Do Duplicate Books still have a place?

It seems that everything is heading paper-less, digital, online and, one can be forgiven for wondering why, in this day and age, are we still using the tried and tested duplicate book? Surely its time has passed. Surely there are more efficient ways to do things digitally? Our clients tell us differently.

While in the world of retail technology has made many printed forms superfluous, at the work face, where tradesmen are delivery services, trucks are delivery goods and physical work is being done, sturdy, hard copy transactions still have a role. Also, in many production or maintenance environments, the need for a system-specific way of documenting the process and tracking it, still favours the use of a hard copy system.

 

The reason for this is in the features that duplicate books offer our client:

  • Customised to suit a particular application and business
  • Branded for a professional image
  • Low tech, simple and secure
  • Durability & portability in tough environments
  • Duplicates are already bound and ready for numerical filing to ensure traceability
  • With multiple copies you can have control copies where information is required in multiple places
  • Cost per copy is low when compared to the value of work/services/goods being controlled

We have done duplicate books for a wide range of companies which includes:

  • Plumbers & electricians – quotes/invoices
  • Transport & construction machinery – logbooks /service books
  • Hydraulic Technicians – Job cards
  • Mechanics – job cards
  • Charities – Receipt books
  • Drawing office – plans issue book
  • Dental technicians – job cards
  • Stores – stock control – Issue Vouchers/Goods Received

As a result of the wise variety of previous examples, RevPrint is well-positioned to design, print and produce duplicates books for just about any requirement to bring goods and services under control.

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