Broadliner Exertis has unveiled a supplier agreement with Selectec to supply PaperCut MF print management software and complementary scanning products, enabling organisations to monitor and control print output. PaperCut MF can be used to track printing, provide simple reporting and set rules and restrictions to help companies to reduce costs, and improve sustainability.
Alistair Coyne, Exertis general manager for print, said: “PaperCut MF software can be embedded on printers, photocopiers and MFDs providing powerful visibility in any print environment. It can be deployed in organisations of all sizes to minimise waste, save paper and ink, improve document security and encourage end-users to improve printing behaviour with timely prompts to print in duplex or grayscale. It’s a great addition to our print portfolio which our resellers can offer to their customers in a wide range of vertical markets.”
PaperCut MF is proven to reduce a company’s print volume by up to 30 per cent. By assigning quotas or limits to individuals or teams and by allocating print costs to projects, departments or clients, it can enable companies to work more easily within a budget. Administrators can create rules that direct printing to designated printers, implement follow me printing or redirect jobs based on a defined criteria.
Stephen Hart, Selectec sales director, said: “we are pleased to be partnering with Exertis. Their dedicated print division and wide customer base provides a proven route to market within corporates, SMEs and the public sector for our software. Cost control and sustainability are key considerations for organisations, PaperCut MF and our portfolio of complementary scanning workflow products are effective propositions providing secure, easy to use and eco-friendly solutions.”