Printing is evolving, with customers increasingly turning to cloud services to keep pace with today's business environments. However, when programs are moved to the cloud, printing is often replaced by a simple PDF download and the rest is left to the user to figure out on their own. What seems acceptable for proof of concepts results in significant effort for line-of-business applications. ThinPrint's ezeep is an innovative cloud printing service that ensures printing remains simple, fast and secure, even in complex environments with multiple devices.
The ThinPrint Cloud Partner Program, which is being presented at Microsoft Inspire 2019 in Las Vegas, addresses this issue by ensuring CSPs can easily integrate ThinPrint's ezeep solution into their technology and business workflows. In addition to the seamless integration of the ezeep software, a simple contract regulates the framework conditions for the purchase of services and allows dynamic, consumption-oriented billing.
"Our goal is to enable Microsoft cloud service providers to easily add professional printing support to their services while ensuring that their customers continue to receive one, easy to understand, consolidated invoice for all the services they use," said Frank Hoffmann, ThinPrint CFO.
Partners who are not cloud service providers or for whom the sale of cloud services is not part of their core business can use the ThinPrint Affiliate Program as an alternative to benefit from the sale of ThinPrint Cloud Services.
Interested companies can discover more about the partner model by visiting the ThinPrint channel partner page.
ezeep for Windows Virtual Desktop is already available here as a beta version.