As you all can tell from reading our blog, PaperCut is very much an engineering driven organization. What does this mean? Well, in short, our company is stacked full of engineers and computer geeks! We love computers, love programming, and love working with smart customers. Our engineering team (as opposed to a marketing team) controls […]
Back in 2001 we received an order from Mercy Ships. After an online search into “Mercy Ships” it was decided it would be a nice gesture to give them PaperCut as a donation. How thrilled we were at PaperCut to receive a letter this week by regular post.
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 […]
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 […]
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 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 […]
PaperCut was originally started back in 1999 making it now 8 years old. The code written back in 1999 stood the test of time well and in fact remanent of the original code remain today in the PaperCut Quota. In 2005 we embarked on a project to re-architect PaperCut – the result being PaperCut NG. […]