We’re gearing up to hit the streets of Barcelona for the second-annual Coworking Spain Conference. As Gold-level sponsors for the May 24-25 gathering, we’re pumped to bring the message of ezeep’s Cloud-Managed Printing to the people. And with more than 400 coworking spaces (and counting) registered for the event, our goal is to empower every organization in attendance with a radically streamlined workflow. Continue reading
Our CTO Marian Zange got together (virtually) with happy, shiny programmers from all corners of the globe—from Argentina to Austin, Texas. The purpose of their hang? To talk practically and philosophically about how code language generates culture. Continue reading
Joana came from a corporate position in London, working for Xerox. Now, via a unique job-placement service called Somewhere, she’s helping spearhead sales at ezeep. (That’s us, y’all: a young tech company that sprang from Berlin’s startup ecosystem, we have a global mission to radically transform how people in organizations print. Big dreams, true story.) Continue reading
Many leaders within coworking spaces have been asking ezeep to help them curb coworkers from printing with wild abandon—as it turns out, when given free reign, coworkers sometimes enjoy printing-out lots and lots of documents.
Product Manager Cath Richardson—whose professional purview spans a wide-ranging continuum from software engineering to tactical sales outreach—has many fingers in many pots. She’s our company’s Great Connector, ensuring that esoteric technological innovation finds a happy, human-friendly home. It hasn’t always been this way. She comes from an agency background, where work flow and output stem from different needs and motivations. Continue reading
As our Team Manager, Lea plays a critical role in shaping our remarkably integrative, high-functioning work environment. Here, she talks about creating a new kind of company culture–one that optimizes the pleasure of creative autonomy and productive collaboration, without needless middle-management. As it turns out, the solution is all about framing expectations from the get-go. Continue reading
Danish serial investor (and ezeep backer) Thomas Madsen-Mygdal dropped by ezeep’s HQ for the afternoon. His aim? To inspire us to give a powerful voice to our vision. We’re radically re-imagining the way that people within organizations and communities print the documents that are most important to them. After an enormous investment of resources into developing the ezeep technology, it’s time to pay as much attention to the poetry of our service as the science behind it. Which is where Thomas Madsen-Mygdal’s visit comes into play. He delivered a talk to our entire team, igniting our creative fire and helping provide a framework for effectively communicating with those who’ll be most receptive to our message. We learned a lot and want to share some of the key takeaways from his discussion with you—because, in the end, knowledge is only meaningful when you pay it forward. Continue reading
How do real people in real-life situations use ezeep, and how can we better support their needs? This question drives our consumer research—we want to respond accordingly and ramp-up our game where it’s needed. This week, we ezeeps are proud to introduce our new Printers & Settings Pages, which are more delightful than ever before.
We live in a world where the boundaries between enterprise and consumer products are rapidly fading. Is it possible to create an experience that will delight both consumers and enterprise users?