ThinPrint Cloud Services Inc., provider of the world’s leading cloud printing services today announces the successful relaunch of the ezeep brand and its market-leading technology for printing in coworking spaces. Leading the relaunch is Christoph Hammer, new CEO and President of ThinPrint Cloud Services Inc. and longtime executive at ThinPrint – the leading provider of print management software and services for businesses.
In mid 2015, ThinPrint announced its acquisition of the technology and trademarks of ezeep, the leading print solution provider for coworking spaces. Migration and optimization measures to raise the quality of the service to ThinPrint’s standards were completed by the end of 2015. Since then, previous customers were won back and new customers signed up. The increasing number of customers and usage of the service set ezeep and ThinPrint Cloud Services on a renewed course of growth.
ezeep is now a trademark of ThinPrint Cloud Services Inc. in Denver, Colorado. ThinPrint Cloud Services, Inc., is responsible for all public cloud activities of ThinPrint. This includes ThinPrint Cloud Printer, the leading mobile cloud printing solution that enables printing from virtually any device to any printer.
After Hammer was named CEO of ThinPrint Cloud Services, he successfully put together a team and developed a strategy for strengthening ezeep and ThinPrint Cloud Printer services.
Before his work for ThinPrint Cloud Services, Hammer held various executive positions at both ThinPrint and Cortado. He’s held the titles of managing consultant, senior vice president of professional services, chief technology officer and chief information officer. His specialized professional passion and experience are marked by his in-depth knowledge of software-supported printing and print services. Hammer has a degree in computer science from the Technical University of Berlin and is a welcome speaker at international conferences and trade shows.
“It was a tough job, but now our relaunch is perfect with all services running smoothly,” said Christoph Hammer, CEO and president of ThinPrint Cloud Services. “Approximately 600,000 users are enjoying reliable print services. We are now focusing on further expanding the technology and features of ezeep to provide an easy and optimized cloud printing experience for coworking spaces operators, institutions, and of course their customers.”
The target group for ezeep print services is primarily coworking spaces. However, institutions and companies in which users share the print infrastructure, such as universities, benefit from ezeep’s services as well.