PaperCut Blog

PaperCut 2020 in review… really!

I know what you’re thinking: Who on Earth would dare write a review of 2020, this garbage excuse for a year?

That’s actually where I want to kick this off…

This year wasn’t all bad – I made a list of PaperCut’s achievements to prove it!

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.

Pride at PaperCut

And just like that, Pride month is over for another year! Pride Month runs throughout June to commemorate the Stonewall Riots which took place in June 1969 and to highlight the impact that LGBTQI+ communities have had on society across the world. Here at PaperCut, we reflected and celebrated Pride in style in the final […]

This is PaperCut

This isn’t the typical PaperCut post that gives you a bunch of tips or how-tos about print management or anything like that.

We made this short film, you see, and I really wanted to share it with you.

Let me know what you think.

Composting and PaperCut: the perfect match

If I think about what really drew me to PaperCut, it’d have to be our software’s awesome potential to reduce waste globally.

So discovering that our earth-loving values extend to sustainable practices was terrific – and a real motivator to do my part locally.

That’s why I started up composting, right here in Portland!

Saving the environment a workplace at a time

With a name like PaperCut, it’s reasonably obvious where we stand on conserving the environment. From recycled timber in our offices to the development of an environmental guild to promote sustainable business practices, we’re keen on looking after our planet.

To keep us focused, we invite speakers into our offices to share the latest environmental news.

An Interview with Ad – our new Head of Global Sales

We sat down with our newest PaperCutter, Ad van Amrooij, to get to know our new ead of Global Sales a little better.

Being unfamiliar with the subtleties of Dutch pronunciation, one of the first questions was about his surname.

When the “non-technical” employees get involved in hackathons

Before you get involved in your first ever Hackathon (an opportunity to step away from the day to day, be inspired, think big and collaborate with people you might not normally have the opportunity) you definitely have an idea of what it will be like… innovative, fun, memorable and AMAZING!! It’s no wonder I was […]

Starting 2017 by investing in the future

PaperCutters are always about pushing the envelope and are never interested in business as usual. We therefore don’t want to spit out some lame new years resolution, as we statistically know that resolution fulfillment steadily drops down through the months of the year. Life (and software) do not reset every new years (except back in […]

A robot to automate printer trays?

If you think going to a printer to clear a paper jam is painful, imagine having to do endless tests to trigger error statuses on printers. Pulling the tray out, waiting for an error to appear in the UI and then pushing the tray back in again. There’s got to be a better way. Luckily […]

Are you ready to take on the Pie Face Challenge?

Nick and Patti at ITS. Chris and Julie at PaperCut. All 4 have had pie in their face, and now it’s your turn! In honor of the recent passing of a member of our Authorized Solution Center family, Alexandre Barbuat from Bluemega, we’re Standing up to Cancer and taking on the “Pie Face Challenge.”

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