ACDI Partners with PrinterOn to Enhance Mobile Printing
FREMONT, CA: Gutenbergian technology of movable print is history now. With the world going digital, printing is no exception. Presently, printing has traversed from its manual era to a digital one, and with cloud printing storming the market, it is enabling printers to be accessed online. Observing this technological shift, Access Control Devices, Inc. (ACDI) a manufacturer and designer of copy and print control devices, has partnered with PrinterOn, a provider of secure mobile printing. This partnership will give ACDI’s dealer network direct access to PrinterOn’s industry leading mobile print technology.
“Our partnership with PrinterOn represents our further commitment to our dealer network partners, their customers, and the mobile printing industry in general,” says Josh Lane, President of ACDI. He further continues, “ACDI’s solution offerings now fully support the growing demands of mobile printing.” PrinterOn enables users to securely print from multifarious devices like smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop, to any printer. The solution is available in three editions which are, Enterprise and Express for on premise deployment and Hosted for cloud deployment.
The three editions ensure safety of the data while printing on PrinterOn's robust mobile apps for iOs, Android, Blackberry, Windows, and even Nook or Kindle. PrinterOn also bestows users with reporting features for controlling expenditure, enables compliance, and increases IT efficiency by reducing support calls and number of print servers. Additionally, PrinterOn smoothly integrates with PaperCut Software, a flagship software solution of ACDI to reduce waste, track printing and save cost.
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