#1 Fastest-Growing PSDA Print Distributor in the Nation!

Regency Office Products was named the fastest-growing print distributor in the nation by Print Solutions magazine! Regency doubled its print sales in 2010 and increased by 74% in 2009. Regency’s back-to-back success and expansion across the country is a direct result of their commitment to technological solutions and out-of-the-box innovations.

Regency is a diversified business solutions company, who initially sold office supplies. Over time, they expanded their services and products to include printing, promotional products, personalized apparel, paper shredding, certified e-waste management, toner replenishment and much more. But, what makes this company unique is their use of cutting-edge technology. For example, Regency offers print-on-demand websites that allow their clients to personalize items, such as business cards and corporate apparel, by simply logging into a secured website and entering text. Clients can view instant online proofs and place print orders. The web-based system reduces overhead, is accessible from any location, and maintains a consistent brand appearance. And, it’s changing the way companies do business!

Regency also offers e-store websites that allow clients sell their own personalized products and apparel online. One client, a private school, uses the e-store to offer branded apparel, gifts and supplies to students, parents and even grandparents. The shipping, credit card processing and storage are handled by Regency, easing the school’s busy schedule and allowing them to focus on what they do best–helping students.

Regency is committed to staying on top of the newest services and technology, ensuring their continued growth, as well as their clients.

2nd Fastest Growing Print Distributor in the Nation

While other companies cut back on staff in 2009, Regency Office Products did not lay off any employees. “We had a temporary freeze on hiring sales people, but that has been lifted,” Director of Value-Added Services Pete Redondo says. Instead, the distributorship added more infrastructure to its Value-Added Services department, began exploring back office and operational software to create efficiencies, and focused on training. “We had a heavy focus on training and development for our existing sales force so we would be poised for a big 2010,” Redondo says.

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