PaperCut Partner Summit to inspire the channel to grow in 2022

With 2022 set to be the year the economy rebuilds, and the channel community maximises emerging opportunities, PaperCut has unveiled a brand-new annual event, Partner Summit 2022, that outlines its initiatives and solutions designed to accelerate its partners’ path to success. 

PaperCut’s support program for the channel will begin with the virtual Partner Summit scheduled for 9.30 am GMT on Thursday 17 February 2022. Exclusively for PaperCut’s ASCs, Resellers and OEMs, the event brings together its channel ecosystem to hear motivational presentations from external speakers including IDC and investor, advisor, adventurer, and alternative futurist Gus Balbontin.

Steve Holmes, EMEA Regional Director said, “at PaperCut, we’re really enthused about 2022 and we’re determined to make this a great year for our valued channel partners. They are fundamental to helping us achieve our goals this year. That’s why we are laser-focused on giving the channel the knowledge, tools, and power it needs to succeed. The Partner Summit is a great opportunity to talk about the product portfolio, the recent releases, and what’s to come from PaperCut that will benefit the channel. It’s also a chance to demonstrate our commitment to helping the channel grow through a wide range of tailored solutions, combined with the support, training, knowledge and tools they need to succeed and secure PaperCut’s place as their print management software partner for the future.”

There will be in-depth updates and roadmap reviews on PaperCut’s product portfolio including PaperCut MF and PaperCut Hive and attendees will learn how PaperCut will support its channel community in targeting vertical sectors including education and healthcare.

Additionally, they will hear how PaperCut Multiverse – PaperCut’s remote print management and support platform solution – adds visibility and control for partners across PaperCut products. PaperCut Multiverse benefits the channel by enabling it to move away from break-fix to proactive support models and to remotely monitor and manage customer PaperCut instances from anywhere at any time. Designed tech-first with the channel in mind, it helps make implementing, monitoring, supporting, and adding value to PaperCut customers easy.

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