Bakergoodchild invest in tomorrow with cutting edge equipment purchase and upgraded service offering

Growth | Technology

bakergoodchild, the leading Customer Communications Provider, has invested over £2 million in cutting edge technology and equipment as part of their 2021 Growth Strategy. The investment comes hot on the heels of bakergoodchild’s recent second site expansion and acquisition of leading DM provider, Send DM.

bakergoodchild are committed to delivering a high level of service to all their clients as well as offering channel choice for their customers, and their customer’s customers. With big growth ambitions in 2021, bakergoodchild have invested in a wide range of leading-edge technologies and equipment, as well as a second site, that will allow them to offer faster turnaround times, flexible and bespoke secure mailings and robust complex multi-channel solutions.

Some of the latest equipment purchases includes: Bowe 2 x Fusion cross inserters with Read & Print capabilities; Ricoh 2 x IP5000 Continuous Inkjet Presses; Duplo Booklet Makers and a Criterion Letter Sorter.

In addition, bakergoodchild have upgraded their existing hybrid mail platform and invested further in their multi-channel solutions to ensure clients are truly given channel choice when it comes to their customer communications.

Paul Brough, Managing Director of bakergoodchild, said: “These ambitious investments are a big step forward for us and have been a long time in the planning, but this is only the beginning of what will be an exciting 2021 for us. We are committed to being the single source for all our client’s communication requirements, so we need to always have a competitive edge within our industry. In order to provide our clients with the best, we need to invest, and there is more to come in the new year with a brand new customer suite as well as a complete office refurbishment.”

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