Using the Ontario Educational Collaborative Marketplace (OECM) the city of Clarence-Rockland opted to not go through the typical (and sometimes arduous) tendering / RFP process and instead sourced a quote directly through the buying consortium already used by many schools in the province. The managed service contract included departmental and account level print tracking via papercut software.  4Office looks for look forward to serving the city’s print needs now and into the future.