DocuCopies Relaunches Print Reseller Program During Economic Uncertainty
Brokering print jobs for clients is probably as old as printing itself. But with the economic realities and uncertain future of COVID-19, an alarming number of printing companies have had to scale back their workforce and service offerings in order to keep the lights on. To help others in the trade keep pace, DocuCopies relaunched its reseller program for other professionals in the printing and graphic industries this month.
Once approved for the program, resellers earn 10% of each shipped job back as a store credit. Unlike promo codes, these store credits can be combined with coupons for additional savings.
Their new book mailing services will be of particular interest to resellers this year. Originally designed for closed schools facing yearbook-fulfillment challenges, DocuCopies now mails books direct to clients in padded envelopes for training companies, schools, nonprofits and many others. They also offer flexible split-shipping options for carts with multiple items and multiple locations.
“Tradeshows and events are a huge market for printers, and while those are on hiatus many of these organizations are still sending their print materials to clients and colleagues across the country,” says President Jeff Corbo. “When they realize we can do all of that for them, our customers are eager to take advantage.”
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