GreenPrint Gives Away Software In Exchange For Share Of Savings
GreenPrint Technologies has announced an initiative to give away its paper and ink saving software to large organizations in exchange for half of the savings the software creates.
GreenPrint says that its software eliminates wasteful pages in any printout automatically, saving time, money, and trees. The software analyzes each page of every document sent to the printer and looks for typical waste characteristics (like that last page with just a URL, banner ad, logo, or legal jargon). GreenPrint incorporates an easy to use PDF writer, a print preview, and a reporting feature which keeps track of the number of pages and the amount of money saved.
The “Get Paid to Go Green” initiative will run through the end of September, and is available to organizations with more than 1,000 computer users.
GreenPrint recently released a new font, EverGreen, which was designed to allow more words to fit on each printed page. Compared with common fonts such as Arial, Times New Roman and Helvetica, GreenPrint says EverGreen reduces paper use by 15-20 percent.
Earlier this year, the company launched a promotion to plant one tree for every copy of GreenPrint’s Home Edition sold through its Website.
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