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Sharp UK details data deal with Intuitive

Sharp UK has entered into a partnership with visualisation tools provider Intuitive to begin reselling the Intuitive for PaperCut MF Dashboards.

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Intuitive for PaperCut MF Dashboards allow users to view data such as carbon dioxide emissions from printing and the amount of paper and electricity being used

The pre-integrated BI solution enables users of print management platforms to gain insights into their device usage, cost reduction policies and environmental impact – information they can then use to enhance production.

The dashboards, which are delivered with a complete set of standard configurations, offer users insight into where print demand is coming from, the amount of carbon dioxide being produced, as well as the paper and electricity consumed by printing.

Regular monthly reporting is automated and personalised for different budget holders, while the dashboards offer flexibility to view data from the entire organisation or filtered to show specific data of interest. 

George Davies, product marketing manager at Sharp UK, comments: “We are delighted to bring PaperCut MF Print Management Dashboards to our print management customers across the UK. As a trusted supplier, we concentrate on delivering solutions that add real value to our customers – and we believe that the Intuitive software fits the bill perfectly.”
Roger Stocker, chief executive of Intuitive, adds: “Intuitive for Papercut allows organisations to identify opportunities to improve the efficiency of their print management infrastructure. 

“It gives extra visibility to monitor the effectiveness of your print management policies and rules. This makes it a great value-add solution for PaperCut resellers, and we’re delighted to be working with Sharp UK.”

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