bakergoodchild is dispelling the myths and misconceptions surrounding the outsourcing of print management, saying that they should not prevent companies from outsourcing their printing requirements.
According to the direct mail fulfilment and print management services provider, there are seven common myths that are stated by companies as the reasons they choose not to outsource their print. Bakergoodchild has issued responses to the following myths.
That our print requirements won’t be met
bakergoodchild tailors its print management services to meet client’s specific requirements, ensuring that it can always meet their needs, no matter how specific.
The cost of printing will rise
bakergoodchild feels that outsourcing work can often work out to be far more cost effective, as it saves the need for investing in expensive print equipment and staff.
The print quality will suffer
bakergoodchild feels that print management companies will have better access to the right equipment for the job, providing an improved consistency with a more centralised operation and additionally print companies won’t pass on low quality work to clients.
Management time and administration will increase
By using one supplier there will be just one invoice for all consumables, maintenance and printing, which will all be managed, allowing staff to focus on their core business duties and not having to manage the printing work.
Print lead times will increase
Far from there being an increase in print lead-times, the print company will be using the latest technology so rapid print volumes will be achieved, there will be less downtime along with a higher print capability.
The print company won’t handle our volumes
The print management company will be used to managing large quantities of print jobs. Stock levels can also be held and negotiated with the print management company, and possible time savings could be made through improved communication channels.
That it will make us less agile and responsive
The latest technology will be available and with less employees involved in the chain of command, agility of the company will increase.
Mohammed Pandhair, bakergoodchild Marketing Manager said, “as experts in this field and sector, we can help to dispel these myths that surround print management, and reassure our clients that by outsourcing their print management requirements to specialists such as ourselves, they are in safe, and experienced hands.”