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The York-based printing and copier firm Doceo Office Solutions, recently moved its Dauphin County office to 15 S. Houcks Road in Lower Paxton Township. The new space will double the size of Doceo’s previous office, Doceo officials said Monday. The former space was just under 1,000 square feet while the new space is 2,050 square feet. In a newly renovated showroom, the firm will offer hands-on demonstrations of copiers and printers by a sales team led by Bill Alquist, vice president of sales,...Read More...
New contract for copying services projected to save $100,000 to $156,000 a year over five years. Erie School District Superintendent Brian Polito soon will have to adopt a new routine after he hits the “print” button on his computer. He will no longer be able to reach to his right and pluck documents from his desktop printer. Polito will have to leave his chair and take a quick stroll out of his office and around the corner, where the large photocopier sits in the waiting area. Other...Read More...
The FINANCIAL -- NORWALK, Conn. — Two recent signings provide further evidence that channel partners are finding growth opportunities with Xerox’s Managed Print Services. Multi-brand print dealer Alberta Printer Service won a four-year, $450,000 contract with an agriculture and construction equipment consolidator in western Canada. Additionally, longtime Xerox agent Professional Business Products (PBP) signed a four-year, $1.5 million contract renewal with the largest hospital in southern...Read More...
e Hays USD 489 school board passed several time-sensitive items in a special 7 a.m. meeting Thursday morning. The meeting originally had been scheduled to address the bid for leasing 25 photocopiers — two large-productions machines for the district’s central Copy Center and 23 among the buildings. New business later added to the agenda dealt with funding requests for the district’s Head Start and special education. At its May 21 meeting, the board voted down a $52,221 bid from Sumner One of...Read More...
Hays Post The Hays USD 489 Board of Education approved a five-year copier contract in a split vote during a special session Thursday morning. Three members voted against the $52,000 annual bid from Sumner One. Mandy Fox, Lance Bickle and Greg Schwartz said they wanted the district to be more aggressive in reducing the number of copiers used and the number of copies the district makes. The district has 23 copiers, including two production units in the copy center at administration center. The...Read More...
COPIER/PRINT SERVICES Board members Monday also approved a second request by Kitchen to award the corporation’s copier/print services contract to Advanced Imaging of South Bend. According to Kitchen, a request for proposals for the copier/print contract was released in December of last year, with three vendors responding by the proposal deadline. Those companies included the corporation’s current vendor Adams Remco, Advanced Imaging and Techknowledgey. Kitchen noted that a committee...Read More...
The commissioners also approved items such as the hiring of two part-time correction officers and promotion of a correction officer to sergeant, a resolution authorizing the application for a loan to be used for the Mifflin County Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation Program, a request for exoneration of 2018 county portion per capita taxes, from Armagh Township, the purchase of five service agreements by Children and Youth Services and a managed print service agreement with Quality Digital...Read More...
The St. Vrain Valley School Board approved a contract to Konica Minolta in reference to multi-functional copier equipment. This allows the district’s purchasing department “to move forward to finalize a lease purchase agreement for multi-function copier equipment, service and supplies pending successful validation of the solution proposed (proof of concept) and completion of contract negotiation and legal review,” according to the memorandum presented to the school board. School board...Read More...
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By Nathan Clark nclark1@mlive.com LANSING, MI - A Lansing man will owe Xerox $1 million after he is released from federal prison for illegally acquiring and reselling toner. U.S. District Judge Charles J. Siragusa of the Western District of New York sentenced David Miedel to one year in federal prison and $1,031,680.24 in restitution payments to the Xerox corporation for conspiracy to transfer stolen property in interstate commerce, according to the U.S. Justice Department. read the rest hereRead More...
Big Win for the Print Shop: PagePath acquires Printer’s Plan Technology powerhouses, MyOrderDesk and Printer’s Plan, are now under one roof. PLANO, IL: Two of the printing industry’s most experienced and trusted technology providers, PagePath Technologies, Inc. and SoftUSE, Inc. have reached an agreement under which the Printer’s Plan product, has been acquired by PagePath. This brings the leading Web-to-Print solution, MyOrderDesk, and the gold standard for shop management and MIS,...Read More...
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