Working with PaperCut software from Caltronics helps cut down costs for printing supplies by integrating the printing system into one easy program that can be monitored for use. However, this is just one part of PaperCut that makes it convenient for the administrator to track usage. PaperCut also comes with a ton of features that make it user-friendly for the people who will use it for day-to-day assignments, such as teachers and students.
How Does PaperCut Help Students and Teachers?
The following are just some ways that PaperCut can help students and teachers track their projects and paper usage.
One way that PaperCut helps with organization is through user tracking. For example, at your school, each student is sure to have an ID. PaperCut can be securely linked to their student ID to allow them to have their own queue where they can track how much they are printing and the projects they need to have printed. You can even set specific parameters for each user such as how much a student can print versus how much a teacher can print.
When printing on a global printer, such as one in the school library, a lot of mix-ups can happen where one student will get the documents and papers of another. The user-specific printing process is secure and safe, meaning that anything that is printed out will only be printed by the user who requested it.
One of the most convenient things about PaperCut comes from its global device integration. That means a variety of printers can be used on one global queue. The user can send a printing project to the printer from any device, including mobile phones, tablets, and computers. Once the project is in the queue, the student can use their ID on any printer in the system to print out their project.
A User-Friendly Printing Management System
All of these qualities are just further conveniences added into PaperCut’s printing management system. Overall, PaperCut can help you sort out all your printing needs by streamlining the printing process for students, while also saving the school administration money on wasted resources.