New Citrix integrations and more

Whether you're looking for print queue deployment in virtual desktop environments, EHR/EMR integrations, or more secure faxing APIs, we've got you covered.




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NEW Citrix integration

We've made printing in a Citrix session as painless and secure as we make printing from your own computer.

No more long list of printers!

Our new Citrix integration means Print Deploy is smart enough to know which specific printers each individual user desktop session needs.


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Less support calls

No more post-it notes stuck to monitors telling the doctor how to manually search for the right printer. Print Deploy now allows admins to hide the printers the user doesn’t need to know about.


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Simple. Smart. Effective.

Install PaperCut on your Citrix server, and BAM - when a virtual user session spins up, it automatically pulls in info about the user's physical terminal. Print Deploy automatically serves them the one or two near that physical terminal.



Interoperating with your EMR applications

Where can PaperCut MF easily interoperate with my technology stack?

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PaperCut MF available in Epic's App Orchard

We know managing a wide variety of software systems can be complex and time consuming. So we've worked with Epic to certify PaperCut MF in Epic's App Orchard so your printing solution is integrated into a system that already works for you.


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What about Cerner, Allscripts or the others?

We have hands-on integration experience that spans all of the major EMR/EHR systems. Whether you're talking to a bona fide PaperCutter, or one of our tech savvy Authorized Partners, you'll have access to the timely support you need to make PaperCut work for you.


It just works, no matter who's hosting

Whether you host your own servers or they're managed by a third party, PaperCut MF works "out of the box." The fun part starts when we look at frontend/backend printing or local/queue printing - that's where we come in.



What about faxing?

We know, faxing. With roughly 17 billion individual documents sent via fax machine - this "old" technology isn't going anywhere. So where does PaperCut make this workflow easier?

Send a fax no matter what brand MFD you're using

Most of our healthcare customers are looking to send faxes regardless of their MFD brand and want to connect to their preferred fax provider. So PaperCut partnered with OpenText, GoFax, Retarus and WestFax to integrate with PaperCut MF to make faxing easier.


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An intuitive and easy to use experience

The new scan to fax capability allows users to draw from their personal or shared/global address books. It also provides status updates and gives users peace of mind that their communication went to the intended destination.


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Protect data before, during, and after faxing

The most widely adopted delivery method, SMTP, comes standard with PaperCut MF. But we've taken the extra step to build a richer, faster, more secure fax service via API with multiple fax vendors. And the list of APIs we've partnered to build, continues to expand! 

Here are some folks who’ve already found better ways to print with PaperCut

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PaperCut has allowed us to focus on a more standardized fleet of shared MFPs and drastically reduce the number of devices deployed in each department.

We have also gained tremendous value in improving our security posture when it comes to keeping patient healthcare information accessible to only essential users.

Christopher Peterman, Southeast Health, U.S.A.

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Before I try the software, can we chat?

Yes. Yes we can.

In fact, you can chat with a real live PaperCutter right now, depending on the hours you’re keeping.

And if LiveChat’s not happening right now, you can always send us an email and wait patiently for a response.

Because you’ll get one. And soon.