There is nothing complicated about our Managed Print Services.
We work for our clients as if we were their employee and we look out for their best interests when managing purchasing and the printing process. We have far more experience and knowledge than their staff, plus trade partners that provide preferred pricing, which is what our clients pay.
Our fees are derived from client savings, so clients see an overall net savings.
It's that simple.
Perhaps even simpler is to think of us as a "wholesale club" like a Sam's, BJ's, or Costco, except we serve the print & graphics market. We charge an annual membership fee and clients purchase at wholesale prices.
(Note: Our fees are less than client savings, which means net savings. Period.)
Pretty simple. Look at the price compared to anyone else. Our wholesale prices typically show savings of 30-50%. In many instances it's substantially higher.
While this all sounds great, we actually back up our claims with facts and proof.
All you need to do is ask for a quote.
In addition to the pricing being so much below retail, we also share the actual costs with clients. We show them our vendor invoices anytime they ask. We have nothing to hide.
Quality is not an issue. Substrate, equipment, experience and past performance all factor in to placing an order with a specific vendor. A vendor may excel at screen printed tee shirts, but might not be well suited for printing hats. We know who has the right tools, experience, knowledge and expertise for the project at hand. That applies to any and all types of printed products. Knowing who has the right tools saves money, ensures quality, and helps ensure deadlines are met.
As for service, we get preferred pricing AND service from our vendors for one simple reason, with the collective budget of our clients, we are a large client to our vendors. That's purchasing power, and we use it to lower costs and ensure we get preferred service.
Think about it, one client spends about $10,000 a year with a vendor while another spends over $100,000. Which client is more valued? (Yes, we know, the "sales person" answer is that they are equally valued as clients. The real answer is, if it comes to missing a deadline and having an unhappy client, well, the smaller client is the one who will suffer. That's a fact in any business.)
From a strictly cost perspective the only way to determine if our services are right for you is to get quotes, see the savings, and determine if the net savings is substantial enough for you to become a client.
From a management perspective, some clients are simply like the fact that we handle all the details. As Forest Gump famously said "It's one less thing."
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