Cloud-based printing service ezeep has announced that it have come out of stealth mode. The Berlin-based startup also revealed details of its most recent funding round – €500,000 from HTGF in October, following an initial angel investment from Thomas Madsen-Mygdal last August.
Founded in 2010 by Sascha Kellert and Frederic Haitz, ezeep offers printing services to small- and medium-sized businesses including wireless printing from any device – without the use of hardware.
Kellert, the company’s CEO, said: “Ezeep is a service that essentially removes the pains of printing and makes it possible to print wireless across all platforms. Our solution will appeal to businesses that rely on printing in their daily work or who wish to offer a printing service to their customers.”
The firms aims to create a printing solution that is simple and effective – users install the ezeep client which can identify existing printers on a network and use them with computer or mobile devices. Kellert added: “The vision is to offer everything from printer supplies, service, and management in one complete solution. By doing so, we will be able to offer a service that manages printing for customers and reduces the impact it has on their time, bottom line, and the environment.”