How School Districts Centralize Printing With One Solution

How School Districts Centralize Printing With One Solution

Westminster Public Schools is a progressive school district in Northwest Denver, serving over 9,000 students each year. Because the district directed large print jobs to a single, off-site print shop, faculty members didn’t have a convenient way to print learning materials quickly without needing advanced notice.

At the time, Westminster Public Schools didn’t have a recognized need for print management software but wanted to shift printing back to on-site devices. While administrators at a few of the district’s twenty schools realized they had an exorbitant amount of print activity, most were unaware of how resources were wasted on unnecessary prints and copies.

The district assembled a team of key decision makers to determine how to save on print and copy output while making printing easier for users. Through research and recommendations from other districts, the team discovered a simple, cost-effective solution that provides complete visibility into user behavior.

Check out this case study to find out why Westminster Public Schools couldn’t say no to PaperCut MF.