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Drummond Communications Sets Up their Own Print Shop with an ARC Digital Storefront

Bob Thomas| January 3, 2019

Thanks to Amazon, just about any consumer product you can think of can be on your doorstep within a few clicks.

Now, thanks to ARC Digital Storefront, just about any print asset a company could need—from business cards and decals to signs and plaques—are also just a few clicks away for Drummond Communications.

Drummond’s Digital Storefront

Drummond Communications is an authorized agent of U.S. Cellular with over 50 locations across the central Northeast. With dozens of wireless stores throughout a large region, managing print assets for their locations presents a logistical challenge.

With the Digital Storefront, authorized users at Drummond can easily print on demand through a single, customized repository.

ARC Sets up Drummond’s Digital Storefront

To preserve brand unity, no matter how large the company, Digital Storefronts are custom made for the client. Below is an image of Drummond Communications’ online portal:

digital storefront online portal

Users may shop by category, search for a specific product, or browse the products on display. Within each category, users can quickly add what they need to their cart in their specified quantity, as shown below.

Drummond Communication's Digital Store Front

Signs, Decals, Business Cards, Plaques, and Much More

Whatever your business needs printed, ARC’s Digital Storefront can support it. Many construction companies use ARC’s Digital Storefront to manage their extensive project-related printing.

More than a customized online portal, the Digital Storefront is an inventory management system that enables businesses to print on-demand—reducing turnaround time, improving efficiency, and reducing waste—while preserving brand equity. Learn more about ARC’s Digital Storefront.

 

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