Elite Dealer 2021

ABS recognized as an Elite Dealer for 2021 by enx magazine

Each year, ENX magazine judges Elite Dealer applicants on a number of criteria, from technical service excellence to marketing proficiency, growth initiatives, technology leadership, industry accolades and philanthropy. Those dealers chosen are profiled in the December issue of ENX Magazine.

Biggest Accomplishment of the Past Year: With fewer people in offices printing copies, to better serve their customers Automated Business Solutions expanded their offerings to include VoIP systems, IT services, envelope printers and work-from-home equipment.

“We are excited to receive such a prestigious award! ABS is built on the foundation of trust, fairness and integrity. We are a customer centric organization supported by an exceptional team of technology professionals dedicated to exceeding customer expectations.” – President, Mike Ardry

To read ENX magazine and other Elite Dealers across the country please visit enx magazine.

Cagle, Erik. “Elite Dealers: $10 million to $20 million.” enx the week in IMAGING,  26 Nov. 2021, enx magazine http://www.enxmag.com/twii/elite-dealers/2021/11/elite-dealers-10-million-to-20-million-6/. Accessed 26 May 2022

Emerging Leaders

Emerging Leaders Kickoff Meeting

What a great way to kickoff a new month! Our IT Coordinator, Jessica Perry and Logistics Coordinator, Corey DiRenzo led the Kickoff Meeting for our new committee called “Emerging Leaders” here at Automated Business Solutions. Thinking caps were on as this dedicated team came together to brainstorm ideas for community involvement.

Mike Ardry President of ABS holding a keepsake from RI Invitational 2022 Bowling Tournament

ABS generously helped to support the RI Invitational 2022 Scratch Bowling Tournament

Automated Business Solutions generously supports the Rhode Island Invitational 2022 Scratch Bowling Tournament. Congratulations to this year’s winning team Bowlero Cranston, consisting of Jon Van Hees, Matt Janas, Timothy Giguere, Timothy Bernard Healey, Gian Papa, Ray Snow, Dion Baker, Randy Hagemoser, Tim Gagne and James Bessette – with team captain Greg White – won the 2022 Rhode Island Invitational held at Walnut Hill Bowl in Woonsocket. Thank you John Papa and Rhode Invitational for our new personalized bowling ball souvenir. To learn more about the tournament you can visit their Facebook Page RI Invitational 2022 Scratch Tournament.

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Automated’s 2021 Technology Summit

Thank you to all who joined us for the Automated Business Solutions Technology Summit 2021. This years Summit included a tribute to Alan Albergaria, our late President who was struck and killed by a drunk driver March 27th 2020. A total of $4165 in funds were raised to support #MADD Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Thank you to the #ProvidenceBruins and Providence #DunkinDonutsCenter for making it a safe fun night. Please don’t forget to designate a driver!

he National MS Society annual 757 FedEx Express Jet Pull.

National MS Society Annual Jet Pull

Our Automated Business team came together Sept 25th for the National MS Society annual 757 FedEx Express Jet Pull. We are excited to have raised $2,380 with a pull of 10.038 seconds! The funds raised for this event help to fund the critical research, programs and services that make a difference in the lives of people affected by multiple sclerosis. We congratulate the Providence Fire Department as the 1st place winners with the winning time of 9.205 seconds raising $13,110! #msjetpull #nationalmssociety #FedEx

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Qualify your Business for Light Production Print!

Checklist for Light Production Printing Candidates

You’ve may have heard about light production printers but are not sure if one is right for your organization. This checklist is to help you determine whether this type of device is appropriate for your company. If you find yourself answering “yes” to these questions, you are encouraged to seek out more information from Automated Business Solutions about this technology.

Do you print high-quality color documents? Light production devices excel at printing in color, with support for Pantone color matching and compatibility with the G7 gray balance system developed by Idealliance. Support for various media types, such as heavier and coated paper stocks, adds to the quality of the output.

Do you print high volumes of material? Light production printers are robust machines equipped for printing large quantities of output. For example, they generally have a monthly duty cycle of 101,000 to 300,000 pages, and a paper capacity of at least 7,000 pages. These capabilities go well beyond those of a typical office printer.

Do you encounter tight deadlines? Having your own light production device can alleviate issues around meeting deadlines. Because the device is on site, you can quickly turn around last-minute print jobs to accommodate your needs or those of clients. When you outsource printing, however, you are at the mercy of the print service provider’s schedule.

Do you print confidential material? How sensitive is the material you print? For example, are you printing proprietary product designs, customer information, or strategy-filled presentations? If so, the benefits of conducting in-house printing are clear. By bypassing a print service provider, you are reducing the risk of the information falling into the wrong hands.

Do you requiring finishing? Do you print items requiring finishing, such as books, booklets, and directories? Might you require finishing capabilities going forward? Light production devices typically incorporate a variety of finishing features, including stapling, saddle stitching, hole punching, folding, trimming, and stacking.

Are you looking to save money? While light production devices are an investment, they can save organizations money over time. They have a lower cost per page compared to office-class devices, for example. Furthermore, gains in efficiency and client satisfaction resulting from light production technology can further strengthen balance sheets.

Conclusion: If you answered “yes” to some of the above questions, light production technology might be appropriate for your organization. You, your colleagues, and your clients can benefit from improvements around print quality, print volume capability, job flexibility, information confidentiality, and cost savings.

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