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Printing Industries Of Colorado expands offerings with addition of survey advantage

Press release from the issuing company

Denver, CO –  As part of its commitment to helping member and client companies develop profitable, highly responsive, customer-focused organizations, Printing Industries of Colorado, the trade association for excellence in graphic communications management, has announced that it will be offering members the Survey Advantage programs for capturing customer feedback designed for printing, mailing, and graphic communications companies. Survey Advantage provides members with a choice of options to gain valuable insight into their customers.

"We all know that succeeding in today's marketplace requires companies to stay abreast of their customers' needs, preferences, and business objectives. As part of our ongoing effort to help our members and clients in this effort, we're excited to add Survey Advantage to our slate of services," said Sandi Neuman, President of Printing Industries of Colorado. "Their services offer companies seeking a cost-effective solution a way to gain valuable feedback from customers. They alert a printer of a disgruntled customer at risk of leaving and also create sales leads and new jobs from loyal customers."

"Printing Industries of Colorado's commitment to helping members sharpen their customer focus make the Association a natural strategic partner for Survey Advantage," said Michael Casey, president of Survey Advantage. "The many printers that are members of Printing Industries of Colorado are sure to benefit from the customer feedback provided by our three printer specific services."  Survey Advantage's printer questionnaires are the print industry's method of choice for collecting customer perspectives.  Hundreds of printers already turn to Survey Advantage for key stakeholder evaluations to improve performance and customer care.  It starts with our reliable, comprehensive surveys and reports customized to meet the specific needs of the printer.

For more information on these services contact Sandi Neuman at 303.806.8700 or Michael Casey at Survey Advantage at (401) 560-0311 ext. 3 or email [email protected]. Visit www.surveyadvantage.com/printers to view printer case studies and learn more about the programs.