PaperCut Blog

Women Better Together at PaperCut

PaperCut recently launched a new initiative – Women Better Together, a place for women to connect, learn, amplify, and support each other.

Essentially, it’s an ongoing conversation where PaperCut women have the opportunity to connect and build each other up.

It all started with something as ordinary as that – just talking.

Hey look, it’s the new and improved PaperCut 20.1!

It’s that time again at PaperCut where we relax, rejuvenate, and most importantly, release.

Here’s what’s included in 20.1 as well as what’s changing in this release.

This release is also a little different to our previous upgrades, without further ado, let’s dive in.

Honoring Pandrosion of Alexandria for Ada Lovelace Day

To celebrate Ada Lovelace Day I thought I’d take the opportunity to write about another underrated woman of STEM, Pandrosion of Alexandria.

As far as we know Pandrosion developed a technique to calculate approximate, but numerically accurate, cube roots using a three dimensional geometric technique.

Just say thanks: PaperCut Wellness Day

The mental wellbeing of our PaperCutters is vital to us. So we wanted to just say thanks.

To that end, we offered everyone across the company a “Wellness Day” throughout July and August.

A day for PaperCutters to take out of the business and focus on what’s important to them.

How the pandemic’s changed printing (for good)

It’s hard to believe it’s been over five months since we made the difficult decision to close our London, Melbourne, and Portland offices.

Here’s what we’ve been up to during the lockdown, and what it means for the future of printing.

Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Belonging at PaperCut: Chapter 1

On June 2nd, PaperCut took a stance on Blackout Tuesday.

This simple act was a powerful step for us in solidarity with those suffering under systemic racism. It was also a statement of our commitment to begin creating organizational change from within PaperCut.

It was only the beginning for us as an organization.

Helping you find better ways to return to the workplace

When we go back to our workplaces, we’ll need to work differently.

We’ll be working in a touchfree manner. Allowing for more flexibility in how and where we work. Plus, we’ll be more mindful of wastage and cost saving opportunities than ever before.

The PaperCut ecosystem can help you plan for those challenges.