Daily Printing's Don Bergeron on Value Added Services
Published on April 13, 2010
Hi. My name is Don Bergeron. I'm the Executive Vice President for Daily Printing.
One of the key features that our company offers is the ability for us to have value added services. And we were getting into the digital printing and direct mail. We were sending a lot of our direct mail pieces out to vendors where losing control of quality, cost, timely deliveries. So one of the things that we have brought inside recently is high-speed inkjet printing for addresses and so forth.
This has caused -- this has created our customers ability to have common rest assurance that their product is being handled by our own staff and not being subject to sending out for outside services.
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