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The Value Print Reach Gains from Print Industry Expos

The leadership and key employees of Print Reach participate in Industry Expos across the country and throughout the year. This participation represents both a significant expense to our company and a commitment to our users, and we continue each year because of the value we receive from these experiences. These

February 28th, 2020|Categories: Meet the Team|0 Comments

NPOA: A Vendor’s Perspective

The National Print Owners Association (NPOA) was founded by and is dedicated to print owners. At Print Reach we have great respect for this association and attend its annual conference because it is one that goes beyond the big picture of the print industry by providing the information on the

February 25th, 2020|Categories: Latest News|0 Comments

Meet Paul DiAngelo

Paul DiAngelo is the Product Manager of Printer’s Plan at Print Reach and is one of the many people who keep our customers happy and help us achieve our goals. Printer’s Plan is our product designed to serve “family shops” with between 1 and 15 employees and was in fact created

February 14th, 2020|Categories: Meet the Team|0 Comments

The Value of Calculating Budgeted Hourly Rates (BHR)

In the highly competitive print and mail industry, knowledge is the foundation of success. Specifically, it’s important to know exactly what it costs to provide services so that you can set prices and discounts appropriately. This information, known as budgeted hourly rates (BHR), delivers project by project net profit numbers

January 31st, 2020|Categories: Business Tips|0 Comments

Is Your Print & Mail Shop Punchout Compatible?

When a customer of yours tells you their company is installing a procurement software solution and needs a punchout accessible e-catalog built for them, will you be ready? If not, it’s time to learn. Keep reading... Who Uses Procurement Software and Why? To manage expenditures, establish supplier pricing, and create

January 24th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Costs of Running your MIS on Autopilot

When a print and mail shop implements a new MIS, they often migrate their existing data into it, as well as update specific data points. Once it’s up and running, the MIS serves as a valuable tool to manage the operations of the business but few shops review key data

January 4th, 2020|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments