Firms 'need to be precise' when ordering from envelope printing firms
One expert has advised companies to manage their stocks of office stationery effectively to avoid losing out on business.
Companies that rely on letterhead and envelope printing firms tokeep their offices stocked with stationery and promotional materials should ensure they manage their supplies effectively andsubmit accurate orders.
This is the advice of Elmica Roberts, who has outlined theimportance of keeping track of stock in an article for Helium.
She explained running out of items like printed envelopes or letterheads can be detrimental to a company, as this may lead to delays in material samples or other items being sent to prospective clients, which in turn can result in lost business.
Ms Roberts advised enterprises to appoint an employee to overseethe ordering process and ensure he or she is precise whencontacting the suppler.
"Instead of being vague when ordering office supplies, the size,colour and any other details should be specified in a writtenorder. This will avoid any unnecessary mistakes due tomisunderstandings," she observed.
One firm that has recently ordered new printed stationery is property consultancy Dixon Webb, which has completed a rebrand with the help of marketing firm IC-e.
Published: 10th August 2010
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