Cloud ISV directprint.io announced it is exhibiting at the CITE (California IT in Education) 2023 annual conference. The event will take place in Sacramento, CA at the SAFE Credit Union Sacramento Convention Center between November 27 and 30.
The annual conference, CITE’s biggest event of the year, brings together CTOs and Directors of Technology, teachers, administrators, and district and county superintendents and provides a forum to share ideas and information and discover the latest, best technology tools to help improve teaching, learning and administration.
The directprint.io cloud print management and monitoring platform supports over 5,000 printer models via Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 across Chrome, Windows, and Mac operating systems.
Visitors to directprint.io’s booth #924 can experience first-hand how cloud-based print management can revolutionize and simplify the way schools and districts manage their printing infrastructure. The company is a Chrome Enterprise Recommended partner, its serverless print management platform is the most integrated Google Workspace solution on the market and is deployed in K-12 schools and districts across North America.
“We are delighted to be part of CITE 2023 and have the opportunity to showcase our cutting-edge serverless print management solution,” said David Jenkins, CEO at directprint.io. “We look forward to engaging with attendees and demonstrating how cloud-based print management eliminates complexity, improves efficiency, reduces costs, and enhances security across the entire print infrastructure.”
directprint.io is a feature-rich, transparent SaaS offering that allows users to quickly and effectively deploy, secure, control and track print management. The platform is zero-touch and, once installed, no configuration is needed for new devices or end-users; security is built-in, local network printing ensures print jobs never leave the customer’s network. directprint.io delivers full, real-time print analytics and offers competitive per-seat pricing for Chromebooks, Windows, and macOS environments.