HP invests in web printing vendor

Tech giant HP said it will acquire web-based printing software vendor Tabblo for an undisclosed sum.

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By  Administrator Published  March 29, 2007

Tech giant HP said it will acquire web-based printing software vendor Tabblo for an undisclosed sum.

The vendor said it would leverage Tabblo's technologies to make printing from the web easier and more convenient.

The Massachusetts, US-based company develops software that allows people to arrange and print graphics, text and photos from the web.

HP said it planned to make Tabblo's solutions broadly available by working with other companies to integrate the technology into their web sites.

"HP's goal is to make printing content from the web the easiest and best experience possible for people - whether they are printing a simple map or a book of their favourite blogs," said Vyomesh Joshi, executive vice president of HP's Imaging and Printing Group.

"By acquiring Tabblo's technology and making it available to companies that host popular web sites, HP will be firmly on the path to becoming the print engine of the web," Joshi continued.

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