Canadian Startup Debuts at TechCrunch Disrupt

Waterloo’s Printchomp made its official debut at Techcrunch Disrupt in Startup Alley.

Printchomp is a real-time marketplace designed to make it easier for people to order print goods. Whether you’re a business owner, designer or printer, ordering print can be a very time consuming, tedious task. Printchomp aims to solve this problem.

Printchomp was formed to address problems in how people order printed goods. The time it takes for the average person to order print goods is far too long.

Printchomp makes it easier for users to search, order and track their print job, quickly customize their print job, and choose the right printer based upon location, price and quality. But most importanly, Printchomp ensures that the chosen printer has structured order information before they print a job, to help eliminate the long back-and-forth process that often occurs.

Printchomp has founded by Joseph Puopolo and his team is seven strong included experienced executive Declan Whelan.