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TCEA 2015—Austin Texas

Posted by Kyle Yardley on February 9th, 2015

tcea3They say everything is bigger in Texas. With over 450 vendors and more than 8,000 attendees, TCEA in Austin proved to be just that. Teachers, administrators and IT managers were on hand to learn about new ideas and products they could take back to their schools. I think its safe to say that PrinterLogic was a shining star for those looking to empower the end user by giving them a better printing experience.

The technology specialists we spoke with talked a lot about rolling out mobile devices, such as iPads and Chromebooks, as part of their 1:1 initiatives, but not being able to effectively manage printing for these devices. Their eyes lit up when we explained that PrinterLogic solves their iPads and Chromebook printing problems. The excitement increased as we told them at the same time they could eliminate their pesky print servers.

tcea2Also at the show were many current customers. It was great to hear how happy they were with PrinterLogic. Several school districts that stopped by were in trial and looking forward to rolling the solution out to all of their schools. Talking to them about how easy it is to push out printers to end users and offer them a way to self install their own printers using our Self-Installation Portal with floor plan maps.

This show gets bigger and better every year. It was great to be a part of it. Texas is a proud state. Managing printing is a major problem for our customers. We are proud to solve that problem by eliminating print servers and providing centrally managed direct IP printing while reducing printer-related help desk calls and empowering users to install their own printers.

Kyle Yardley
Kyle Yardley
As Marketing Specialist for trade show and events at PrinterLogic, it's my job to share our Eliminate Print Server message with the people we meet directly. For more than two years, I have worked in the sales and marketing departments and have had the opportunity to directly solve one of the biggest IT pain points our customers face—managing their printer environment. I am excited about our product and am proud to work for such a great company.

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