The Liquor Control Board of Ontario recently consolidated with 4 Office as it’s primary managed print service provider. The time sensitive rollout, covering every office and store location in the province, took place over a span of three months and was successfully completed near the end of 2013.
4 Office has been awarded a contract with the Ottawa Police Department. 4 Office staff will continue to work with the department to create greater efficiencies, consolidation and cost control across all the devices in the fleet.
The Durham Catholic school board has selected 4 Office to manage and replace their existing fleet of print devices. 4 Office has implemented a managed print services solution aimed at getting rid of all single function / high cost devices. The solution includes “Everyone Print” for Education Technology, which also gives users the ability to print Read More
4 Office has been awarded a contract to implement a large scale roll out to the Canada Revenue Agency with close to 1000 stand alone Kyocera copier devices.
The city of Kingston wanted better control and transparency over their print related costs. 4 Office was able to accommodate by taking over the management of an existing fleet of print devices, while replacing outdated models with low cost per print, environmentally friendly multifunctionals. Intelligent swipe cards have been enabled (via P Counter) which allow Read More
Starting with a fleet of about 350 copiers and 2,000 printers, the City of Ottawa sought the assistance of an independent consultant and adapted the principles of Gartner Consulting. After a grueling contest where proof of capability was key, 4 Office beat out the industry’s largest corporations. By adding 350 more Kyocera multifunctionals, the City Read More
As a general rule, corporations do not renew after five year contracts unless the products, pricing and services have been exemplary. After having cut their fleet size by 70%, the green house gases by 58% and their costs by 40%, we can conclusively say the Managed Print Solutions as provided to the LCBO by Kyocera Read More
When it was time to update and right-size their existing print fleet, Hydro One chose the latest in multifunctional technology from Lexmark backed by a knowledgeable partner. Hydro One-Brampton chose 4 Office as the vendor best able to meet the challenge.
With 38,000 students, all in need of easy access to print, scan and copy capabilities, the university sourced a sophisticated “charge-back” software to solve the problem. The only problem was it didn’t really work with our competitors existing 350 machine fleet. The solution; a new supplier and a small fleet of Lexmarks to tide them Read More
In the office equipment world, a win/win is a renewal at a lower cost. If the service and the products are outstanding, why not make some significant savings by renewing for another year or two. Here are just a few of the recent 4 Office public sector renewals that attest to the quality of the Read More