Princh was designed to be an easy, self-service solution for printing. This means library staff will spend much less time solving printing problems and handling payments.
Princh works for everyone
Princh was designed to be extremely simple to use and intuitive. This means that all users, even those less experienced with IT, will be able to use Princh easily.
Princh’s simple and all-inclusive pricing model is designed for the needs of libraries whether large or small. Everything is included in one price.
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What can Princh do?
Princh’s was developed to make printing and payments simple, ensuring that Princh can be implemented in every library setting.
Print from any device
With Princh, users can print and pay from their mobile, tablet or laptop. Princh is also available as desktop applications for PCs and Linux.
Reduce payment handling
Users can pay in-app with bank cards, mobile payment and with cash. You can thus significantly reduce payment handling and related bookkeeping.
No user accounts
Princh does not use any complicated account system meaning users don’t need to set up anything – no accounts, usernames or passwords. Just easy printing.
Easy and fast installation
Our cloud based printing solution is incredibly lightweight, self-updating, and many times faster to install than competing solutions.
All connections are SSL encrypted and payments are secure. We don’t store data outside EU. Stored data is kept for a maximum of 24 hours.
Princh’s fundamental infrastructure and design allows you to ensure compliance with EU’s General Data Protection Regulation.
World class support
With a knowledge base filled with solutions and our regional partners and Princh staff on call, you will never be stuck with a problem.
Princh is available in a many languages and more are added on a continuous basis. We currently support English, German, Danish, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish and Arabic.
Why did Randers Library choose Princh?
“The service has benefited everyone. Users don’t need to sign up in the system and, as the payment method is electronic, library staff does not need to hand any payments or deposit money in the bank. Now, the staff have more time to help users with borrowing books and doing research.”