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A UK central government department needed to cut costs and waste. Xerox and its Managed Print Services solution delivered to the tune of 30 percent print savings and 12 percent less CO2 emissions.
Green, Economical Printing at a UK
Central Government Department
Affordability, Transparency and Flexibility
through Managed Print Services
4,000employees work in this
department, across an
evolving land and
and Go Green?
The department identiﬁed printing as an area where it
could simultaneously deliver on two of its key objectives:
Switching to a Fully
Managed Print Service
Xerox demonstrated its technology and services
through an eight-week proof of concept. The results
helped the department to choose the devices and
service elements that worked best for it.
Lower Costs, Reduced Emissions
and Improved Reliability
The department has achieved a standardised cost per impression for its printing,
improved its cost transparency, gained more reliable devices, and is on track to
achieve its cost and sustainability objectives.
reduction in CO2 emissions since
the start of the contract.
target for cost reduction over
the life of the contract.
reduction in calls to the helpdesk.
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Learn how Xerox document management services can help your
organisation print for less and print less:
2 month trial
proved the beneﬁts of a pro-
active managed print service.
4 year contract
was agreed, within the relevant
UK public sector framework
agreement, providing for a mix
of lease and rental agreements
to cost-effectively support
ofﬁce space rationalisation.
3 core device types
were chosen, equipped with
the Xerox Secure Print
Manager Suite for improved
print queue management.
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The challenge: a range of devices from different vendors
made it hard to standardise printing costs.
An ofﬁce space rationalisation programme contributed
additional complexity and meant that managing printing
required signiﬁcant internal resources.