Newgen secures a patent for its new tech invention

Newgen granted patent

Mumbai: The Indian patent office has granted a patent to Newgen Software for its invention on “centralised controlled printing and administration.”

The office has granted a patent (No. 386151) to Newgen Software’s invention entitled “Centralized Controlled Printing and Administration.” The period of this granted patent to Newgen is 20 years starting from January 4, 2010, in accordance with the provisions of the Indian Patents Act, 1970.

Newgen Software’s invention facilitates centrally managed and automated printing which also safeguards document confidentiality. Apart from the regular mode of printing, it includes pull printing which gives users the flexibility to print their documents from anywhere.

Furthermore, this has a universal printer driver which removes the dependency on printer-specific drivers.

The printing system also helps in green printing and earning carbon credits while suggesting cost-optimization and paper-saving options, including black and white printing instead of coloured, double-sided printing, multiple sheets per page, and single-copy printing.

Furthermore, it offers an ROI calculator for quantifying benefits and savings while also reporting real-time print statistics.

“We are delighted that the Indian patent office has yet again recognized the uniqueness of our technology. This invention will facilitate enterprises with any time, anywhere, secure printing while enabling integration with existing systems and ensuring adherence to compliance requirements,” said Virender Jeet, CEO, Newgen Software.

Newgen has filed 44 patents to date, among which 22 have been granted in India and the US. The patents acquired by Newgen further strengthen its leadership in building cutting-edge, industry-specific applications, instrumental in driving digital transformation.

Annually, Newgen invests 9-10% of its revenue on research and development (R&D) and has a skilled team of about 500 people with deep domain expertise.

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