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Synnex adds PaperCut print management to APAC portfolio

23 May 2019

Print management solution provider PaperCut has appointed Synnex Australia as a distributor for the Asia-Pacific region for PaperCut NG.

Founded over twenty years ago, PaperCut has now become a leader in the print industry, offering print and document capture solutions for education, commercial and the enterprise sector. 

Synnex will distribute PaperCut NG through a capable channel, getting the product into the hands of many more customers than is possible today.

“We are excited to be partnering with PaperCut to address the print management and document capture needs of many potential new customers. This represents excellent opportunities for our partners to complement their hardware print business”, says Synnex Australia and New Zealand CEO Kee Ong. 

Synnex has a large channel partner eco-system and resellers will be able to bundle PaperCut NG and Chromebooks together.

“PaperCut NG enables Google Chromebook users to easily print whilst providing SysAdmins a solution to manage, quota, and control printing of their Chromebook user communities,” says PaperCut Asia Pacific channel director Adrian Lowe.

“Synnex’s channel will be able to introduce PaperCut NG with Chromebook opportunities helping customers from day one. Our PaperCut application is already helping over 2 million Chromebook users today and our partnership with Synnex will allow us to help many more.” 

Synnex Australia ecommerce and cloud services general manager Michael Tea adds, “we have been in partnership discussions with the PaperCut team for the past two years and both parties have agreed that the timing is right to formulate our partnership.” 

“PaperCut is a proven solution, especially strong in education and has been around for a very long time. We are now bringing PaperCut NG to the channel to open up exciting new opportunities for our partners and print vendors.“

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