A printing specialist which is helping businesses save thousands of pounds every year has chosen Teesside as the location for its first branch in England.
Glasgow-based Simple Digital has opened Simple Digital North East at Gloucester House in Stockton, which will be run by husband and wife team Paul and Ruth Masters.
The company is a print solution provider which works to cut businesses’ costs by offering cheaper and more efficient printing options to meet their needs.
Paul and Ruth – who boast a combined 25 years’ experience in the industry – have a proven track record of saving firms thousands of pounds.
One of its clients was recently helped to cut costs by £1.12m per year by switching from desktop printers at its 140 sites nationally to more efficient and economical machines.
Paul, managing director of Simple Digital, said: “Our office in Stockton will facilitate our planned roll-out nationally and we believe it’s the perfect location for us to fulfil our ambitions for the company’s growth.
“In the short time we’ve been here we’ve worked with a number of businesses to reduce their print costs – an overhead that is overlooked until they go through our audit and realise just how much they’re unnecessarily spending.
“Our team believes in building relationships and procuring our service requirements from within our local network, whilst making referrals when the opportunity arises.”
Simple Digital, which is product independent, works with both small and large companies, carrying out free, no obligation audits, before recommending the most suitable devices for needs and volumes to boost office functionality and efficiency.
Another benefit of using the Simple Digital service is that all toners, parts and labour are included, along with an on-site trained engineer response.
Paul added: “What business doesn’t want to reduce its overheads and operate more efficiently?
“The service we offer is guaranteed to cut costs so we’d urge any company, whatever their size, to get in touch to find out how we can help them save money.”