Repro Products is thrilled to announce that PaperCut v19 was named the Keypoint Intelligence Buyer’s Lab (BLI) 2020 Pick Award winner in the Outstanding Cost Accounting & Cost Control Solution category!
BLI is the world’s leading independent evaluator of document imaging software and we’re impressed that they have acknowledged the tremendous work that has been poured into v19.
“The PaperCut family of print management solutions continues to grow more impressive with each iteration” said BLI, awarding us for the fifth time in the Outstanding Cost Accounting & Cost Control Solution category.
PaperCut appreciates the rigorous testing and feedback that the testers at Buyers Lab provide as they review PaperCut software. It’s invaluable industry input needed to develop the PaperCut solution into the simplest, most valuable product of its kind.
It was highlighted that v19 had a “strong base” with OCR being one of the standout features in their eyes.
“PaperCut v19 wouldn’t have been possible without the inputs from the PaperCut family around the world!” PaperCutter Chris Goult from the PaperCut Go to Market Team said.
Printing is crucial, but it doesn’t have to be as costly. Printing is complex, but it can also be transparent. Printing can bottleneck a project, but you can proceed with confidence. So if you are ready to take the next step in eliminating printing waste, boosting efficiency, and gaining a clear picture of where your imaging outlays are being spent, contact us today at 770-434-3050, or by requesting a quote with the form available on this page. Repro Products is a trusted reseller of a broad portfolio ofsoftware solutions. Our technical experts can assist you with choosing and implementing the solution which best meets your needs.
To read more about what PaperCut has to offer,start here.
If you want to read the report overview from BLI, here’s thefull press release.
For more information about the BLI Pick Awards, and other devices and solutions that have been recognized, visit theKeypoint Intelligence site.
Original article by: Mikaela Copland – Marketing Coordinator at PaperCut, viewablehere.