Print management solution provider PaperCut has appointed Synnex Australia as its Asia Pacific distributor.
The deal involves print tracking and control software PaperCut NG, which aims to reduce waste, control costs, integrate BYOD printing and improve security.
“We are excited to be partnering with PaperCut to address the print management and document capture needs of many potential new customers,” Synnex ANZ chief executive Kee Ong said.
“This represents excellent opportunities for our partners to complement their hardware print business.”
Synnex will be working with resellers looking to bundle PaperCut NG and Chromebooks to customers.
PaperCut APAC channel director Adrian Lowe said Chromebook users can print documents while providing system administrators a solution to manage, quota, and control printing of their Chromebook user communities.
“Synnex’s channel will be able to introduce PaperCut NG with Chromebook opportunities helping customers from day one,” Lowe said.
“Our PaperCut application is already helping over 2 million Chromebook users today and our partnership with Synnex will allow us to help many more.”