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CardSmith utilizes Monitor print and copy solution

Tuesday, December 18, 2012

CardSmith has integrated a print and copy management solution from Monitor Inc. with CardSmith’s cloud-based transaction system to enable cashless printing and copy services on campuses and other institutional venues.

The solution from Monitor, a provider of print and transaction management software, offers CardSmith customers a way to manage fee-based printing and copying services for students, faculty, staff and guest users.


In addition to a release station, terminal and machine-embedded interface options, Monitor offers a Web-based application enabling users to print or copy from any PC, tablet, or smart phone.

This bring-your-own-device model provides convenience to users while eliminating IT requirements for configuring and supporting traditional print workstations, said CardSmith. The solution is easy to administer from a single interface and works seamlessly with CardSmith’s transaction system. [end] 

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