PaperCut Blog

From print room chaos to calm with PaperCut

Web-based ordering has made it simple to choose your product, customize your order, and pay for it.

So why do we still see so many print rooms and reprographics departments relying on email communication to manage their day-to-day operations?

Matt Lee says, “No more!”

Say goodbye to print room forms

If you’ve ever stepped foot in a print room or FabLab, there’s a good chance you’ve come across the dreaded “form”.

You know the one – an extensive document a user must fill out specifying how they would like their files printed.

How would you like to say goodbye to it forever?

PaperCut and Job Ticketing delight a UK schooling legend

Brentwood School operates as one of the UK’s most celebrated institutions – and it’s done so since 1557. Wowsers.

What it hasn’t done for so long is maximize its printing setup. But that was before IT Manager Sarb brought his PaperCut-powered skills to the party.

Changes coming to printers with PaperCut 18.2

PaperCut 18.2 includes a couple of cool features we think you need to know about: Mobility Print meets secure print release and Integrated scanning for HP OXP.

Plus, there’s a bunch of other improvements we think you’ll want to know about …

What’s your PaperCut 18.1 highlight?

We’ve had lively debates here at PaperCut about 18.1’s biggest highlight.

Is it supporting end-to-end encryption on the network? Or perhaps Scan to Cloud Storage?

We can’t quite decide, but either way there’s plenty of great reasons to upgrade to 18.1.

Why FabLabs (and Jacques) love Job Ticketing

Product Owner Jacques Groenewald has recorded a demo of his favorite new PaperCut MF feature – Job Ticketing. Job Ticketing solves the workflow management problems facing FabLabs and print rooms.

And oh boy, does Jacques love it!

New year, new version number and an awesome new release

The start of a new year is always an exciting time here at PaperCut. For starters, it means a new series of version numbers for our solutions. As it’s 2018, it means our version numbers will start with (wait for it), 18!

It also means there’ll be a huge new release. And it just so happens that PaperCut 18.0 is here right now! Ready to see what’s in it?