Pro Cloud SaaS has today announced a global partnership with directprint.io. The collaboration will see Pro Cloud SaaS expand its SaaS offering, enabling customers to leverage directprint.io’s feature-rich serverless print management solution to migrate print infrastructure to the cloud.
directprint.io is a secure, serverless SaaS solution that enables organisations to reduce print costs, simplify print management and track print activity. The cloud-based platform is zero-touch, once installed, no configuration is needed for new devices or end-users; updates are automatic and security is built-in. directprint.io offers competitive per-seat pricing for Chromebooks, Windows, and macOS environments and delivers full, real-time print analytics by user, department, device and more.
Pro Cloud SaaS is a worldwide technology services provider that specialises in making customers the hero on their journey to the security and simplicity of the cloud. The company has operations in the UK, US, Australia, Brussels, India, Mexico, Nigeria, Qatar and Zambia.
“We are excited to partner with directprint.io, a truly innovative print management platform provider,” said RJ Hines, CXO, Pro Cloud SaaS. “As a global technology services provider of the world’s best SaaS platforms, directprint.io gives Pro Cloud SaaS the ability to expand our service and support capabilities throughout our global network. Additionally, this partnership widens our reach into developing countries that we support. The platform’s competitive pricing model is also a great fit for certain verticals.”
David Jenkins, CEO, directprint.io added: “We are delighted that Pro Cloud SaaS is expanding its cloud portfolio with the addition of our serverless print management platform. directprint.io supports over 5,000 printer models via Google Workspace and Microsoft 365 across Chrome, Windows, and Mac operating systems. This partnership will enable Pro Cloud SaaS customers to modernise and optimise their print infrastructure, simplify management and make print part of their cloud-first strategies.”