FedEx Office announced it now offers the ability to transform digital files into hard copies by sending documents through Google Cloud Print to more than 1,800 FedEx Office stores nationwide. Combining FedEx Office Print & Go and Google Cloud Print, customers now can access and print documents anytime, anywhere.
“Today more than 40 percent of our print business comes in over the Web,” says Anthony Norris, vice president, Product and E-commerce Marketing for FedEx Office. “We will continue our commitment to invest in serving the growing needs of our customers, whether it’s business presentations, brochures or posters.”
With the FedEx Office Print & Go solution and Google Cloud Print, users can submit print documents from Gmail and Google Docs on their mobile device or from the Chrome Web browser for Mac, Windows, Linux and Chrome devices. Customers can access these documents at any U.S. FedEx Office location by entering a unique retrieval code into the FedEx Office Print & Go self-service digital screens to select, preview and print; or they can choose to have their print jobs produced by professionally trained team members at the full-service counter.
Launched in January 2011, FedEx Office Print & Go also allows customers to access and print documents directly from a variety of mobile devices and USB flash drives.