Stuart Lee and Dave Foster of Selectech were equally keen to express their satisfaction with the Digidist appointment. "Myself and Dave were both at B&P up until recently, and through Digidist we have had significant help in both establishing our business, marketing it, and having continuity of supply on the most important products, not least ink. It has been a refreshing change, we have stock, we can deliver, and it is all backed up by a great level of after-sales service," said Lee.
In terms of the service provision mentioned by Stuart above, Digidist are also pleased to report that they have tied up a deal to provide ongoing warranty and on-site support to the Uniform customer base.
Wintle explained, "We have agreed a deal with a respected service provider, who has a fleet of 16 fully trained engineers providing nationwide next-day coverage. This deal means a comprehensive and rapid response service is now available to all Uniform users."
This is news that will also be gratefully received by many, as the recent financial restraints at B&P saw their engineering resource dwindle to two engineers, making it all but impossible for them to offer adequate service provision to their customers. However there is something of a caveat on that score, as Wintle explained, "It remains uncertain what will actually happen to the Uniform brand itself. As we understand it, following the demise of B&P, the Uniform brand had four different buyers bidding for it, so, depending on who actually bought it, it could yet potentially be resurrected as a sales tool to try and leverage business for the brands new owner, and then, dependent on where the 'new' ink has been sourced, and how thoroughly it has been tested, it most certainly will be a case of let the buyer beware."
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