How can my company go about choosing a vendor?
Look for a CD and DVD replication service provider with experience. The longer a company has been in business, the more experience and expertise they acquire.
Look at the Web site of potential CD and DVD replication vendors. A companys Web site will usually reflect the sort of service and quality they provide.
When working with a CD and DVD replication vendor for the first time, it may be wise to purchase for a smaller-scaled marketing campaign. If you are completely satisfied with their services, then you can use them for larger campaigns.
Choose a CD and DVD replication vendor with specific experience in your industry. They will be able to relay anecdotes on what others have done, and will be able to provide you with additional tips on how to implement their products into your own marketing endeavors.
DSM CD Duplicating Service – Specializes in CD, CDR, or dat tape duplication short-runs.
DVB Media – Specializes in short-run optical disc and flash drive copying. Also offer printing and graphic design services.
DVD Quote – Specializes in DVD duplication and replication, especially on jobs involving smaller units.
DVDs4Less – Disc duplication services, specialising in short-runs.
Dancor and Associates – Firm offering optical disc replication and packaging services – manufacturing in the USA.
Data Direct – Sells and services CD-R duplication and printing systems.
DataDisc, Inc – Offers optical disc duplication, printing and packaging.
Demo Master – CD and DVD mastering design and duplication for the music industry.
Digital Data Ltd – Disc printing and duplication services. Also offer VHS to DVD conversion services.
Digital Disc Duplication – Duplication company based in England, offering design and duplication services. Working closely with the music industry providing authoring and audio CD manufacturing.
Digital Domain – CD and CD-ROM mastering, digital imaging, graphic design, CD and booklet replication and printing.