Judge & Priestley LLP
With a selection of upgraded MFDs, Judge & Priestley benefitted from significantly reduced print costs, improved security, and simplified workflows
- Company Name: Judge & Priestley LLP Solicitors
- Sector: Legal Services
- Solutions Provided: Managed Print Services
Judge & Priestley has been an Apogee client for over a decade with various improvements made over the years from the original state of relying on a high number of desktop printers. More recently, Judge & Priestley has been keen to take a smarter approach to document management.
With reliability vital, Judge & Priestley needed to upgrade the majority of its devices, which had been in place for around 5 years. Coupled with this, the firm was keen to reduce costs, improve client cost allocation, and focus on print and scanning workflows to decrease waste and improve efficiency.
As part of the latest round of improvements, the Apogee Professional Services team visited the client’s offices and reviewed the existing infrastructure and equipment. The completion of a full and detailed analytical assessment has identified a number of areas for potential enhancement.
By gaining a deep understanding of the company’s workflows, printing habits and office environment, Apogee recommended a range of developments that would deliver a broad variety of cost and efficiency improvements.
With a fully tailored creative print and delivery solution in place, Apogee were able to deliver a quick and precise service whilst ensuring their documents remained of a confidential nature, giving SPC-IR and their client's peace of mind. The introduction of an outsource print service provided an efficient process whereby SPC-IR were able to send over high volumes of documents to Apogee who print, finish and guaranteed delivery to clients across Europe any time of the day.
Since their creative print partnership began, Apogee has continued to support SPC-IR contributing to their corporate collateral, events branding and document production. By enabling SPC-IR to outsource their print requirements, it allowed them to focus on their clients and core service delivery.