Go green by reducing the waste of forgotten or unclaimed documents in your printer’s output tray
While printing business critical documents is vital to any enterprise, how many of those printed documents are truly high priority or are simply left unclaimed on the paper tray? Over time this becomes a huge waste and can be very costly to any organization. What if there were a way to encourage responsible printing while cutting paper, toner and power usage?
Plus Technologies has developed solutions that eliminate paper waste, track who is printing what, increase document security, and encourage a change in user behaviour. OM Plus My-Print-Delivery is a secure print release solution (sometimes called pull print) developed to ensure sensitive confidential documents do not print until the user is present at the print device and ready for printing to begin. OM Plus Stats Manager allows organizations to analyse and track the who, what, when, and where of printing, copying, faxing, and scanning in their enterprise. Plus Technologies also has a color print control system allowing quotas to be set on color printers. Once the quota has been met, printing will automatically re-route to an alternate mono print device.
Plus Technologies’ robust reporting engine allows organizations to better optimize their print fleet, estimate printing costs while also reducing their CO2 carbon foot print. Organizations with go green initiatives can take advantage of the many benefits OM Plus software has to offer.
Plus Technologies is launching a new version of their Stats Manager product in early July of 2017. The new version will have many new advanced reporting features with the primary focus on device based statistical analysis. By providing detailed reporting for both user and device statistics, organizations can get a more precise view of printing in their enterprise. Stats Manager allows organizations to monitor printer environment usage, reduce printing costs, enforce user printing behavior, provides an audit trail for HIPAA and other compliances, better optimize equipment allocation, identify and enforce print policies, and allows organizations to make better informed decisions involving their print infrastructure.