Ink raises $7M to make printing on college campuses less painful

For students, it is always frustrating to print on campus because campus’ printers usually work with high error percentage as well as awful UI. Nowadays, Ink, a Nebraska-based startup focused on revamping on-campus printing, has raised $7 million from VTF Capital, SQN Venture Partners, Invest Nebraska and NE Angeles. They introduced two new products. The first one, SmartStation, is a giant touch screen that only connects to HP printers, meaning software error rates and paper jam rates are much lower. There’s also a product called inkTouch that works with existing printers, but still provides the cloud-based services available on the SmartStation. Read more>>

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