July 2004
Hospitality Upgrade;Summer2004, p104
Trade Publication
Provides information on Kitchener, Ontario-based PrinterOn Corp., a company that specialized in mobile printing services to solve the foremost productivity problem of mobile workers, that is, printing of documents when they are away from their desks. Positioning of hotel properties as a preferred destination for the mobile professional and building of guest loyalty by the company's guest printing service; Use of the company's Web-based driverless printing.


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