Century Assists Alliance Schools in Updating their Technology
We go through a lot of wasted paper because people will run prints and forget and print it again. At the high school, we get a lot of cases where the kids will print and it goes down to the library printer, and, by the end of the day, we have a stack of prints that nobody claims, and it ends up just getting recycled.
“With Paper Cut, it put a code on there, so if I’m up in English in the high school and I have to print a paper, it doesn’t actually print. To print it, I need to walk down to the printer punch in my code, put in my number, then it will print my print job. It shows all of your print jobs and asks which ones you want to print, or if you want to print them all, that way you only print out what you actually need. So, it should be a savings.”