DNS thinking outside the box with photocopier wrapping

7th September 2021

Document Network Services are now giving their customers the option to wrap their photocopiers in whatever design they like.

If you didn’t already know by now, at DNS they LOVE printers & everything about them. There is nothing better than a shiny new device in the office, offering a world of possibilities for business productivity. However, they know that some people may think that their printer isn’t too pleasing on the eye, maybe they even try and hide their printer somewhere that isn’t in direct view – how heart-breaking?!

Well… that’s what got them thinking. Much of what day-to-day office workers do revolves around the printer, they are a staple (pardon the pun) within the workplace – so let’s make them fun! They want everyone to feel the same way we do about printers and so have set ourselves a mission to make our customers fall in love with their device (after all sometimes it’s about looks…)

They are now offering customers the option to wrap their devices in whatever print they wish, their brand colours, company logo or even something they just like the look of!

Fancy adding some pizazz to your printer? Whether you’ve got an idea in mind or just know you want to brighten up the device, get in touch! The possibilities of printer wrapping are endless.

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