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Wēpa pioneered a revolutionary cloud printing system that delivers a superior remote printing experience to users in the higher education marketplace.
Wēpa engineers developed, designed, and implemented the first fully integrated “cloud-based” student printing system for universities. Providing excellent customer service is at the heart of our company, but don’t just take our word for it, see what our customers are saying!
Wēpa helps OU students go cardless
Wepa is proud to provide secure printing with even greater convenience. The Wēpa team supported the NFC initiative at OU with custom integration work that can now be replicated at other schools looking to transition to a cardless environment in the future. It’s easy to imagine that campuses across the nation will soon follow suit and begin to develop similar contactless ecosystems for the services and structures regularly used by students.
Wepa helps support student-centric initiatives
By meeting student demands for cloud printing, Bridgewater State University now has the freedom to optimize costs and innovate lab space. The independence that students have using their personal devices to print will allow BSU to better utilize the computer lab space and push the boundaries to bring even more cutting-edge services to students. With the success of implementing Wepa kiosks campus-wide, BSU is now installing print stations at additional satellite campuses as well.
Wēpa serves student needs with a new LMS integration.
Because UCLA students use Moodle for course information, quizzes, homework, and more, integrating the LMS with Wēpa seemed only natural. By focusing on the needs of individual universities and then solving them with technologies that can be expanded to other schools, Wēpa developers are able to bring an agile approach to printing that benefits administrators and students throughout the network.
Wēpa kiosks assist in staff commitment to student education.
Trinity University's existing printers took up a large footprint in the labs and didn’t offer a viable method for mobile printing, something the university hoped to offer students. Full integration with the Tiger Card is an important part of creating a great experience for students, so verifying integration was the first step towards vetting a new cloud-based print solution. The essential CBORD integration means that TU students can login to Wēpa simply by swiping their Tiger Card and can also pay with their Tiger Bucks. By integrating with major campus card systems, Wēpa is able to help universities provide a consistent experience for students.
A powerful new feature rolls out to the Wēpa network.
The University of Oklahoma was looking for a faster, easier way to deliver rewards to students participating in an initiative to increase campus digital security. Wēpa’s team managed a fast turnaround—just a week to create a whole new feature in time for OU’s incentivized campaign. The cloud printing solution that was already in-line with OU’s needs suddenly became that much more powerful.
How Wēpa kiosks meet staff and student needs at Muhlenberg College.
A disproportionate amount of staff time and money was being spent on student printing at Muhlenberg College. By partnering with Wēpa to introduce a quota-based system, Muhlenberg is able to have greater control over printing and is on the path to continued savings. Wēpa has assisted numerous other universities reduce wasteful printing by transitioning to a reliable, quota-based print solution.
How Wēpa developed remote release printing for visually impaired students.
While the Wēpa solution offered kiosks of varying heights to allow for wheelchair accessibility, Pima sought to allow visually impaired students the ability to operate them unattended. Wēpa developers quickly went to work developing custom software to allow students to use the kiosks without needing to actually engage the touchscreen. The touchscreen interface that is so convenient for the majority of students would no longer hinder others.