Last updateWed, 10 Aug 2022 8am


Further enhancements have been made to Linx PrinterNet, Linx Printing Technologies' secure, cloud-based service, enabling increased printer connectivity to its customers.


Linx PrinterNet offers remote monitoring and control of Linx printers via a simple and secure cloud connection. The latest release of Linx PrinterNet enables customers to use a range of different printing technologies, such as CSL lasers and additional Linx CIJ equipment, to manage their entire printer fleet from a single interface.
Designated users can receive real-time email alerts for faults, warnings, consumable replacement and proactive advice and maintenance from the Linx Technical Support team, all designed to anticipate and avoid downtime.
The Linx PrinterNet KPI dashboard can show at a glance whether production is on target for each batch, enabling production managers to track production jobs against targets, and make changes to ensure batches finish on time to meet customer deadlines.
In addition, the remote backup and restore facility guarantees users that a copy of their printer settings and messages are safely stored in a secure cloud, eliminating the need for a USB drive. The secure message store allows managers to control which messages are stored on each printer to reduce the risk of operator error through selection of the wrong message or by editing messages incorrectly. Furthermore, customers decide when to run a software upgrade to fit in around their production schedule, saving valuable time and making sure their printers always have the latest software and security features, and all without the disruption of an engineer visit.
“The evolution of Linx PrinterNet continues to be driven by what our customers tell us about what they need to make their daily lives easier,” says Zoé Baxendale, Digital Transformation Leader at Linx. “This additional support for Linx printer technologies improves the productivity gains and peace of mind we can offer our customers.”

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