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Print King, Inc. Migrates to Printer's Plan MIS

Press release from the issuing company

Jacksonville Beach, Fla., and Plano, Ill. – Print Reach, a provider of cloud-based print and mail business management software, announced Print King, Inc. has successfully completed migrating to Printer’s Plan MIS and has greatly improved their already existing automation processes.

“We’ve used EFI Print Smith in the past and couldn’t pass the opportunity to improve our systems by upgrading to Printer’s Plan. This upgrade provided new automations for our daily workflow, allowing us to process and execute orders quickly without additional time consuming steps,” said Rick Morgan, Owner and President of Print King, Inc. “The integration between MyOrderDesk and Printer’s Plan has also accelerated the production time, and decreased the number of times we need to touch a job.”

Integrating Web-to-Print storefronts with the MIS system continually proves to save printers and mailers the most time when examining their workflow as a whole. Not having to manually enter orders into the MIS software eliminates human errors and touch-points which create less interruptions and faster production times. Implementing a new MIS system is never easy, and never fast, but always worth it.

Print King's implementation of Printer's Plan saved their shop time and operating costs. Print operators quickly manage the flow of jobs with less touch points, thanks to the features of the integrated Web-to-Print solution, MyOrderDesk.

“Recognizing and capitalizing on the opportunity to automate their workflow has significantly helped Print King speed up production. Print King is able to get orders out the door faster, as more time is available for production. The combination of Printer's Plan and MyOrderDesk were a great choice for Print King and we are honored to help them grow their business.” said Chris Huber, CEO of Print Reach.

Learn more about Print King: https://printking.net/ 
Learn more about Print Reach: https://www.printreach.com 

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