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Green Computing Thread, Printing - Anyone gone fully managed? in Technical; We've gone from 100 or so printers to 26 contacted MFP. We're using pcounter at the minute but moving to ...
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    We've gone from 100 or so printers to 26 contacted MFP.

    We're using pcounter at the minute but moving to Papercut in the summer. We are cutting back further in the summer to just 16, which includes 3 larger photocopiers. We've reduced printers/costs and admin time significantly. We only have a single printer that isn't under contact but that's for printing cheques.

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    Yes we've gone from 60+ laser and inkjets down to 30 devices and includes the reprographic copiers (could have shrunk it by a further 50% if we could have encouraged SMT and others to give up their MFPs). Over the last 4 years I have managed to completely save what we spend on our old consumables budget. Papercut keeps a tight reign on those who are printing. So all is good here now.

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    +1 for papercut. Works flawless and saves a lot of money. We deploy one printer as a 'virtual' printer which staff all print to. Staff can then release their printing at whichever photocopier they arrive at. Cuts down on alot of wasted paper and wax!
    We currently use 6..soon to be 7 xerox wax photocopiers.
    All managed by euro digital.

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    Another one for papercut. Fully print managed by Riso. They have been great

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    Paper cut here, built a print release station out of a Pi, £20 MiFare card reader and a 10" usb touch screen works a dream.

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    If anyone would like more info on our managed print drop us a PM, the benefits of using us are:

    Full or partial roll-out, it's up to you what you have managed
    Full range of vendors supported Canon, Ricoh etc
    All management platforms (papercut etc) are included
    Low cost per copy (CPC)
    The online management platform is easy to use and will undoubtedly save you a huge amount of time.

    We'll gladly pop along/host a webinar to show you what we do

    Joe

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