Why Use a Print Manager?
The main reason to use a Print Manager is to have someone you can trust to micro-manage your print projects for you. To end up with the brochure, or book, or marketing materials you want takes time, technical knowledge and an eye for detail. Using a Print Manager allows you to save time – and reduce risk.
Experience has taught many Marketing Managers that delegation is the key to getting great results every time. This is especially true of jobs that come up on an occasional basis – like printing. Are you responsible for delivering new brochures for next season but you lack the time to closely monitor its design and print? Do you take the risk of hoping it will turn out okay, or do you get a Print Manager to look after it?
We have been managing print projects for our clients since 2002. So the first benefit we can offer you is our advice and experience. What variety of products are available? What about the range of materials? And who can supply the quantity you need at the right price? Because we deal with a broad range of suppliers, we can source the product that is just right for your project.
Attention To Detail
Attention to detail is the first quality a Print Manager needs to consistently deliver great results. You need to be able to look at an artwork and ask: what could go wrong? You then put procedures in place to ensure your client will be delighted with the end result.
A Personal Service
Arrow Print Management is a boutique agency based on personal attention and great service. It is our goal to form lasting relationships with our clients so we will always go the extra mile to ensure you are more than satisfied with our performance. Most of our clients are departmental managers, especially Marketing Managers, and we are at the end of a phone to give advice, answer questions and solve problems.
How Much Does Print Management Cost?
The truth is that you will pay little or nothing extra to use our services than you would by going to the market directly. Your overall print costs should not increase.
Why is this?
The print industry of the 21st Century is very fragmented and only those who have specialised and invested in niche areas have survived. The age of having ‘a printer’ who can produce all your needs in-house is gone.
We know who the best suppliers are for each product and we work with them to get you great products that will match your expectations.