The company said that it will be drawing on the collective expertise of One Q and technologies such as One Client, designed to support its public cloud solution, to flex and scale to meet this increased demand, thus cementing its position as a leader in the cloud printing market.
EveryonePrint CEO, Tavs Dalaa, said the acquisition of One Q brings together two companies focused on consistently delivering innovative, best-of-breed technology offerings. The transaction adds significant capabilities to EveryonePrint’s overall proposition for the channel.
“The strategic combination of EveryonePrint and One Q will build upon the success of EveryonePrint Hybrid Cloud Platform (HCP), our multi-tenant Software as a Service (SaaS) cloud print infrastructure platform. Demand for HCP has exceeded all our projections, we have seen a 300 per cent growth over the past 12 months. This investment provides us with the opportunity to rapidly scale and will further strengthen our ability to support our global partners as they strive to meet the pressing requirement to accelerate cloud adoption.”
“We are excited about the collaboration, the team at One Q bring a wealth of knowledge and customer relationships gained from more than 15 years in business. By bringing the two entities together, we can expedite development on future products and ultimately deliver on our strategic goal to be the No.1 cloud platform for print infrastructure”, Dalaa he said.