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Konica Minolta's print and document management solutions have helped this healthcare charity achieve £200,000 annual efficiency savings.
St Andrew’s Healthcare provides specialist mental healthcare for some of the most clinically complex patients in the mental health system: people who could not, in many cases, be treated elsewhere. Headquartered in Northampton, St Andrew’s is developing innovative ways to help patients recover, creating a personalised package of care designed around each individual, which focuses on their physical and spiritual wellbeing as well as mental health.
A fragmented print estate, made up of different models from disparate manufacturers had resulted in an extremely high cost of ownership and inconsistent service levels. There was also a lack of print security and support for mobile working.
Following an audit of St. Andrew’s print fleet, Konica Minolta recommended a transformative print and document management infrastructure, combining technology, people and processes. Having removed up to 400 existing and outmoded desktop devices, 170 next-generation floor-standing and desktop MFDs were deployed. Print management software is used to enable pull-printing, set print governance policies and create efficient workflows for the capture, processing and distribution of content. Security is the watchword of this forward-thinking environment, with users identifying themselves whenever they want to print, scan or copy a document. The solution is supported by a Konica Minolta Service Delivery Manager, focused on managing pre-agreed service Levels.
The expert team assessed our current environment, provided recommendations around hardware and software to support our needs, and helped with change management.
IT Business Relationship Manager, St. Andrew’s Healthcare
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