Print Audit (Calgary, Alberta) has replaced its flagship product, Print Audit 6, with a fully revamped software suite called Infinite User Management. The new software is “an industry-leading set of tools designed from the ground up to make user and print management simpler, more intuitive and feature-rich.” Business workflows have evolved dramatically in recent years due to a mix of physical and digital document production, the company stressed. And there was a need in the industry for a new set of tools to manage the complexities of the modern office. “Our development team continues to amaze me with its ability to design and deliver solutions that are far beyond anything else in the market,” said John MacInnes, President of Print Audit.
“Infinite User Management was built with input from our Premier Members and their customers. The result of that collaboration is the strongest offering we’ve released to date – and we know the office equipment channel is going to love it as much as we do.” Infinite User Management is the second addition to the Print Audit Infinite family of solutions. It brings dealers and their customers a more streamlined and secure way to manage devices, documents and users,” he added. Some of the software’s new features include:
User-based licensing. “As SBB (Seat-Based Billing) continues to replace CPP (Cost-Per-Page) contracts, user accounting and billing is critical, said Print Audit. “Tracking active printing users is far superior and more accurate than any other method.”
Mobile print tracking via Google Cloud Print is seamless and effort-free, no matter where users are printing from.
Ultra-fast deployment makes it easier for dealers and I.T. to effortlessly install desktop clients.
Intelligent printer matching. Printer-naming conventions leave a lot to be desired, said the company – and Infinite User Management does the printer matching itself.
Secure printing re-imagined. The new software can turn any network printing device into a secure release station with no input screen required. Users just tap, release and go.
Statistical reports on rules’ effectiveness. SBB requires a new way to measure the financial impact and effectiveness of rules-based printing to ensure greater profitability. For traditional CPP programs, the reports give customers actual evidence of rules’ effectiveness.
Established in 1999, Print Audit is a comprehensive provider of device and print management solutions. The company not only helps members remotely manage their printer fleets, but has also developed a variety of tools that enable organizations to monitor and control user printing behaviour. Print Audit was the first provider of RMM (Remote Monitoring and Management Services) to provide an SBB (Seat-Based Billing) model for managed print. The firm has offices worldwide.