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Print&Share

Print&Share
Print&Share
Screenshot of Print&Share 2.8.2.12 running on Windows 7
Developer(s) Winking
Initial release November 1, 2006 (2006-11-01)
Stable release 2.8.3.26 / April 4, 2014 (2014-04-04)
Preview release 2.8.3.26 (April 4, 2014 (2014-04-04))
Development status Active
Written in C# / C++
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Size < 100MB
Available in Multilingual (8)
Type virtual printer
License Proprietary
Website www.ricoh.eu

Print&Share is a shareware program developed by Winking and distributed by Ricoh Europe. It is a combination of a virtual printer and an application software for Microsoft Windows. It supports creating PDF, PDF/A, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, XML, TXT, EMF, BMP files. The software can also email, fax, upload via FTP or connect to Microsoft SharePoint, DocuWare and Documind. It is also possible to enhance existing documents by adding extra content (e.g. barcodes).

The Eco version is capable of removing content and empty spaces.[1]

Contents

  • Versions 1
  • History 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

Versions

The program is translated in 8 languages (English, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, French, German, Portuguese, Danish) and is available in different versions (Light, Professional, Corporate, Eco).[2][3]

History

Print&Share was introduced by Ricoh Belgium in 2009.[4] In April 2010 it got introduced by the operation company Ricoh Netherlands.[5] In 2011 the European headquarters of Ricoh made an exclusive distribution agreement with Winking.[6][7] Two months later Print&Share got launched in EMEA.[8][9]

In October 2013 Winking signed an exclusive distribution agreement with Ricoh South Africa.[10]

References

  1. ^ "Eco casestudy Lannoo". 
  2. ^ "Ricoh helpt Lannoo-Distrimedia bijna 26% kosten te besparen dankzij de software Print&Share Eco". 
  3. ^ "Ricoh präsentiert Dienstleistungen für mehr Nachhaltigkeit auf der EcoPrint". 
  4. ^ "Ricoh lanceert Print&Share: voor een optimale en eenvoudige workflowbestuur. De nieuwe oplossing van Ricoh bundelt parallelle processen in één enkele printopdracht". 
  5. ^ "Print&Share van Ricoh biedt tijd voor essentiële zakelijke taken". 
  6. ^ "European press release: Free-up more time for essential business tasks with Print&Share from Ricoh". 
  7. ^ "Ricoh Europe exclusive distribution agreement". 
  8. ^ "Print&Share di Ricoh migliora la distribuzione e la personalizzazione dei documenti". 
  9. ^ "Ricoh Demonstrates Sustainability Services at EcoPrint". 
  10. ^ "Ricoh SA and Winking bvba bring Print&Share to South Africa". 

External links

  • Official website
  • Official Ricoh Europe website
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