PaperCut, a software company founded in 1998, is helping organisations worldwide to operationalize sustainable printing practices. PaperCut's CEO and Co-founder, Chris Dance, believes minimizing paper waste is critical to all verticals, making PaperCut's customers range from all organisations, irrespective of their size and industry. Serving more than 80,000 organizations across 162 countries, PaperCut's technology has enabled customers to reduce their carbon footprint, save money, and craft better environments.
Central to this success is PaperCut’s partnership with Google Cloud and DoiT International. The ability to leverage Google’s cloud and DoiT's expertise and technology has helped PaperCut focus on building software that makes customers smile instead of dealing with operational issues.
DoiT has helped PaperCut in various ways, from providing access to specialised support to the technical knowledge and experience of certified Google Cloud experts. PaperCut's developers have access to senior cloud architects and database experts on-demand, which has helped the company improve its skillset and retool its mindset for the cloud.
DoiT has also helped PaperCut explore their ideas and solve their production problems by leading architecture reviews for expert guidance in building for success. Despite initial unfamiliarity with a Google-introduced partner like DoiT, the collaboration has proven successful. Dance extols the clear value-add that DoiT brought to the partnership and how passionately they were about technology and helping PaperCut learn about it.
“One area that DoiT has really helped us is understanding cloud. Helping us retool our mindset and our skillset for cloud. As a result we’ve got a bigger toolbox to be able to produce our cloud software and DoiT’s really helped enable that.”
Chris Dance, CEO & Co-Founder
PaperCut's partnership with Google Cloud and DoiT has enabled the company to achieve its mission of minimising print waste and crafting better environments. The success of this partnership serves as an excellent example of how technology companies can work together to drive sustainable practices across all industries and positively impact the environment.