’s Parent Company Plans for Growth, Re-Elects Board of Directors

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Quantum Digital, parent corporation to color copy company, continues plans for expansion following annual shareholders meeting.

The overall economy in this country is our greatest threat and our greatest asset for gaining new business.

Quantum Digital, the parent company to online color copy company, held their annual board meeting Tuesday and re-elected their board of directors after reviewing the company’s progress in the last year and future plans for growth and expansion.

“The overall economy in this country is our greatest threat and our greatest asset for gaining new business,” wrote CEO David Pressley in the agenda. This is because, which is the primary focus of Quantum Digital, sells discount color copies and digital printing products at prices far below most offline printers. As more Americans try to stretch their printing budgets, more come online every day looking for the best prices and are led to But Pressley was careful to acknowledge that with a worsening economy, weakening dollar, rising debt and no end to the turmoil in sight, no company is immune from the pitfalls of the free market.

In the last year they have added products like perfect-bound books, magnets, labels and stickers, while lowering prices, doing away with minimum orders and hiring new labor.

The main focus of their expansion in the coming year is opening a production center in the Southwest. Shipping from somewhere like Las Vegas would cut delivery time to most of the Southwest and Southern California down to one day. Further possibilities for expansion include opening a production center on the East Coast, which would cut delivery time down to one day for nearly all of the United States.

“After price and value, the number one thing concerning our customers is how quickly they can get their product,” says Marketing Director Jeff Corbo. “If we can tell them they’ll have their color copies in one to two business days, that gives us a serious edge over the competition.”

The company is also in the midst of a site-wide redesign, which will increase ease of navigation and usability while streamlining the ability of administrators to add and remove new products and services on-demand.

Shareholders voted unanimously to re-elect the Board of Directors, including CEO David Pressley, Vice President/Marketing Director Jeff Corbo, and General Manager Lynn Klatt.

For more information on, or to place an order online for discount color copies and printing, visit them at You can also follow them on Twitter at or on Facebook at


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