Bringing your print production in-house usually makes the most sense. Many businesses don’t feel that print volumes justify an in-house production printer. But does having deadlines, saving money, and keeping your customers first justify the cost? It does for most businesses.
The cost will work out, anyway. From saving the 20% of print costs you would usually lose using an offsite printer – due to mistakes, delays, etc. – to get what you need on the timeline you request to protecting your secure files, the cost is worth it for any business.
How to Bring Production Printing In-House
To gain buy-in, remind your team that you spend thousands of dollars every year in markups for your offsite printer. You risk security, brand standards, and organizational image if materials aren’t completed correctly. And print shops can prioritize their customers, so your job may be down the line. Make your project the priority when it’s done in-house.
Production printing is more reliable, faster, and more secure.
Within six months of switching to in-house production printing, you’ll see a 40-100% decline in the following:
- Cost markups
- Employee time wasted
- Cost per page to print
- Hidden fees
- Security risks
The cost savings of switching from offsite printing is huge. Even when you use nice materials and switch to high-quality inks for marketing materials, you’ll still pay less. Is it worth it? You’ll see a difference in your bottom line – save 20-30% on printing costs when bringing production printing in-house.
Switch Your Production Printing
Go to in-house printing so that you’re always at the front of the line. Production printing is easy to operate from your office – just talk to United Business Systems to see how easy it is to make the switch. See you on the other side!