Xerox Managed Print Services Helps Set Warrington Borough Council on Track to More Digital Future
Warrington Borough Council wanted to lower their printing costs as a way to make efficiency savings. They also wanted to help people use less colour, reduce the total amount they print, outsource fewer large jobs, and begin a journey toward digital transformation of print and mail.
Public Sector Procurement Simplifies Tender
Using the Crown Commercial Service public sector framework agreement, Warrington Borough Council went out to tender for a managed print contract. Our pricing and supporting services, including Xerox Managed Print Services (MPS), helped us win the deal.
Results Beyond Savings
Warrington Borough Council is delighted with the results it has achieved thus far with Xerox. Print costs are down. People are printing less. And with the multifunction printers (MFPs) defaulting to black-and-white, fewer colour pages are printed.
Read the case study to learn more about the council’s results, including: Office print volumes cut by 5% for colour and by 6% for black-and-white, thanks to pull printing (reducing wasted prints) and scan-to-email. First-year cost-saving targets of 4% on office print and 15% in the print room achieved. Around £60,000 saved annually by printing council tax bills in house; part of which have been invested in developing printing and scanning apprenticeships. Access to advice and capabilities to drive digital transformation
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