Peecho rolls out the Simple Print Service

The easy way to turn PDF files and digital photos into beautiful print products

09 APRIL 2013, AMSTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS
Summary
Today, cloud print provider Peecho announced the release of the Simple Print Service, a web-to-print application that lets anyone create beautiful print products from digital photos and documents and get them delivered to their doorstep.

Despite our love for digital content, sometimes we just want to hold a physical product, turn our family photos into wall art or get a tangible copy of our work for posterity’s sake. Today, cloud print provider Peecho announced the release of the Simple Print Service, a web-to-print application that lets anyone create beautiful print products from digital photos and documents and get them delivered to their doorstep.

The Simple Print Service is intuitive and easy to use, allowing for the effortless transformation of digital images and PDF files into physical books, magazines, posters, canvas prints and more. Unlike most web-to-print apps, the Simple Print Service does not require software downloads; it can be accessed from any browser. Users can upload any PDF and image file. Then, the service analyses it to suggest a number of available print products, eliminating template restrictions and the need to create print-ready files.

Just as Peecho’s Simple Print Button, the service leverages a global network of leading printing facilities to produce orders on demand and as close to the end recipient as possible. “In a world where everything is going digital, people are losing track of meaningful content,” said Martijn Groot, CEO and co-founder of Peecho. “Our Simple Print Service seeks to tackle this consumer need by offering an easy way to transform treasured digital content into physical keepsakes. Drawing on our learnings from our Simple Print Button, which currently connects more than 1,500 websites to a global network of production facilities, we developed a sleek user interface that allows people to create print products in minutes. The service works as a window to the world’s best printing facilities that anyone can use.”

Interesting for both Consumers and Businesses

Aside from catering to a wide consumer market, a white label version of the Simple Print Service is also available for companies, enabling them to launch their own branded print on demand channel. “For the first time ever, small companies and individuals can start a print business using the best and largest printing facilities in the industry,” said Groot. “Our service allows any company to capitalize on print without investing large quantities in production, order management and storage. We take care of everything, even customer service. There are no commitments and no minimum volumes required.”

The Simple Print Service incorporates a complete, user-friendly checkout and payment module. It supports worldwide delivery and over 30 different currencies, and is fully optimized for search engines and social media. The service can also be launched in multiple languages, including English, German, Spanish and Dutch. Companies simply need to create a Peecho account and purchase their own domain name to start selling prints to any audience.
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"“In a world where everything is going digital, people are losing track of meaningful content. Our Simple Print Service seeks to tackle this consumer need by offering an easy way to transform treasured digital content into physical keepsakes. The service works as a window to the world’s best printing facilities that anyone can use.” " Martijn Groot, CEO and co-founder at Peecho
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About Peecho

Using cloud print technology, Peecho operates as the intermediary between websites and the world’s leading printing facilities. Our Simple Print Button allows digital publishers to sell their content in print. Customers include Issuu, the Dutch Rijksmuseum, Deloitte and Sanoma Media.

Founded in November 2009, Peecho is a privately held company based in Amsterdam, backed by Peak Capital and DHG Holding. Follow Peecho on Twitter or learn more at http://www.peecho.com.