23 September 2010
St. Joseph Communications launches mobile printing service
TORONTO—St. Joseph Communications has announced it is partnering with PrinterOn so that customers can print directly from their smart phones at its ePRINTit centres. 



Mobile printing services provider PrinterOn’s PrintSpots allow users to print documents on any PrintSpot-enabled printer in the world using a smart phone or laptop. ePRINTit Ottawa general manager Mark Patenaude says the deal with PrinterOn has been in the works for about two years. “Our goal is to set up a cross-Canada, and hopefully larger than that, network of PrintSpots in strategic locations,” he says.”

St. Joseph Communications is launching by activating PrintSpot’s at seven  ePRINTit centres in Ottawa, Hull, Que., Halifax, and St. Laurent, Que.. Additional locations will be added in Toronto, Kingston and Petawawa, Ont. and Winnipeg. “We are trying to capture the travelers market,” says Patenaude. “The key is that we are making even a sales person truly mobile.”



No drivers or software are needed; users simply forward their e-mail with attachment to the unique e-mail address of the PRINTit site where they want to print; they will then be e-mailed a secure release code that will release their documents from the printer. 





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