Fine Print Management Launches Technology Assisted Print Management Firm
The concept for Fine Print Management is to consistently monitor a specific group of highly qualified suppliers to capture economic and production efficiencies
Donald LaClair, the former Senior Account Executive at Vanguard, Intelligencer and Concord Litho has announced the formation of Fine Print Management LLC, a West Nyack based print management firm. LaClair, the new President of Fine Print, brings over 25 years of excellence to this technology assisted management firm. Fine Print is now able to transparently represent thousands of America’s highest quality print producers from New York to California.
Mr. LaClair has assembled a professional staff that includes print production, estimating and customer service personnel supported by an exclusive print management technology license provided by PrintVision, Inc., the Manhattan based Patented Technology Solution for Printing. “Unlike any other print management firm to date,” Mr. LaClair commented, “We will be able to access the underutilized capacities of the top printers in this country to the benefit of our clients as well as to the benefit of the suppliers who will be producing our work.” Within the next several weeks, thousands of these suppliers will be on Fine Print’s technology platform which will be accessed as quickly and easily as the “click of a mouse”.
“Our business has changed so dramatically over just the past 15 years,” LaClair continued “That we decided to move our business to the next level of efficiency and performance, and we could not do it without a sophisticated technology component.”
The concept for Fine Print Management is to consistently monitor a specific group of highly qualified suppliers to capture economic and production efficiencies that will fit individual client’s needs on an ongoing basis. These suppliers range in capabilities from on demand short run producers all the way up to the largest web houses in the country and everyone in between.
“We will finally be able to fully service each individual client’s needs regardless of what production they are undertaking,” LaClair summarized, “…and one of our colleagues even characterized this model as the ‘Amazon’® of print with unsurpassed delivery and quality.”