ePrint123 Launches Economical Yearbook Program for Small Schools
Chicago based Sunrise Digital has a reputation for producing premium quality work at a competitive price. The company just launched a yearbook program at its online print ordering site – eprint123.com – catering to smaller schools that have between 50 to 1000 students, offering top quality printing at an economical price even when print quantity is low.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) January 10, 2014
Schools, especially small and private schools, face a common problem every year. While there are plenty of printing companies around, few are able to offer small quantity, high quality printing at an economical price. The setup cost of a conventional offset printing press is just too high for smaller quantities, and the cheaper printers usually deliver inferior quality.
Sunrise Digital has been providing high-quality printing service since 1988. The company strives to produce the very best product in every market segment is serves, and it’s no different when it comes to digital printing. Sunrise Digital was one of the first companies in the US to invest in Indigo printing technology. Today, the company runs two HP Indigo presses and specializes in book printing.
Recent years have shown that in a measure to keep costs low, many schools have gone to digital printing to save money, but often have to settle for quality that is subpar. As the saying goes, “good enough seldom is”. Parents and teachers alike are having second thoughts about the blurry photos, inconsistent colors, poor binding, and late deliveries on the yearbooks. Where can schools find a reliable source that offers the best image quality at a competitive price? What should a school look for in a printing company? Important distinctions must be made when choosing the right technology, and the right company, to get the desired results.
These issues are addressed by ePrint123’s yearbook program. Schools can supply press-ready PDF files for printing, or work with a network of designers if they need more guidance. In addition to electronic PDF proofs, a physical press proof is included at no additional cost aside from the shipping, which is a bit of a rarity in the print community. This gives the school an opportunity to preview the final product, ensuring complete customer satisfaction on every project.
Since ePrint123 is a digital printer as opposed to conventional offset, they are able to provide a swift turnaround – the standard being five days with faster rush service options available. In this case neither quality nor variety is sacrificed for speed. Schools still have the option of four different binding techniques for their yearbooks: saddle-stitch, which is center stapling, optimal for books with fewer pages, spiral binding, perfect binding, and hard cover for the quintessential high school yearbook.
Schools are encouraged to submit artwork as high-res PDF files, ready to print. This means all the photos, text, layout, pagination, etc. should be done ahead of time to ensure the most efficient workflow. For schools without in-house design capabilities, ePrint123 contracts with a network of independent designers to provide typesetting service at a pre-determined, economical price to schools.
“Sunrise’s school yearbook program aims to solve the common challenge that faces every school…” says Jimmy Sun, the company’s president, “for over 25 years, we have and continue to deliver the highest quality printing at the lowest cost, and with the best customer service in the industry.”
Schools interested in ordering yearbooks can visit the company’s website at http://www.eprint123.com/yearbooks. A paper swatchbook showing print quality can be ordered online at no charge, except shipping cost.
About Sunrise Digital
Sunrise Digital is an Inc. 5000 company established in 1988 and employs the most advanced equipment and technology, such as G7-certified HP Indigo and UV flatbed presses, laser engraving, and digital die-cutting, to create best-in-class color printing, short-run packaging, P.O.P. retail displays, and signage products. A privately-owned enterprise, the company is based in Chicago and sells products worldwide.
For the original version on PRWeb visit: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/01/prweb11461402.htm