HP, UPS Store help customers print on the go

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Updated Oct 27, 2022

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HP and The UPS Store franchise network announced that more than 4,300 The UPS Store locations nationwide are now a part of the HP ePrint Public Print Locations network, providing convenient on-the-go print services to the small office/home office market and consumers, as well as to corporate “road warriors.”

Customers can geolocate the nearest The UPS Store location and then submit a print job to receive a secure retrieval code. Upon arrival at The UPS Store location, the customer provides the retrieval code to a store associate, who will print the documents. Users also can print documents multiple times over a seven-day period using the same secure retrieval code.

“By offering HP ePrint services through The UPS Store network, mobile workers now have the ability to be as productive on the road as they are in the office,” says Bruce Dahlgren, senior vice president, Managed Enterprise Solutions, Printing and Personal Systems Group, HP. “HP ePrint is a great example of the cloud enabling customer-driven innovation for greater access to information, no matter where you are.”

Currently, HP ePrint is available for more than 90 percent of the smartphone devices sold in the United States. By downloading the HP ePrint Service application on a BlackBerry, iOS or Android smartphone or tablet, users can print e-mails, presentations, reports, travel documents and more to a local The UPS Store location. The HP ePrint Service application for smartphones and tablets is available for download at www.hp.com/go/publicprinting.