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Staples launches omnichannel service aimed at small business


Staples is expanding its omnichannel capabilities with a new service that hopes to take advantage of small business growth in 2015.

According to a new Staples survey conducted by Research Now, the majority of small business leaders (87%) are optimistic about the year ahead. To help small business customers drive growth in 2015, Staples has launched Print-to-Store.

Staples’ new Print-to-Store service will allow customers to order print jobs through and pick them up at their closest Staples store. Print-to-Store leverages Staples retail network to extend the convenience and flexibility of an omnichannel shopping experience to all Staples Advantage customers.

“We are committed to making it easy for our Staples Advantage customers to shop, however and whenever they want,” said Steve Bussberg, senior vice president, Staples Advantage. “Print-to-Store is a unique offering that leverages our vast network of retail locations while streamlining billing for both end-users and procurement departments. A true omnichannel offering, Print-to-Store provides convenient access to professional printing services, regardless of location.”

Available at all Staples stores that offer copy and print services, Print-to-Store aims to make it easy for employees to order print jobs from any location while providing procurement departments greater visibility into what is being printed and helping to control spending. Print-to-Store offers telecommuters the flexibility to use their Staples Advantage accounts to submit print jobs, which can be picked up at the nearest retail location. Staples Advantage’s streamlined billing means workers don’t have to worry about paying in-store or submitting expenses for reimbursement.

Staples 1,832 has retail stores throughout the United States and Canada.

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