Educational Software Thread, Print Management solutions in Technical; I've been looking at various print management solutions, namely Safecom, Print Audit 5 and Print Manager PLus, is anyone using ...
22nd June 2009, 10:16 PM #1
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Print Management solutions
I've been looking at various print management solutions, namely Safecom, Print Audit 5 and Print Manager PLus, is anyone using these products if so what are your opinions.
Thanks in advance for the feedback
22nd June 2009, 10:23 PM #2
Take a look at PaperCut. We use it and it works flawlessly.
22nd June 2009, 10:37 PM #3
I would also recommend PaperCut, we use and have no problems at all. you can download the free verison here: http://www.papercut.com/products/free_software/
If you have some pennies in the budget to spare, maybe look at purchasing it too:
PaperCut ChargeBack - Pricing & Licensing
24th June 2009, 04:22 AM #4
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Just a minor correction to this post. The best application for education/school is PaperCut NG. PaperCut ChargeBack is for business - mainly engineering firms that need to charge printing to one of thousands of project accounts. It has an advanced popup that facilitates keyword searching of these accounts. PaperCut NG on the other hand specifically designed for education (and is much cheaper than the prices linked to above!) The price list for PaperCut NG is here:
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2nd May 2013, 09:18 AM #5
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Hey, I have been using Print Audit for my organization since a long time. It has not only helped make the printing business cost effective, but also reduced a lot of paper wastage. Moreover, it gives me the flexibility to release the print from my Smartphone or laptop, wherever I may be. I am very happy with the results and would rate it positively for the purpose.
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