Nth Degree Imaging and Epson team up for servicing partnership
Nth Degree Imaging is proud to announce that it has become a UK service partner for Epson’s large format inkjet printers with immediate effect.
Nth Degree was started in 2008 by Phil Dowson, Northampton Saints and England professional Rugby player. Now managing director at Nth Degree, Phil stated that this new arrangement “will see our customers benefiting directly with front-line support from faces that they know and trust.” As an Epson authorised service partner, Nth Degree will “take control for the customer”, managing any interaction required with Epson. This includes a yearly service and on-site maintenance work executed directly by Nth Degree and charging back to Epson for parts and labour.
Our relationship with Epson has been established for many years during which we have consistently outsold our targets of Epson technology throughout the UK. We can now service our customers directly, all with the backup of Epson’s team of field engineers, technical support and priority parts supply, if required.Phil Dowson
Nth Degree Imaging has been selling Epson products since its inception and has been an official Epson distributor since June 2013. In a relatively short period of time, it has built an enviable reputation for supplying large-format Inkjet printers and consumables. Nth Degree also offers clients ground-breaking technology, including Augmented Reality solutions and an impressive portfolio of Colour Management software packages and services.
We recognise that having sold a customer a wide format inkjet printer, the relationship should not end there. Unlike many traditional hardware resellers we can also offer a full range of media, consumables, colour management tools and workflow software – all backed up by industry leading service and technical support. We see this as an ongoing partnership with our customers and as a result, we are always available for advice and help, free of charge, to help ensure the customer’s printer is running at optimum levels of performance.Matt Crowther