A new company is promising to make office supplies cheaper than ever, and its products are being designed to make life easier for employees.
Payless Office supplies, which was founded in 2011 by a former IBM employee, is hoping to help employees save money by cutting out the middle man and using technology to make more office supplies.
PayLess sells office supplies like office stationery, office supplies and office supplies for men and women.
It also sells a wide range of office accessories like pens, pencils and other office supplies that include stationary, chairs, desk covers, tables and more.
The company says it’s targeting the average office worker who wants to keep up with their work, not the average corporate executive who’s looking to cut costs.
CEO and cofounder, David Schreiber, says the company will sell disposable office products for employees, rather than buying office supplies to make the products more attractive.
“The reason we’re offering these products is to give people the opportunity to save money,” Schreib said.
PayForLess is selling office supplies at Walmart, Target, Best Buy, Walmart.com and other retailers.
The prices are much cheaper than what the average employee can pay.
Schreibus says the companies prices are similar to the ones Walmart and Target offer.
In the company’s website, you can get a list of the company items and a list for employees at checkout.
You can also order the company products on Payless office supply sites like etsy, Amazon and Amazon Prime.
Schrib says he has had positive feedback from people who’ve bought the office supplies through Payless.
“I can tell you that we’re very happy with the customer experience and we’re confident that we’ve put together a product that will give our customers a great shopping experience,” SchrIB said.