Use Color to Stay out of the Red

<p>When budgets are tight, managers ask a lot of questions to determine how to <a href=""><img style="border-bottom: 0px; border-left: 0px; margin: 10px 10px 10px 0px; display: inline; border-top: 0px; border-right: 0px" title="Pen on Positive Earning Graph " border="0" alt="Pen on Positive Earning Graph " align="left" src="" width="134" height="91" /></a> increase revenue:</p> <p>· Do we have too many employees?</p> <p>· Are we spending too much on travel?</p> <p>· Do we use too many office supplies?</p> <p>· Can we outsource any of our tasks?</p> <p>However, most people fail to consider one question: are we using color effectively? Many businesses feel that color printing would be an added expense rather than a tactic that helps cut costs. Luckily, with proper use, color can do just that.</p> <p>Color improves communication. By using color, you will be able to communicate more effectively with your customers and your employees. It can increase sales and reduce stagnation.</p> <!--break--> <p><b>Command Attention: </b>Did you know that color invoices get paid faster? In addition, in-house marketing materials and proposals that have been spruced up with color garner attention and increase retention. You will be able to keep current customers informed to promotions or new products very easily with color printing.</p> <p><b>Improve Internal Retention: </b>By adding a splash of color, training materials can be made much more effective. You can also incre<a name="_GoBack"></a>ase the understanding of spreadsheets, memos and internal flyers. If you can improve retention, productivity will increase and so will profits.</p> <p>With a color-enabled MFP, you can add color to all your documents for about the same price as black and white printing. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you bring your marketing materials in-house.</p>