We know you have a lot of choices when you’re ready to work with a printing company. Here are some things our customers think makes a great printing company:

A full range of printing services: The reality is, your business needs more than a printer. You need someone who knows design and print marketing to take your business and your brand to the next level. You also want them to offer you a variety of product options, so you can give your customers more options, too.

The printing franchise you work with is really a partner in helping you meet your business goals. When you work with them, you should be able to plan for your present and future success. Make sure you’ve made a choice that gives you honest feedback about what will help your brand, but who respects your budget and resources (and doesn’t just look at you and see dollar signs).

Make sure the printing franchise you’re working with knows their stuff and can help you make the right decisions about things like:

Formatting

  • Stock
  • Design
  • Binding
  • Delivery
  • Paper
  • “Green Options”

Chances are you’ve had bad experiences with printers before. The right printing company  will listen to your concerns, empathize with your challenges, and offer solutions to keep you from printing and design missteps in the future.

Make sure that you choose a company that not only offers a variety of services, but has the experience—and the positive client feedback—to backup their claims. If you’re still on the fence, don’t forget to check out third-party reviews to see what people are saying who don’t work for the company. Good reviews = trust, and you definitely want a company you can trust.

You also want flexibility and creativity. If one approach doesn’t work, your printing company staff should be ready  for you with new suggestions and creative solutions. Make sure they get things done on time, and that they can have a quick turnaround when you need it most.

Have you ever had a bad experience with a printing company? What are you looking for in printing services that you haven’t been able to find?