Print Management - Print Release Station

Vancouver, British Columbia Canada (PressExposure) November 10, 2008 -- CZ Solution Releases The Print Management Software That Reduces Wasted Printing by 35%

CZ Solution, a leading print management solution provider, has announced the new Print Management Software - CZ Print Release Station 3.0.

CZ Print Release Station 3.0 is print management software, best-suited ultimate print control solution for libraries / schools / colleges / universities of low budget, where print jobs hold and release is centralized and unwanted print is restricted. It also can be used by business for secure printing. Printing expenditure is brought down by charging for their patrons / students printing and copying; best management of resources, reducing accidental paper wastage and abusive printing and copying. This software tool has proved fruitful for many organizations to save unwanted printing cost.

"Thanks for the free trial. We are very happy with it. I don't know if I could have justified spend the money if I couldn't see it in action. I know that already we have saved on many, many copies that patrons were just walking off with as well as copies they looked at, didn't like, and then threw away. I really appreciate that companies like yours develop affordable solutions for small libraries. I started out looking at some very expensive print release systems and was thrilled to find yours. Mary Chasseur, James E. in Wickson Memorial Library, USA said.

Print jobs are kept on hold until released manually by student, patron staff or employee. The simple user interface provided by the software supports staff operation, unattended services operation in various modes. All the modes for users and workstations have common fields displaying user name, computer name, print job description, pages, cost, submitted, printer, color and paper size. User Mode with Login is provides more secure print environment with user ID login. CZ Print Release Station 3.0 provides best, cost effective payment solution. It supports the prepaid account payment. The self-support payment collection by coins, cards, bill self-service systems are most suitable. The staff can also collect the payment manually and release the print jobs for patrons / students without using self-payment equipments. CZ Print Release Station 3.0 is used for printing quota software accounting. This feature allows to set values to stop printing if single print job exceeds admin defined maximum number of pages. This software also allows to define / set values for maximum print per day and set free printing for per day / per term / per person.

"The CZ Print Release Station has made a big impact at The American University of Rome. Before installing CZ Print Release Station our printing system was very unreliable resulting in excessive paper waste. Now we run three user-mode "Print-Stations" in two computer labs. Our paper waste has decreased by 40% when compared to figures of three years ago, notwithstanding a 20% increase in our student body. The American University of Rome now has 550 students from all over the world, and we will continue to use CZ Print Release Station to manage our printing services." Salvatore Salpietro in American University of Rome, Italy said.

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About CZ Solution

CZ Solution has been developing innovative print management software solutions since 2003. Our mission is to provide easy-to-use print management software solutions for today's complex printing environments. Our products help automate and simplify the administration of printing and reduce printing cost. Our core products are CZ Print Job Tracker and CZ Print Release Station. For more information, visit


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