Antamedia Print Manager is print management software with print control, printer management, user billing and centralized printer tracking. Protects your profits by reducing printing costs via rules that you set. Controls color, number of pages, times of day and many other parameters, all by the individual, by user group or by the printer. Enforces printing rules and policies with a central control panel and optionally offer a paid printing service for operations such as libraries, hospitals, Internet cafes. Advantages include independent database, avoiding extra licensing costs, no changes to your network or driver configuration, high scalability, detailed logging and statistics and easy installation. Print Manager automatically seeks out all connected computers and printers, without requiring any hardware upgrades. Not one cable extra. Print Manager helps with print control, printer management, user billing and centralized printer tracking. It's advanced features cuts down print costs, offers highly flexible user account control and provides detailed reporting and statistics. Group users from your departments and OU and assign them various group limits : print quota, group balance, time of day or restrict printing on business hours. Older systems needed administrative staff to run them but Print Manager can be used as a 'set and forget' solution, running the entire print management system on autopilot. If your current customers are giving you money then you already have the staff you need. Unlike conventional print management software, which is designed purely for cutting waste without any options to charge end users, paid printing is at the heart of the system. Different pricing for black and white or color, restrictions on page volume, pay as you go or prepaid accounts, it's all there. Offering printing service in your library is simple with our software.
Platform Windows NT/2000
Operating Systems Windows NT/2000,Windows XP,Windows NT/2000/2003/SBS2003,Windows Vista,Windows 7
Date added 6 Jul 2011
Last Updated 7 May 2012
Tags Print Management,Printer Manager, Print Manager, Printer Management, Print Control, Print Monitor, Track Printing, ROI, Epson, Canon, HP, Hewlett Packard, Kyocera, QMS, Xerox, MFP, Client Billing, Au