Alpharetta, GA – February 20, 2018 – Wise, a leader in business document and industrial label printing headquartered in Alpharetta, Ga., announced the promotion of Gerry Nadeau to general manager of its Portland, Maine-based plant. In his new role, he will be responsible for managing the overall operations of the production facility. Nadeau has more [...]
Welcome back to the Wise Business Forms blog.When considering their 2018 strategies, print service providers should be ready and willing to adapt. While this openness to change may contradict printers' natural instinct to keep disruption to a minimum, it could be the only way to succeed. Customer preferences are changing more quickly than ever before. Print [...]
Welcome back to the Wise Business Forms blog.Over the long history of the printing industry, a few major selling points have become fixtures of sales conversations. Print service providers often use claims of superior print quality and top-notch customer service when courting prospects. Those two common bullet points may not actually have a strong effect [...]
Alpharetta, GA – February 9, 2018 – Wise, a leader in business forms and document printing, announces recognition received as an Award Winner of the 2018 Best of Print & Digital® program. The Best of Print & Digital® is an annual program that identifies which companies have provided the highest service delivery to their customers [...]
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