MassPrinting Posts 28% Revenue Growth in 2016

Strong Growth in Customer Base Results in 41% Revenue Growth Over Past Three Years

BOSTON, Mass. - MassPrinting today announced it achieved 28% growth in year-over-year revenue in 2016. This growth was driven by current client renewals and implementations with new clients, and marks three straight years of growth for the company with a 41% increase in revenue since 2013.

As organizations continue to struggle with the demands of document output, MassPrinting’s unique combination of innovative technology and simple solutions has proven to be an industry-leading answer to these challenges.

“Last year was a big year for us,” said Andy Pallotta, President of MassPrinting. “Our growth is proof that MassPrinting continues to meet the needs of clients. They’re continually finding value and saving money through the innovative technology and simple solutions we provide to them.”

2016 Highlights

  • Growth in Insurance Clients - Merchants Insurance Group, Homesite Insurance, and The N&D Group are three of several insurance carriers MassPrinting either added as new clients or signed to contract extensions.

  • Creative Solutions - Worked with BriteCore to create innovative print solution for its clients through an information-pulling API; worked with Innovative Vending Solutions to print custom packaging solutions for its clients.

  • Commercial Printing - Renewed printing relationships with the Boston Red Sox, Fenway Sports Group, Boston College, and BC High. The company also printed the media guide for the New England Patriots for the fourth consecutive year.

  • Staff Expansion - MassPrinting increased its headcount by 30%.

About MassPrinting Inc.

MassPrinting has over twenty five years of experience providing document output solutions to meet customer needs. Our vast experience working with insurance carriers has enabled us to know their specific challenges so we can deliver simple solutions through innovative technology.

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