Yorkshire legal firm, MKB Solicitors LLP, has credited its print supplier with significant financial savings through its innovative new print technology.
Since forming a partnership with Spin Print, and using its web to print system, The Square Dot, MKB has been able to streamline its print activity, saving both time and money for the business.
Templates are held online in a central hub, along with print specs, which ensure consistency across all print and safeguard the brand. MKB has the ability to choose, customise, proof and purchase regular items, such as letterheads and business cards, effortlessly on-line. The law firm is also able to control costs centrally, with a function which requires a single point of approval for each order.
As the relationship has grown Spin Print has also been commissioned to handle further print items for the law firm, to ensure full brand continuity with a trusted print partner.
Lisa Pearmain, practice administrator at MKB, said: “Working with Spin Print has increased quality and reduced costs by the hundreds of pounds, whilst creating significant time savings as a result of their template hub. The system is simple to use and we know that the end result will always be exactly the same quality as the last. They are very reliable with a fast turnaround on orders so we use them for every print job we have.”
Dan Brook of Spin Print said: “MKB is a great example of how our web to print system can simplify the design and print process. Getting it right every time has resulted in cost savings, and the brand now has unity across all printed materials.”
Ben McFeely, business development manager at MKB, said: “To preserve our status as a market leader for legal services in our area we need to ensure the standards of excellence we set across all areas of our firm are maintained and continually improved upon. The communication of our brand is central to this. Spin Print has bought into that and have the creativity, quality of print and efficient system to meet our demands.”
Spin Print introduced The Square Dot, web to print system last year after recognising that many of its clients would benefit from a central system to control print. Those with large teams and multiple locations had similar problems when it came to consistency of print. It can be difficult to maintain control resulting in the brand becoming diluted by inconsistent printed material, and costs spiraling in an attempt to rectify this.