FedEx Provides Access to Google Docs
FedEx Office, an operating company of FedEx Corp. announced it has enhanced its FedEx Office Print Online solution with access to Google Docs.
This new, first-to-market feature allows users to retrieve files from their Google account for convenient printing using the FedEx Office application.
Whether a mobile professional or small business owner, FedEx Office Print Online users can upload files from their Google Docs account and then select from a variety of printing options to assist with layout for presentations, signs, posters, postcards, and more. Users can also choose to pick up their completed order at FedEx Office locations nationwide or have it delivered right to their door.
Launched back in 2007, FedEx Office Print Online has evolved to become a robust, intuitive print management solution with preview, archiving and reordering features, the ability to earn My FedEx Rewards points, and more. The application currently receives more than 250,000 unique visits on average per month.
"As the first national print retailer to offer cloud printing technology, we are excited to meet the growing demand for mobility with FedEx Office Print Online. Our enhanced solution makes Web-based printing easy, wherever you store your files," said Anthony Norris, vice president of digital access marketing at FedEx Office.
For a limited time, both new and existing customers can try FedEx Office Print Online and save with the Look Good on Paper Print Sale. Now through October 14, customers will receive up to 40 percent off select print products including postcards, brochures and posters highlighted in the sale. The offer is also valid for orders placed in-store.
For more information, visit http://www.fedex.com/printdeals.