Peecho's mission is to become the primary infrastructure for the transformation of digital information into other forms.
We allow virtual information to be accessible as tangible objects in 2D or 3D, but only produced when and where needed: with respect for the planet.
On demand transformation of digital assets obliterates the need for mass production. Local manufacturing eliminates transport. The earth profits.
Our business model is simple. Peecho operates as the intermediary between third-party applications and print facilities. We facilitate ordering, production, delivery and customer service. Our wholesale pricing includes a profit margin.
Our cloud print network can be accessed in several ways.
Peecho launched as API platform for print as a service and was awarded best business model at TheNextWeb.
With launching customer Issuu, the Simple Print Button was revealed, with an Accenture Innovation Award as a result.
We partnered with Peak Capital and DHG. The first 1000 customers signed up, including Rijksmuseum, ABN AMRO and Sanoma.
After many requests, we launched the Simple Print Service.
Peecho owns a couple of LCD screens and some laptops. For the rest, we run entirely in the cloud. Therefore, we are proud to be selected as Amazon Technology Partner.
We like to share our knowledge. For example, check out how our architecture works on HighScalability, or read more about our cloud philosophy.
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