Our goal is to help Trees for Life plant more trees by educating our clients to change the way they work.
Libris Systems was born from a design and marketing company called Juice Creative. For years we have worked with hundreds of companies helping them to market their services and products, most marketing covers some sort of printing, either brochures, catalogues, direct mail etc. What we found over the years is that companies over order the amount of print they need, or they create large multi-page brochures and catalogues crammed with all their products and services, these brochures and catalogues are then sent out to their entire client list. What we witness are clients sending out printed material to everyone in their database, not knowing if they are interested or not. Most clients print a catalogue with every product in, or a brochure with all their services listed, not knowing the people they are sending the marketing out to are only interested in one or two things. We wanted to change this and reduce the amount of wasted resources and paper that go with this. Libris Systems was born. Our clients now store all their marketing collateral in Libris in the cloud, from the system they can create bespoke, personalised one off brochures. These are then either emailed to the client in a PDF format, or they can print just one copy and send to the client. This way of working has drastically reduced the amount printing our clients require, not only saving them thousands in their marketing budgets, but also saving thousands of trees. Our goal is to help Trees for Life plant more trees by educating our clients to change the way they work, a win win for everyone and the environment. Help us help the environment by introducing Libris Systems to businesses who what to make a difference.
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