ChristianBell_May2013.jpg“All involved in procurement will benefit from meeting with us to talk cost savings, improved print and production quality and better use of resources,” head of sales and marketing at Point, Christian Bell, told SmartProcurement. “Readers should touch base with us at our stand at next week’s Smart Procurement World.”

“We have a host of news and insights to share with SPW visitors and conference delegates – the timing for our exhibit and presentation could not have been better,” he said

Additionally, Point will showcase their full range of products and services, including print and point of sale procurement management; promotional-item and corporate-gifting procurement management; transactional print management; colour management; pre-flighting and quality management; and their newly-launched digital asset management system (DAM).

“DAM is ideal for corporates, advertising and design agencies, media houses and government institutions. The system allows users to store and retrieve digital marketing assets (images, designs, logo variations, adverts, business cards and much more) at a click of the mouse. A central repository of this nature can save organisations thousands of Rands as staff do not waste valuable company time searching for materials, or land up having to pay for artwork to be re-produced.

Meanwhile, Point will share with SPW visitors, specifically those who operate in the rest Africa, the details of Point’s new Lagos operation that forms part of Point’s drive to improve their reach into the Middle East Africa-region. “It sets us in good stead to service clients across the continent”.

“We look forward to interacting with visitors and delegates invite all SPW attendees to visit us on stand 36,” conclude Bell.

For more information contact Christian Bell on christian@pointsa.co.za. Follow Point on Twitter @PointMEA.