PaperCut’s been solving print management for a long time – 20 years, in fact. That’s all well and good, but what about the print enablement piece of the puzzle?
Deploying print queues, for example? Now there’s a pain point that’s annoyed system admins forever, and it’s only been getting worse.
Yep, we’ve solved print queue deployment – and it comprises just one of several new (or improved) features in PaperCut 19.1. Let’s take a look…
Print Deploy takes the complexity out of print queue deployment by getting the right print driver and the right print queue to the right person in the right location, automatically.
Watch Print Deploy solve your print queue blues
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Locally Hosted OCR (On Prem)
Despite the prevalence of cloud services for business, many organizations still prefer to store their scanned documents on local servers or within their own secure hosted IT systems. Maybe that’s yours.
The new Locally Hosted OCR (On Prem) feature means you can now use OCR on your onsite scanned documents.
Language selection at the MFD
Great news: your users can now change their language choice at the printer and, uh… that’s it. Seriously. It’s pretty easy to use.
Much like OCR’s language options above, it’s an important new feature for multilingual teams – especially in countries with language laws like Canada.
Custom reporting and one-click report refresh
Organizations have been asking for more flexibility in creating detailed reports to go with the current set of standard reports available in PaperCut today. So, we did something about it.
In this release we provide a way to run reports inside PaperCut that you’ve built yourself using Jaspersoft Studio.
The PaperCut Percolator’s brewing
Plus, there’s a couple of cool new things bubbling away in the PaperCut Percolator. If you’re up for new things that haven’t quite been released yet, the Perc’s where you want to visit.
We’re super excited about everything that’s gone into PaperCut 19.1. Let us know in the comments below if you have any questions or thoughts or, I dunno, just feel like a chat, ok?