: a gathering of all the brightest technical minds from our Authorized Solution Centers.

For 3 days, a room full of techy geeks deep-dive into all things PaperCut and discuss the challenges which the ever-evolving IT world presents us.

Meet a PaperCutter: EP05 Chris the founder

Welcome back to Meet a PaperCutter. It’s time for a brand new episode, and you’re in for a special treat for our first episode of 2020.

While it wasn’t called PaperCut initially, the company that we are now all so familiar with was created over 20 years ago by CEO and co-founder Chris Dance.

10 ways to get NEAT at work

I don’t at all claim to be a fitness junkie, by any stretch of the term. But I have been asked on occasion what I do to stay fit (likely because people see me eating like a stray dog yet my pants still button each morning).

My answer: I live a NEAT life.

Meet a PaperCutter: EP04 Jack the frontline supporter

Welcome back to Meet a PaperCutter. The time’s arrived for our final episode of 2019.

In this episode, I sat down with Jack Lake, a key member of the EMEA support team to find out about his experiences since joining PaperCut earlier this year.

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.

Meet a PaperCutter: EP01 Rebecca the marketer

Want to know more about the team behind your favorite print management software? Of course you do!

In episode one, we sit down with our Head of Marketing, Rebecca Ballantyne to find out all about her role, her team, and what lead her to PaperCut.

Introducing Meet a PaperCutter – a podcast where I sit down with willing (and sometimes unwilling) members of the team to find out what makes them tick.

PaperCut takes on Labman 2019

I took a trip to Labman 2019. These are my observations from the event.

They’re hard-hitting, controversial, sometimes a little weepy, even.

Make up your own mind, if you dare.

Designing a job swap

A while ago I swapped jobs.

Nothing unusual in that. People change jobs all the time, right?

Except … this swap was only for three weeks.

Let me explain.

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