District cuts paper use by half-million pages

The Park Hill School District, serving 15 schools with 10,000 K-12th graders, saved over $15,000 after it optimized its printing operations.
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The Park Hill School District, serving 15 schools with 10,000 K-12th graders, saved over $15,000 after it optimized its printing operations usingEquitrac print management software. By consolidating devices to the most efficient and cost effective, enforcing print quotas to manage and budget for expenses, and implementing ID-card secured document release across all its schools, the district not only cut print expenses but also reduced prints by over 500,000 pages -- the equivalent of 60 trees -- and are now able to accurately budget for print expenses each month.



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