collateral management

You’ve heard of collateral damage, right? It is a general term for deaths, injuries, or other damage inflicted on an unintended target. In the print world it means somebody messed up a whole stack of brochures when their coffee spilled. Come on, Bob! Really?

We’re here to talk about collateral management. And yes, this will help reduce the likelihood of unintended damage. The best way to manage your collateral is to move to a cloud based print management system. This can significantly reduce costs associated with the creation, proofing, production, distribution and replenishment of printed materials. Order only what you need when you need it.

You know your team! They don’t always check before placing that huge order of brochures. Don’t sit on tons of stock that could potentially become outdated next week. Order what you need when you need it and keep everyone on the same page.

collateral management

You’ve heard of collateral damage, right? It is a general term for deaths, injuries, or other damage inflicted on an unintended target. In the print world it means somebody messed up a whole stack of brochures when their coffee spilled. Come on, Bob! Really?

We’re here to talk about collateral management. And yes, this will help reduce the likelihood of unintended damage. The best way to manage your collateral is to move to a cloud based print management system. This can significantly reduce costs associated with the creation, proofing, production, distribution and replenishment of printed materials. Order only what you need when you need it.

You know your team! They don’t always check before placing that huge order of brochures. Don’t sit on tons of stock that could potentially become outdated next week. Order what you need when you need it and keep everyone on the same page.

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