Our Solutions: Custom Printing & Promotional Product Management

Velocity is a leader in offering customized storefront solutions for printing services. We support our clients by helping them gain control of their marketing assets whether it be internal company communications, consumer or B2B marketing materials, or branded promotional products. Our skill sets are extensive and include the creation, design, production, and distribution of marketing materials. We consider ourselves as the “keeper” of our clients’ brand and the true test of consistent marketing communications. We hope you find our Velocity case studies of our printing, promotional products, fulfillment, and on-demand storefront services useful and thought-provoking.

Ten80’s Distribution & Fulfillment Need

A leader in the nonprofit sector, Ten80 Education is an organization educated to help students excel in STEM at all ages. Every year, the organization hosts an event, “Student Racing Challenge”. This event requires car kits for students to be distributed around the country. Ten80’s previous distributor was having trouble fulfilling the orders, reporting issues, and proper response times. Velocity brought them a specialized ordering system where we fulfilled, shipped, and tracked all their orders at once. With Velocity, Ten80 can trust their students will have their car kits-delivered, custom-made, and ready for the race.

Visions Federal Credit Union’s Online Storefront Success

Visions Federal Credit Union is a nonprofit financial institution entirely owned by its members. Celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016, Visions serves more than 187,000 members with 46 offices in communities throughout New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. Services include banking as well as auto, home, personal, and business loans.

ECR International Leverages Success With a Managed Printing Solution

ECR International is a full-service provider of American engineered and manufactured hydronic and forced air products. In many ways, ECR has made it possible for people around the world to enjoy a higher standard of indoor heating and cooling comfort. Our Velocity Account Manager was working with ECR on a series of branded promotional products when he was asked if Velocity would handle ECR’s printing and distribution needs. The volume and storage needs of ECR had outpaced the space of their current provider. The ECR distribution network ranged from large technically savvy companies to small enterprises.

Marketing Storefront Saves the Day for Solar Company PosiGen During Expansion

PosiGen Solar Solutions, a leader in solar photovoltaic systems, energy efficiency retrofits and energy education, came to Velocity with a challenge: With additional offices coming online in Louisiana, New York, and Connecticut how would their B to C marketing material be housed and distributed in a timely and efficient manner. Future expansion into other cities was also a near future consideration.

The Ecommerce Storefront Solution: United Methodist Homes

Velocity worked with the UMH marketing staff to create a custom solution that would fit their needs. The online e-store includes marketing collateral, custom office stationery for four campus locations, the corporate office (letterhead, business cards, and envelopes) and promotional giveaways. Inventory is housed at Velocity’s warehouse and fulfilled on a per-order basis.

A Virtual Storefront: Our Solution For KE Durasol Awnings

Velocity worked with the Durasol marketing staff to create a custom solution that would fit their unique needs. The client was looking for a way to consolidate distribution to their 100 plus dealers utilizing one vendor instead of many. They recognized that utilizing in-house staff to coordinate and ship materials was too costly and time-consuming. Materials include brochures; sell sheets, apparel, promotional products.

How Our Financial Printing Services Helped Royal Alliance

A leader in financial services this company came to Velocity looking for help in increasing their recruitment of financial advisors. The client was not concerned or interested in typical direct mail results. Their recruitment process typically involved developing lead lists of interested agents and engaging them through some method of conversation regarding the services of Royal Alliance and the benefits of joining this group. Their goal was to be more proactive in their approach. Previous efforts fell short in response times.