Do we need a Print Manager?

By June 27, 2014 Blog No Comments

Do we need a print manager? Well, if your company is spending over 50K a year on commercial print, you probably do. Think about the variety of print jobs that come across your desk. Promotional Products, Sales Collateral, Corporate Stationery, Trade Show Items, Large Format, Corporate Apparel and so on. Managing these varied projects is tough to do. Not only are you required to properly source and manage the production of each of these items, you are also faced with the aspect of fulfilling these items to various divisions, sales reps or franchises. If you don’t know already, the task of finding a good source, managing the details of each job and item fulfillment is incredibly time consuming. So much so, that print managers have become commonplace among large and growing companies.

Essentially, a Print Management company takes 90% of the tasks described above off of your plate. They have trusted, established relationships with sources nationwide that cover the wide-ranging world of commercial print. Print Managers are also experts in the field of commercial printing. They take that knowledge and advise their customers on the best way to handle a print project while maintaining the customer’s objectives. Once a project is completed, good print managers can either warehouse these items until they are required by the customer or immediately fulfill these items anywhere on the globe in a timely manner. Last but not least, the best print managers offer their customers a customized online E-Store that streamlines print production, print management and print fulfillment of company collateral.

So if this solution sounds like the right fit for you, call us at Presslink Printing and let one of our professionals hear your situation and together we can determine the best path forward.

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