Two production staff operating inserting equipment and sorting mail into Australia Post trays


  • Provide the latest version of the documents in small and large volumes on demand
  • Speed to market when customers ask for printed versions of these documents
  • Reduce the obsolete print items being thrown in the recycling bin
  • Reduce minimum print run from 500 to one
  • Reduce storage costs of their current stock

Smartcomm’s solution

We analysed the print run history. Smartcomm discovered fifty-plus documents that were perfect for a Web2Print service.

Smartcomm has an easy-to-use online ordering system called Smartstore. It has built in approval and reporting functionality. The client can order what they need, when they need it, without delay. We are now delivering completed print-on-demand jobs within two days, often within 24 hours.


  • Printing the latest version of the document on-demand through Smartstore ensures customers are receiving the right information quickly.
  • Document waste has decreased significantly.
  • Less storage space is needed.
  • Print costs are reduced.
  • Full reporting functionality and tracking enables better overall management.

Like to reduce your print costs? Smartcomm can help.

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