The latest case study by ProcessFlows, a PrinterOn Partner in the UK, examines the Queen Elizabeth’s School in the United Kingdom. The school was founded in 1573, and is a Grammar School for boys aged between 11 and 18, with an established reputation for academic excellence. The school actively embraces forward-thinking leadership, combined with the latest in technology.
To increase their functionality further, the school sought out a mobile printing solution. This would allow their users to print not only from computers within the campus, but also from the ever increasing number of mobile devices in use by staff and students and supporting BYOD printing. PrinterOn was chosen due to it’s existing integration with Equitrac and the extra functionality available when compared to competitive products.
The school had this to say about their new secure mobile printing solution: “The new configuration has the potential for mobile print functionality which will enable users to print from mobile devices, like Smartphones, tablets and laptops. Furthermore, students will be able to send homework from their home PCs to print at school, so the print job can be released and collected at the chosen device the following day. In a school like ours with a very broad socioeconomic mix of students, this is another equaliser.”
To read the ProcessFlows case study, please click here.