“[FedEx Office] is a printer that is much more than a printer.”
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– Aimee DiCicco, senior vice president of Sales for FedEx Office
In a recent video interview with PI XChange, DiCicco, shared how FedEx Office combines its 1,800 retail storefront locations, 17 strategically-located print production facilities and the FedEx transportation system to quickly print and distribute commercial printing projects for their customers, including Fortune 500 companies and more.
Finding and selecting a quality commercial printer requires a foundation of networks like this – Take a look and see how your commercial printer measures up:
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- Does your printer have the ability to flex up or down to streamline your business and super charge your productivity?
- It’s important to look for a large network that can flex for centralized, regionalized or localized print. For example, can your printer send a digital file to wherever you need your materials printed, to help cut inventory and transportation costs?
- Here are some questions to ask before making a decision: Does your printer have a strong retail presence, easy accessibility through online tools and a robust sales force? Does your printer have the ability to set up an onsite facility at your location to meet your needs?
- Having a strong eCommerce presence allows customers 24/7 access when and where they need it
- You place your order online. Your projects are printed and delivered, but, you also need a printer that never closes, where the sign on the door always reads, “Open.”
- Look for a fast printing partner that improves your speed–to-market and delivers the most complex jobs on deadline and on budget. Think hours instead of days, and days instead of weeks.
- Find a network that can integrate digital, retail, print and distribution systems into a dynamic set of capabilities backed by proven commercial print expertise and a disciplined business integration process. The results? Quality and efficiency at just the right speed and scale.
So, how does your printer measure up?
See the full interview with FedEx Office senior vice president of Sales Aimee DiCicco, and her exclusive interview with PI XChange here: