Mimeo acquires the assets of HubCast Inc. The cloud print solution company will now operate under the umbrella of Mimeo’s brand portfolio.
NEW YORK, Jan. 12, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Mimeo, the innovator of online managed content distribution and printing, announces the acquisition of the assets of HubCast Inc. The cloud print solution company will now operate under the umbrella of Mimeo’s brand portfolio.
“Since 1999, our corporate mission at Mimeo has been to provide customers the simplest way to create, manage and distribute content and materials they rely on to do business. Mimeo’s acquisition of HubCast, with its global network of in-country print service providers, brings us one step closer to accomplishing this goal,” added Mimeo’s CEO, John Delbridge.
Today, the HubCast Cloud Print Solution reaches every country. Customers can order, print and deliver marketing materials, anywhere in the world.
HubCast’s continued commitment to high-level print delivery services pairs perfectly with Mimeo’s core value of giving customers back time by simplifying the way they manage and distribute content. The addition of HubCast’s all-encompassing platform for print procurement and delivery will considerably enhance the services Mimeo currently provides.
HubCast boasts top-of-the-line printing capabilities with the recent deployment of HP Indigo 10000 presses across its global print network. Similar to Mimeo, HubCast works to create a single platform for the management of documents and subsequent delivery needs. The acquisition of HubCast by Mimeo will allow a global audience to benefit from a simplified channel for content management and distribution.
“The Mimeo team is eager to expand the product offerings available to HubCast and Mimeo customers. This encompasses both high quality printed marketing materials and documents. Along with our recent launch of Mimeo Digital, which helps organizations bridge the gap between print and eContent, Mimeo customers are truly able to manage and distribute content in any format, to any corner of the world.” David Uyttendaele, Mimeo’s co-founder and CTO.
“The HubCast product team is excited to join Mimeo and will continue to develop innovative technology that anticipates and addresses the needs of our customers.” Adam Bellusci, Vice President of Product, who joins from Hubcast.
Founded in 1999, Mimeo has delivered over 140 million documents to 140 countries and operates facilities in the United States, United Kingdom and Germany. Investors include Draper Fisher Jurvetson, Gotham Ventures, Goldman Sachs (GS), Harbourvest and Hewlett-Packard (HP). To learn more, visit www.Mimeo.com