New printers will improve efficiency
Tue, 24 Sep 2019

The council is rolling out new print server software called PaperCut, which will change the way staff print, scan and photocopy documents.

How many staff and sites will be included in the roll out?

Once PaperCut is live in all areas of the East Riding, staff will be able to collect their printouts, scan and copy from any of the 200 multi-function devices (MFDs). This will be particularly helpful to agile workers.

Rolling out PaperCut is a big job that will mean change for over 6,000 staff members across 100 buildings throughout the East Riding.

When will this be rolled out?

Because of this, rollout dates will be done in phases in different areas of the East Riding between now and November.

County Hall staff can expect to get Papercut installed between September and October and other council sites will be announced in due course.

Staff will be notified by email with details of their PaperCut launch one week beforehand.

What are the benefits?

When the roll out is complete, staff will be able to retrieve print jobs from any council MFD, at any site using their ID badge, without IT having to set users up.

The MFD will continue to have all current functions. Centrally, the council has full visibility of printing activity helping to save money and the planet.

Find out more

For more information, visit https://insight.eastriding.gov.uk/corporate-information/papercut/


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