Konica Minolta's solution included providing over 100 MFDs and upgrading their legacy management software solution. With awareness and control over usage and cost across the entire fleet for the first, the University has been able to reduce their costs by 30%.
Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council is no stranger to the benefits of Managed Print Services with Print Management. With a fleet of 112 Konica Minolta MFDs and 10 desktop devices, Tameside needs to relocate devices as demand changes across their many sites.
The Konica Minolta Consultancy Services Division undertook an extensive print assessment before deploying a print management solution that enabled the Portfields school to make savings of 42% per yer with a 5 year savings projected to be in excess of £22,000.
Konica Minolta won the tender to provide MMD Shipping Services with 11 news desktop printers, 7 multifunctional devices and an array of document management solutions. Gaining control over their IT systems, providing accountability and better audit processes.
Through the introduction of YSoft SafeQ, Connect Distribution has seen benefits in reporting and monitoring which has allowed them to drive down print costs, particularly with colour printing and addressed users' confidentiality concerns about printing to shared devices.
With an increasing demand for short run print jobs in the area, Droitwich Print believed it would benefit considerably by investing in a state of the art digital press. Following a demo of an entry-level production print system able to product near litho-like quality, the team was sold.
Norfolk Contsbulary wanted a solution that would rationalise their whole print process, putting in place centralised control and management oversight. Using print audit statistics Konica Minolta conducted a full survey to determine the best device for each location.
After they dipped their toes in the digital press market Colorworld wanted to upgrade to a more sophisticated model that could meet their growing needs. As soon as they saw the results from a Konica Minolta machine it was clear it was in a different class to others.
A new suite of Konica Minolta digital production print systems, finishing equipment and a sophisticated web-to-print solution has enable Surrey Design and Print to cost-efficiently boost its offer to increase revenue, as well as deliver an enhanced customer experience.
Using the RM1599 framework, Konica Minolta was appointed to supply multifunctional products and software solutions. This allowed the council to accurately manage cost and efficiency, ensuring the best value and maximum length of services from their devices.
Konica Minolta recommended appropriate solutions, to provide a range of benefits to the customer following a comprehensive document workflow assessment to understand the existing document/content management processes.
To keep up with demand Awesome Merchandise invested in a bizhub PRESS C8000 allowing them to produce more work in a shorter timeframe. This enabled their customers to benefit from quicker job turnaround and a more streamlined service.
As their demand for digital output grew in volume, Pinstripe wanted to ensure their capital expenditure was cost effective. The Konica Minolta proposal represented a turning point for digital stability and quality on long print runs; designed to meet their demanding requirements.
As demand for short run colour digital work increased Hunts required a faster, more robust machine with greater throughput and better output quality. Using the latest technology, Konica's bizhub machines were chose for their value of money, speed and print quality.
Bolton College needed to rationalise their range of suppliers and print technologies, with a more efficient and effective solution that could meet their demand. With a 'future proof' proposal and professional approach, Konica Minolta won the tender.
GI Solutions wanted to expand their digital print production capacity to cater for increased demand, with print quality and output speed key requirements. They chose two digital colour presses to meet the demanding and diverse requirements of the commercial print sector.
Bio Products Laboratory appointed Konica Minolta to provide an extended print service under lot 2 of the framework agreement which offers a full catalogue of multi-functional devices and services, including Print Room services from four suppliers.
Pepper chose to continue their relationship with Konica Minolta, investing in a flagship digital colour bizhub system for the high-speed production print market, supported by mono production machines to ensure outstanding productivity.
Derby City Council have implemented a state of the art managed document print solution throughout the council to all of their devices to reduce print expenditure. Other benefits include improved speed and turn around times and an improved print quality for mono and colour.
The primary goal was to significantly decrease printing costs together with ensuring a high security of printing, copying, copying and scanning. During the first 12 months, cost savings in comparison to their previous print environment reached 48%.
Wakefield Council wanted to improve their printing functionality, rationalising their whole print provision process and centralise the process for effective management and cost control. Konica Minolta cam out on top as the preferred supplier and was awarded the contract.
Nova Direct Mail decided to make the move the move into digital printing and variable printing, producing something more than personalised direct mail shots. They chose a bizhub PRO based on its reputation for reliability coupled with the outstanding print quality demonstrated.
First acquiring a Konica Minolta colour digital print system in 2003, when ASG went looking for an upgrade, they decided to stick with Konica Minolta. With the ability to print on a wide range of substrates reliably and a competitive price it was the only choice for ASG.
Impressions needed digital machine with a fast output, good quality and a good cost per print to make them competitive in the 'print on demand' market. For a black and white output the system that ticked all the boxes was the bizhub PRO 1051.