Printer printing fake dollar bills isolated on white
Make money using your existing printer

Here’s how uberPrint works. WiFi printers in residential and commercial spaces can register their printers with an app called uberPrint. As YOU go about your busy busy lives far and near, you can PRINT a document to the closest registered printer from your phone, watch or tablet. The printer prints. The owner of said printer gets a immediate notification. The “owner” can see where you are located. Owner takes the printed materials from the printer and meets you on a designated curb (for security reasons)  within minutes. uberPrint then automatically bills the consumer and pays the owner.

The owner can specify how many pages are allowed. The owner can specify a price per page. The owner can specify B&W or color and paper stock.

Unlike Uber, the consumer can browse which printer they prefer. Like Uber, they can schedule a “pickup” at a future date and time.

Author: John Rector

John Rector, a former IBM executive and co-founder of e2open, has an impressive portfolio of leadership roles across a range of companies and industries. In the realm of digital marketing, he has successfully led Social Media Target, ensuring its competitiveness in the ever-evolving digital landscape. He has also served operationally at Rainbow Packaging, focusing on the delivery of farm-fresh produce. John's creativity and vision for web technologies shine through at Bodaro and Palm ❤️, the latter being a graphic design studio founded in June 2023. He has also ventured into the education sector with Nextyrn, a tutoring startup that leverages AI for personalized learning experiences. His entrepreneurial spirit has also seen the founding of Potyn, an innovative project that uses AI to create bespoke art. The newest additions to his extensive portfolio include Nozeus, Infinia, Blacc Ink, and Maibly, further expanding his influence across various industries.

1 thought on “uberPrint

  1. jsrector says:

    Reblogged this on John Rector and commented:

    The value creation formula becomes easier and easier as we progess up the technology curve. So much value is created that we become addicted to it. Paradigm shifts are everyday occurrences. Here’s an example called “uberPrint”.

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