Our thanks go to all our customers and to our staff for producing the work. Perhaps in a few years' time we'll be getting the Company of the Year Award for more than 100 employees!
LONDON (PRWEB) September 22, 2008
Lawrence Dalton, Managing Director of 1st Byte said: "We are absolutely delighted with this accolade, particularly because we are purely digital rather than standard offset printers, which are by far the majority of the industry."
The annual printing awards are held each year by the BPIF (British Printing Industries Federation) and Printing World magazine. There are two Company of the Year Award categories - one for printers with less than 100 employees (accounting for the most of the industry) and one for companies with more than this.
The awards were judged on customer satisfaction, financial performance and growth during 2007. 1st Byte submitted strong testimonials from clients, and showed 30% growth for the year, beating its own target.
During the year, 1st Byte was also able to consolidate its acquisition of Raging Thunder, a small digital printer with its own web-to-print software solution, without compromising customer service.
Mr Dalton concluded: "Our thanks go to all our customers and to our staff for producing the work. Perhaps in a few years' time we'll be getting the Company of the Year Award for more than 100 employees!"
More information on the award and 1st Byte printing services can be found at http://www.1stbyte.co.uk.
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