FedEx Enables Printing On the Go

— April 24, 2014

Since the launch of the company’s first mobile printing solution in 2010, FedEx Office has seen demands for mobile and cloud-centered printing options rise among its users. With the release of the latest FedEx Office mobile printing app, the convenience of these options is expanding to the millions of iOS and Android users in the U.S.

The solution is optimized for the iPhone, iPad and Android platforms and the app can be easily downloaded and accessed by on-the-go professionals who make up a significant portion of the FedEx Office customer base.

Whether a project is planned, last-minute or needed on the road, the app allows users to access business materials, customize print and finishing options, and submit the job for printing; simply access saved documents via Box, Dropbox or Google Drive.

“Every day, we work with business people to better understand their problems to ensure that we deliver the right solutions that are important to their success,” said Randy Scarborough, vice president of Retail Marketing for FedEx Office. “Our new printing apps help mobile customers overcome the common challenge of easily and quickly printing from their phone or tablet.”

Approximately 35% of FedEx Office online visits come through mobile devices and users now have instant access to a full suite of mobile print services through FedEx Office. Workers can print anytime, anywhere to one of the company’s 1,800 or more locations, as well as track the status of their orders and request to have an order shipped directly to them.

For business users accustomed to utilizing FedEx Office Print Online (POL), any job order started in POL can be finished in the mobile app—either way, businesses can further leverage the company’s network to access convenient, simple printing solutions from their home, office or on the road.

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