Case Study - Medlock Electrical Distributors
Established in 1910, Medlock are the largest independent electrical wholesale group in the UK. The business has grown rapidly over the last few years and now has more than 40 branches from which it serves a broad range of customers buying electrical goods and components for domestic, retail and commercial situations.
Case Study - Nottingham Forest F.C.
Nottingham Forest Football Club has achieved much success across its 150 year history. The smooth running and promotion of the club demands a great deal of its office functions behind the scenes. Workflow recently implemented a powerful yet highly cost-effective managed print solution to help those operations run more reliably and efficiently.
Case Study - Crystal Palace Football Club
Founded in 1905, Premier League football club Crystal Palace is based in South London. The club is managed and run from offices spread across four different sites in London, including the historic 25,456 capacity Selhurst Park which has been the home ground since 1924.
Case Study - Saracens Rugby Club
Established in 1876, Saracens Rugby Club is one of London’s premier rugby clubs. Seventy-five staff operate from the club’s offices at its state-of-the-art stadium site in North West London. Workflow are season ticket holders at the club and regularly take clients to watch matches. The Workflow team recently partnered with the club to improve its print usage.
Case Study - Martin & Co
Martin & Co is one of the largest property franchises in the UK, with a network of 192 offices. From a prominent high street position, the Welwyn Garden City franchise handles the full array of estate agency services including property sales, rentals and mortgages as well as property investment advice.
Case Study - Loscoe Chilled Foods
Based in Derbyshire, Loscoe Chilled Foods was established in 1990, having started life as a family butchers shop. The business is now an important supplier of cooked and raw meats to the food manufacturing and service industries in the UK and Europe. It employs 150 staff and is an approved supplier to the likes of Marks & Spencer, Sainsbury and Tesco.
Case Study - Brasier Freeth
Brasier Freeth is an award-winning business offering an extensive range of property-related services to clients within the public and private sectors across the UK, including many household names. The leading property agent in Hertfordshire, the organisation has three offices in the county and has recently added a fourth in Central London – a reflection of the firm’s growing client list in the capital.
Case Study - Harold Benjamin
Harold Benjamin is one of the UK’s leading law firms specialising in commercial property development. In line with its reputation for being forward-thinking and client-focussed, the business has expanded its offering to include a broad range of legal services for business in general and also for individuals. In the last three years, overall turnover has doubled to £7.5m and the firm now employs 80 staff across two London sites.
Case Study - Calder Vets
Calder Vets is Yorkshire’s leading veterinary group. Starting life 60 years ago as a small mixed practice in Dewsbury, the business has grown to become a thriving organisation with 12 branches, a state-of-the-art hospital, a team of 160 staff and 40,000-50,000 clients to its name.
Case Study - Wagstaffs Chartered Accountants
Founded in 1948, Wagstaffs is a thriving independent accountancy practice serving clients right across the UK from a Stevenage base.
Between them, the 35-strong team offers a full line-up of financial and advisory services to clients ranging from private individuals and business start-ups to large corporate entities.
Case Study - Roundwood Park School
Roundwood Park School is a mixed secondary school with academy status situated in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. With 1,260 pupils across seven academic years and teaching staff needing printed materials for many of their lessons, the demand for reliable quality print is high. In the last year alone the number of A4 and A3 printouts generated by the school easily exceeded a million.
Case Study - Willen Hospice
Willen Hospice is a registered charity that provides specialist care for people whose illness no longer responds to curative treatment (also known as specialist palliative care). It provides care for people from the age of 18 years upwards in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas.
The organisation operates out of 12 sites including a hospice in Milton Keynes, an income generation office, a warehouse and nine charity shops.
Case Study - Sheffield United FC
Founded in 1889, Sheffield United operates from a modern 30,000+ capacity stadium and high spec training ground, with 150 staff working across the two sites.
Workflow recently introduced new state-of-the-art copy, print and scan devices across these two sites to help streamline operations, increase visibility and minimise the amount of time and money the business as a whole was spending on managing its print environment.
Case Study - Doncaster Knights
Reputedly “the most promoted team in English rugby history”, the Doncaster Knights clearly have a reputation worth protecting.
The club’s home is Castle Park – a 5,000 capacity stadium which is also a thriving venue for conferences, weddings and other events. Club operations are handled across two buildings on the site, and alongside day-to-day business documents, the club also prints the bulk of its marketing materials in-house – including mail-outs to supporters and 50 A3 colour posters every week.
Case Study - Brookdale Care
Brookdale Care is the leading independent provider of secure rehabilitation, residential and supported living care for people with autism, mental health needs and learning disabilities in the UK.
The business operates across 10 sites, with a head office in Welwyn Garden City. Although there is an overall move towards greater digitisation, printouts are still a key requirement for meetings as well as providing information to clients and stakeholders.
Case Study - Domino's
Domino’s is the world’s leading pizza delivery company, serving around 1.5 million pizzas every day across the globe.
Domino’s UK Head Office is in Milton Keynes – a modern site from where 350 staff handle the centralised functions which support the organisation in the UK. The majority of Domino’s 800 stores in the UK are franchised units.