Organizations of all types and sizes need to keep costs under control while accomplishing regulatory compliance for document security. Konica Minolta is here to help you by providing secure print management solutions to manage your print, copy, fax, and scan activity – resulting in cost reduction and streamlined processes for your organization.
Dispatcher Paragon+ provides invaluable insight into how your MFP is being used. Through the detailed output and cost reports, Dispatcher Paragon+ provides a comprehensive look at your workforce print behavior down to the user and job level. This critical information helps you optimize your operations, improve workflows, and your bottom line.
This powerful solution helps you boost employee productivity, reduces print-related costs, and provides document security by offering the benefits of full print management with enhanced scanning at the MFP, including OCR document transformation. Popular scan destinations include today’s leading cloud storage applications, including Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox and many more! As an added bonus, cloud fax is included to enable your employees to send and receive faxes from anywhere, whether it be at the Konica Minolta bizhub MFP or desktop.
Dispatcher Paragon Cloud V 2.0, designed to provide unparalleled integration of printing and eliminate the complexities associated with traditional setups. The new platform offers many updated capabilities including a new, fully featured single print driver with a single pull-print queue for all users across all locations with multi-vendor support.
Hassle-free printing for users. Users (and guests) can easily print from any device to any location, in a matter of seconds. Pull printing lets them submit print jobs from their laptop, mobile, or tablet. These print jobs are held in a secure queue until the user authenticates at any device, using PIN code, swipe card, or QR code to release the documents. This minimizes the risk of confidential data falling into the wrong hands or non-vital print jobs getting printed.