Case Studies


Taylor Wessing was growing exponentially and so, too, was the amount of documentation its lawyers needed to print on a daily basis. Their print room was inundated with jobs that required a never-ending repetition of clicks: open, print, exit… repeat. The average batch consisted of 100-200 documents and often occupied one team member for hours. This was a laborious and frustrating process. Errors were inevitable. Costs were sky high. Countless hours were wasted. They needed technology that rivaled their ever-increasing requirements—a solution that minimized errors, cut costs, and, above all else, saved time.

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Bird & Bird LLP is a rapidly growing Top 20 International Firm and, thus, the amount of documentation it needs printed is also ever-growing. Batch printing by hand became too slow for their mounting requirements. The print room knew they needed a solution that paralleled the innovative pace of the company.

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Reed Smith has been rapidly growing and the needs of their London office quickly exceeded the yields of manual batch printing. The firm was required to print hundreds of electronic files of varying formats each day for document review, trial submission, client services and more. Not only did this entail thousands monotonous clicks per batch but for many of the more complex files this process also included formatting, unlocking passwords and other measures.

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