How Does Web To Print Work?
Clients submit a form through Alexander’s easy-to-use storefronts and API, populated with details necessary to print your product. For example, one of our wedding books may have details like number of pages, cover type, and digital foil embellishments. Franchisees and customers can choose pre-approved designs from the corporate offices of your company. Drop-down lists sh owing their add-ins or details make it easy to maintain your brand or to allow some customization without risking any unapproved changes. Once the order has been placed, Alexander’s will print your products in-house and even ship them out for you! Alexander’s can also use your invoice databases or email lists to send reminders, promotions, and thank-you cards. A dental practice, for instance, may want to send check-up reminders every six months. Our service automates this process, and sends out any postcard or note for you.
What Is Web To Print?
Web to print, also known as Web2Print, opens up new possibilities for printing. Using Alexander’s online, white-label portals, you can submit print jobs for your business. Because we use your logo, we keep your brand consistent and let you maintain creative control over your design.Unlike other web to print services, Alexander’s creates most of our products on-site. That includes design, printing, and shipping. Our services are fast—batching one day and shipping the next. Plus, because we work on-site with our printed products rather than outsourcing them, we have less room for error. Fewer stops on the road to receiving your product means fewer chances that steps get skipped—keeping you happy with your final result.
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Alexander's is a full-service print and fulfillment and marketing communication firm in Lindon, Utah.
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