Sir Speedy Offers EFI PrintMe Networks in Seven Major Markets
Press release from the issuing company
MISSION VIEJO, Calif.--Dec. 3, 2001-- Sir Speedy Inc., the world's largest printing, copying and digital network, today announced that Electronics for Imaging's new PrintMe Networks(TM) service is available in Sir Speedy centers in New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Boston, Minneapolis, San Diego and Orange County.
As the first U.S. print provider to launch PrintMe Networks, Sir Speedy centers offer their customers the convenience to send print jobs via any wireless communications device, thus offering mobile professionals a convenient new remote printing service.
"These Sir Speedy centers and their customers will have the first look at how PrintMe Networks technology helps mobile professionals work more efficiently out of the office,'' said Dan Beck, president of Sir Speedy. "As the first print provider to offer PrintMe's remote printing solution, we are giving our business customers a powerful new way to communicate with us.''
On Oct. 22, EFI debuted PrintMe Networks, the first complete Internet printing solution that enables remote printing from anydevice to any printer, naming Sir Speedy as one of its key launch partners.
The relationship aligns with Sir Speedy's core value of customer convenience and is supported by the company's global network of centers and the quick printing industry's most dynamic Web site, sirspeedy.com, which was recently named one of the best mobile Web sites by Mobile Computing & Communications.
"Working with Sir Speedy ensures that our technology will be implemented by a global network of centers that can serve customers wherever they need to print,'' said Ofer Tenenbaum, general manager of PrintMe Networks.
"We are excited to launch PrintMe Networks in these seven markets as part of our planned rollout to the widest possible distribution to truly enable our vision of anytime, anywhere printing(TM) from any device.''
The e-business objective of Sir Speedy is to provide more efficient ways for customers to do business. PrintMe technology allows customers to transfer files for fulfillment to Sir Speedy centers via e-mail, Internet-enabled devices and touch-tone telephones. Customers can be confident that a reliable print provider will produce their documents to their exact specifications.
Customers can begin sending document files to these Sir Speedy centers in January. Additional installations will continue in metropolitan areas throughout 2002.
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