One of the most frustrating aspects of outsourcing print projects to print providers is the loss of control of the production timeline. This was the impetus behind the decision by Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) to bring printing in-house.
TIEC print shop manager Chrissy Croteau frequently has to respond to late-breaking changes and shortened overall turnaround times. When she came to Advanced Business Equipment (ABE) looking for n in-house printing solution, she explained it was imperative she “gain control of print timeline and priorities, as well as have the ability to print on a wide variety of substrates”.
In addition, given her demanding workflow, it was critical the printer came complete with a dependable service contract and staff training. Download our case study to see how ABE met Chrissy’s needs and delivered a powerful, in-house digital print solution.