Cenveo Managed Services

People, Process, & Technology

Cenveo Managed Services helps you streamline your print production processes; reduce costs while increasing transparency; and delivers on measurable business results.

 

Cenveo Managed Services

What Are Managed Services?

Whether you want to consolidate your supplier base, centralize procurement, reduce spend or simply desire to focus on your business rather than production and sourcing, Cenveo Managed Services can help you enhance your competitive advantage. While Managed Services is often used to describe a variety of print procurement services, at Cenveo, Managed Services is a set of holistic processes that measure, monitor and manage a company’s printing spend. We work with you to understand your organization’s print supply chain and print lifecycle, including design, print, freight, logistics, storage and fulfillment. Our solutions offer you the benefits of multi-year contracts, guaranteed cost savings, vendor consolidation - including your vendors or ours -, and on- or off-site support as an extension of your team. And Cenveo’s Kadena K-Source module gives you easy, web-based access to an online bid tool, vendor management, and reporting; so you have immediate transparency into spend and KPIs.

  • Vendor Consolidation
  • Located where you are
  • Value engineering
  • Manage Competitive Bidding
  • Best Fit Manufacturing: Digital, Offest or Web
  • Global
    Partnerships

Define it, Test it, Design it, Brand it, Fund it, Protect it, Make it, Launch it, Sell it

Cenveo Managed Services

Why Consider Managed Services for Your Business?

Do any of the following conditions apply to your business? If so, Cenveo Managed Services may be a good solution.

  • Desire for vendor consolidation, single-source suppliers and streamlined processes
  • Desire to focus on business goals and strategy rather than sourcing and production coordination
  • Desire to centralize or strengthen procurement function
  • Multiple buying locations, departments or divisions
  • Open to a strategic relationship vs. transactional bidding
  • Need for national or global service
  • Need for additional transparency and understanding of print spend