4 Office Automation was recently honoured as the top education solution provider by CDN and IT World Canada. Each year, CDN, the leading publication of Canada’s IT channel community, assesses IT solution providers across Canada in formulating their industry benchmark report which presents an overview of the various market segments as well as trends within the information technology industry.
In addition to being the major supplier of Kyocera print devices to the Federal Government under the current NMSO, 4 Office also offers equipment and services for the following agreements: Agreement number: EZ107-120004 (MPS Supply Arrangement) The scope of the MPS Supply Arrangement includes consulting and implementation services to Federal Departments with print optimization and the application of a fleet Read More
Elmwood School is an independent day school located in the city of Ottawa. It was founded in 1915 and is an International Baccalaureate World School. Elmwood recently partnered with 4 Office Automation to deploy a full Managed Print Services solution that will allow for 100 percent cost accounting with follow me printing functionality.
The Hamilton Wentworth District School Board recently extended its contract with 4Office for its existing fleet Multifunction-Devices. 4office and hwdsb have introduced “follow me print” and “batch processing” to further reduce the board’s operating costs and automate its invoice processing.
4Office is proud to announce our recent appointment as an OECM approved supplier for office Multi-Function Devices and Managed Print Services. This prestigious award as part of the consortium bid will allow 4Office to approach the Broader Public Sector educational clients with comprehensive hardware and software offerings that have been sanctioned by the Ontario Government entity OECM.
Based on our Quick Quote submission, OCAD University awarded its MPS contract to 4 Office in August 2015. A total of sixty-two (62) Kyocera custom-configured devices were deployed to OCAD’s locations downtown Toronto during their reading week in October. Card readers were installed on each Multi-Function Device allowing users to simply wave their HID card Read More
Ontario Shores Centre for Mental Health Sciences recently extended its contract with 4 Office for their existing mfd fleet at the whitby campus.
Hydro Ottawa wanted to streamline and consolidate their print and multifunctional device fleet. 4 Office helped them move to a complete Managed Print Services solution that will allow for 100 percent cost accounting with follow me printing functionality.
The Halton Public District School Board has renewed their existing Riso contract with 4 Office for another 2 years.
In a preemptive move the CRA has awarded 4 Office its first extension to the national fleet of print devices, well ahead of its August expiry deadline.