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Pharos Uniprint 8.3. Welcome! . Your Photo Here. Name Title 585-939-XXXX [email protected] What We Do: Our Promise. Where does print happen? On campus, in libraries and computer labs, the office, the mobile student and worker, internal production center(s), and externally sourced.

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Pharos uniprint 8 3

Pharos Uniprint 8.3


Welcome

Welcome!

YourPhoto Here

[email protected]


What we do our promise

What We Do: Our Promise

Where does print happen?On campus, in libraries and computer labs, the office, the mobile student and worker, internal production center(s), and externally sourced.

We provide institution-wide:

  • Assessment and strategy design

  • Implementation and enabling technologies

  • Onsite resources and vendor management

  • Sourcing and supply chain management

  • Ongoing optimizationservices

    We:

  • Are supplier-neutral, objective and fact-based

  • Have never lost an account we manage

  • Know the cheapest/greenest/most secure page is the one not printed

To be an invaluable resource in the service of the increasing desire within many organizations to make every print an intelligent decision.


A glimpse into some of the customers we serve

A glimpse into some of the customers we serve

Yale

Princeton

Dartmouth

Harvard

Penn

Brown

Columbia


The biggest problems in higher education

The Biggest Problems in Higher Education

  • Expensive (with many hidden costs)

    Printing is likely to be your largest unmanaged, hidden expense.

  • No campus-wide view of asset utilization and true printing costs

  • Decentralized procurement and management of equipment

  • Huge environmental impact

  • Printing security/privacy required

  • Heavy demands on IT

1 library, 1 semester: 60,000 pages printed but never collected


Pharos technology is the healthy solution

Pharos Technology is the Healthy Solution

  • Omegas

  • Integrated MFPs (iMFPs)

  • Pharos Station


Direct printing and secure release here

Direct Printing and Secure Release Here™

  • Authentication is required to release print jobs.

User learns their account balance, the job cost, and releases only what they need.

User submits job directly to a device

, or to a held queue.

Print is released to the authorized user

Informed Print

User/device activity data is sent for reporting

No abandoned jobs or banner pages.

Unreleased jobs automatically deleted.

Limiting


Print release with departmental charging

Print Release with Departmental Charging

  • Authentication is required before releasing print jobs.

User learns their account balance, the job cost, and releases only what they need.

User selects a budget center, grant or department code.

Print is released to the authorized user


External user interface solutions

External User Interface Solutions

Omega PS60

Omega PS200

Upon authentication, automatically releases all jobs in the user’s queue.

Customizable UI for single-function devices or non-supported MFPs.


Mobile print benefits and how it works

Mobile Print: Benefits and How it works

  • No driver downloads needed.

  • Ease of billing when desired.

  • High level of document fidelity.

  • Same superior document security.

  • High availability and scalability for institutions of any size.

User receives “ready for printing” e-mail message.

Job is sent to held print queue.

Job remains in held print queue until authentication at device.

Students and faculty submit a job via e-mail from any device on or off campus.

First time mobile print users must register themselves for validation.

After which, their job is sent to the held print queue.


What else should i know about uniprint 8 3

What else should I know about Uniprint 8.3?

User experience with compatible devices is improved

Server reboot is almost instantaneous

Administrators learn device status with State Checks.

Jobs can be held up to 7 days before deletion.

Mobile users can print!

Admins can be assigned their own unique area/building


Credit card gateway

Credit Card Gateway

  • Powered by PayPalSecurely handles credit card information.

  • Always AvailableExtension to your web site; available anytime, anywhere.

  • Unattended accessSelf service utility, where users can add funds available instantaneously.

  • No additional hardwareNothing to install or maintain.

  • Campus branding


Pharos uniprint 8 3

What Pharos Customers Say

“The result is a lower total cost of ownership and a single, common user interface across the entire campus.”

“Every place we’ve installed Pharos Uniprint we’ve seen at least a 50% reduction in print waste. Before Uniprint we emptied the large recycling bins every day; now we do it every 2 weeks.”

“We usually go through four cartons (40 reams) of paper a day in the main open lab. On the first day after implementation of Uniprint, we used only three reams of paper.”

“In the first six months Creighton University has recovered 158% of last year’s print budget and reduced paper consumption by 78%.”

“Pennsylvania State University has been using Uniprint since June of 1998 and it has worked flawlessly from the day it was installed!”

“In just a few months, the change has been remarkable. We’ve seen a huge reduction in waste. With Uniprint, students only print what they really need, and they take whatever they print.”

“We cut our waste on paper and ink by 75 percent.”


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