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Case Studies


Organizations hire R3D2 because they have a business imperative to make improvements. Sustainable improvements. Here are examples of some of our client projects, and the results delivered:


Enterprise Operational Improvement - Variable Data Management and Critical Communications provider. This print and mail operation company had a lot of goods things going: a compelling business proposition, historically good results, and proven leadership. But they MORE


Enterprise Improvement- Software Development.
This developer of ERP solutions for non-profit organizations had a compelling business proposition, proven leadership, a stellar reputation in the market they served, and a custom programming backlog equal to one full  year of revenue!  However, customers MORE


Operational Improvement and Cohesion – Print, Mail and Fulfillment provider. This $179M national print on demand and fulfillment provider with international operations had a broad network across the US and Canada.  They had a high-profile client base, coupled with excellent margins MORE


Post-Acquisition Integration - Print and Mail Operations. This publicly held provider to financial services and insurance industries acquired a $100M competitor from a private equity firm. The acquired company had a broad, established client base, multiple service and production facilities and an established ERP system that the buyer lacked. The Print and Mail division of the acquiring company was smaller and not profitable. What they lacked was MORE


Enterprise Improvement - Graphic Arts Production Management Company. This large production management company was in a high-volume direct mail and gift card business.  This customer-focused organization had strong client relationships, and a well-understood value proposition.  They had a history of enjoying higher-than-average margins.  But the industry’s overall reduction in mail volume was causing MORE