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.

What International Women’s Day means to us (Part 1)

As part of our International Women’s Day celebrations, we asked PaperCutters around the globe what this day means to them.

In the first of a two part series our team talks the personal significance of International Women’s Day and what gender equality means.

PaperCut goes back-to-back at the BLI Pick Awards

I thought it’d be cool to chart the evolution of PaperCut MF and NG at the BLI Pick Awards over the past few years.

It’s a handy way to highlight the key developments in each release.

And as my first PaperCut blog post, it shows the boss I’ve been doing my research!

PaperCut sustainability year in review

The PaperCut Portland Green team had a big year reaching Silver Certification status!

One of our goals this year was to check out and attend an event hosted by the Corporate Sustainability Collaborative. I finally made that happen last week!

PaperCut wins at the BLI Awards

We’re thrilled to announce that PaperCut v19 was named the Keypoint Intelligence Buyer’s Lab (BLI) 2020 Pick Award winner in the Outstanding Cost Accounting & Cost Control Solution category!

Phew, that was some sentence!

Read on to see why they liked us so much.

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.

What PaperCutters want to solve using technology

After a week of solving print management problems, I wanted to throw out a challenge to the PaperCut team.

So I asked them what else they’d like to solve through technology.

Here’s their wishlist (with a couple of thought starter solutions thrown in for good measure).