“One thing you can count on is our passion for what we do,” said Gene Hamzhie, president of FireSprint. “Our focus concentrates on helping our clients grow, encouraging the growth of our own people, and building the kind of business we, and our customers can all be proud of.”
FireSprint was originally founded in 2007 as TargetOmaha Marketing. By the beginning of 2009, they had more than 600 customers that worked with them on a monthly and/or seasonal basis. “With this model, we were growing. Around town, you couldn’t drive two blocks without seeing some of our work,” said Hamzhie.
With so much print work to fulfill, the company found it difficult to find a supplier who could meet the demand and also maintain quality and therefore needed another solution. “No matter what the volume, it seemed that every supplier/printer we worked with, couldn’t maintain the high level of quality, speed and accuracy our customers came to expect with the other products we manufactured in-house,” said Hamzhie. “It was at this point that we decided to become the supplier we worked so hard to find. That’s when FireSprint was born.”
“We had a negative experience with our first digital flatbed. It just did not meet our expectations. So, when looking into buying our next printer, it took a lot longer because of our first experience,” noted Hamzhie. The Rho P10 series is suited for large format specialists who aim for a consistent quality on a variety of advertising and promotional materials. Now that FireSprint has increased their capabilities with the Durst Rho P10 250 HS Plus, they are winning much more business they did not have previously.