Track, control and influence smarter printing
PaperCut offers more than 50 reports out of the box, in PDF, HTML or Microsoft Excel (.csv) format. Access reports from any web browser, or schedule them to be automatically generated and emailed. You can set up reports to use your own header, and create reports with custom data by specifying date ranges, filtering and sorting by the data available.Get in touch
Solve BYOD printing
Your team wants to work on the device they’re most comfortable with – laptop, tablet, or smartphone; running iOS, Android, Chrome OS, Microsoft Windows or macOS – and PaperCut supports them all with its BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) features. Mobility Print is the flagship solution for mobile printing and BYOD, enabling millions of users to easily print from their devices, with a native print experience from any application. It takes away the complexities when working across different operating systems, file formats, and brands.
Cut printing costs
Detailed reporting of output and costs by user and printer
Track and allocate costs back to a department, cost centre, faculty or client
Simple to use and find the information most needed
Cut printing costs whilst improving work flow
Eliminate paper waste
Apply rules based print policies to minimize waste and maximize productivity, e.g, to prevent printing of emails, require large jobs to be duplexed or restrict colour printing.
By combining PaperCut’s filter rules, administrators can improve printer use, minimize queue hogging, and avoid wasteful print jobs.
Print securely from send to release
PaperCut MF supports end-to-end encryption on the network. That means not just security at the printer, but from the user’s device to the print server, the print server to the printer, and the printer to the user’s hand.
Secure Print Release increases document security and reduces wasteful, uncollected print jobs. All print jobs sit in a holding state until the user walks up to the multi-function device (MFD), logs in, and approves its release. This avoids confidential documents sitting on the paper tray until users can make their way to the MFD, or if a user forgets they pressed “print” at all.