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JJ Bender introduces new consulting program in 2010

Monday, January 11, 2010

Press release from the issuing company

Fairfield, CT - JJ Bender, a leading provider of high-volume digital production equipment for over 30 years, announced today the launch of their first financial consulting program. Geared towards the printing community, the program is vendor-specific, and seeks to lower printing and copier costs without changing a client's current equipment or service provider.
 
The consulting program was created in an effort to address out of line leasing prices and the growing number of companies not meeting their minimum copies called for by their current service providers.
 
"Many companies signed leases and service contracts based on what they thought their businesses would be like, only to find that changes in the economy and technology have made a lot of their initial assumptions wrong. What we've sought to do with this consulting program is to reduce client's costs in 2010 by simply reviewing and changing their current leasing or service contracts," says Jeffrey Bender, President of JJ Bender.
 
To ensure that the program will remain risk-free within today's shifting economy, JJ Bender has decided to base consulting fees solely on the client's savings. This guarantees that a client will have no upfront costs, and will pay no money until they see a fiscal return. If the client does not profit from the program, they owe absolutely no fees to JJ Bender.
 
Most recently, JJ Bender's consulting program was responsible for lowering the costs of one Alphagraphics location by 30%.
 
"Our knowledge in cost-reduction is unmatched within the industry, and no other financial consultants will give the printing community such vendor-specific expertise. I think our client's results prove this," says Bender.
 
If companies are interested in the program, they can contact JJ Bender to speak with a financial consultant and receive an individualized savings report.

 

 

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