EFI PrintMe Mobile for Easy Printing On the Go

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EFI, a developer of customer-focused digital printing solutions, today introduced PrintMe Mobile, an advanced mobile print solution for enterprises. In conjunction with the release, Canon U.S.A. has also announcedthe availability of the EFI PrintMe Mobile print solution for the Canon imageRunner Advance multifunction office products (MFPs).

A cost-effective, scalable and secure on-premises mobile printing software solution that is easy to use, deploy, support and manage, PrintMe Mobile delivers mobile printing on any network connected printer for users of Apple, Android, Blackberry and other tablet and smartphones, according to the company. Users are not required to download any software on their device.

Designed to increase business productivity and eliminate help desk headaches, PrintMe Mobile can help companies optimize their existing print infrastructure. The device and printer agnostic solution supports both new and legacy printing infrastructures.

PrintMe Mobile offers three flexible ways of printing from mobile devices without installing printer drivers:

  • Direct to Print: Enables Apple and Android devices to print directly to any existing printer on the network through the company’s secure Wi-Fi network.
  • Email to Print: Allows users to print an email, including all attached files, by sending or forwarding an email.
  • Release to Print: Protects security and confidentiality by holding the print job until user releases the file with a retrieval code. The user controls when and where the file is printed so personnel, financial or other sensitive documents don’t sit in the printer tray unattended.

A full-featured version of EFT PrintMe Mobile software is available for download and free 90-day trial at www.efi.com/printmemobile. The estimated MSRP for PrintMe Mobile is $500 (USD) per printer for a one-time perpetual license for unlimited users and printouts.

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