Published by: Colorwebprinters
Author: G. David Dodd
Contact: Mark McIntosh W: 888-265-1511 firstname.lastname@example.org
Length: 9 Pages
- Why web-to-print makes good financial sense
- The two types of benefits and how the value is determined
- How to calculate the ROI of a web-to-print solution
The author goes over the requirements to make a system work:
- A central repository that contains digital versions of the printed materials that a company uses
- An online catalog containing images of those printed materials
- A secure online ordering system that enables authorized users to order printed materials from any computer with an Internet connection
- A customization engine that enables users to modify printed materials in authorized ways
- Manufacturing capabilities that can produce most printed materials on an as-ordered basis
- Warehousing, kitting, and fulfillment services
- Extensive reporting capabilities
Dodd discusses the life cycle of printed materials, supply chain efficiency benefits, processing and fulfillment costs. He makes a case for improving revenue that is worth reading.
What I liked, however, is the ROI of Web-To-Print. The author makes a strong argument with a simple formula. I like anyone and any paper/book that openly discusses ROI up-front.
Recommended for: Marketing Management, CFO, Fulfillment Management
Disclaimer: This review was conducted independently without the advice or consent of the publisher.
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