JJ Bender Introduces "Short Stacks" Short-Term Rental Program
Press release from the issuing company
Fairfield, CT- May 1, 2006 -- As outsourcing grows at a billion dollar clip and new technology is introduced to the digital copier market in increasingly shorter product cycles, the average business owner can be left with obsolete production equipment and a startling lack of control.
JJ Bender is excited to introduce 'SHORT STACKS,' a short-term equipment rental and educational program designed for customers that are trying to meet stronger consumer in a shorter time frame than ever. JJ Bender works with customers to provide high volume black and white equipment like the Xerox DocuTech 6180 and digital color production presses like the Xerox DocuColor 6060 for specific print runs.
"While consumers in the graphics industry have benefited from short-term cost savings because of outsourcing and price competition, we continue to hear about companies with onerous contracts and difficulties managing sub-vendors," said Jeffrey Bender, President of JJ Bender.
'SHORT STACKS,' offers high volume, production equipment on a short-term rental basis to allow partners of JJ Bender to create a flexible production center. Whether it's a special event that requires a machine for a day or a monthly print run, JJ Bender's support staff helps customers match the capabilities of machines to given print jobs. As customers demand more options and features from commercial print shops, small business owners are struggling to find the right balance between profitability and investment.
'SHORT STACKS,' is about deal assessment and having the equipment on hand to get the job done right without an intensive capital commitment. The program is named for the finishing options that are standard on many digital copiers today.
"We want our customers to have control over their business. SHORT STACKS lets them have a solution on their terms," said Bender.
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