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Características de PaperCut:

Usable and flexible

Sensible

PaperCut understand that every organization is different, therefore rather than force its features it offers a choice of features configuration and settings for you to make your own functionality/convenience assessment. From silent monitoring to authentication to print job confirmation to account selection , you choose the level of user interface that works for your environment.

Adaptive

PaperCut is designed to fit into almost any printing environment, it is packed with so many features and configuration options that no one site will use them all. We strive to ensure that the advanced features are available and easy to find when you need them, but hidden from view when you don't. The result is that the interface contains just the features that you use and none of the ones you don't.

Features in the user web interface may be enabled or disabled as required
Features in the user web interface may be enabled or disabled as required

Vendor Neutral

PaperCut is a vendor neutral print control/tracking solution that works with practically all printers on all modern networks. This means you are not locked into any particular type of hardware manufacturer or operating system.

Accessible

Because PaperCut is built using browser based administration and user interfaces support for assistive technologies such as screen readers comes standard as part of the browser. By contrast, applications with a custom interface must build this functionality in, and as a consequence it is often forgotten.