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What Changes Can The Educational Sector Make To Reduce Environmental Impact Apogee
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Helping the legal sector with Managed Workplace Services
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Apogee Delivers a New Level of Print Efficiency at Felsted School

Led by Apogee’s project management team, 66 devices consisting of three different Ricoh models were successfully installed and have provided standardisation across Felstead’s large village campus.

 

The installation ran smoothly with minimal disruption to the school’s staff and pupils. Felsted applauded Apogee’s project management and engineering team for their high attention to detail and professional service.

Following Apogee’s Professional Services team’s assessment, the installation of print management software has further driven efficiencies and modernised operations by allowing pupils and staff to release print jobs from any enabled output device.

What’s more, Apogee’s provision of print management software also delivers complete visibility of throughput across all networked devices by user level, strengthening governance and control of printing across the entire campus.

Key benefits to Felsted School:

  • Over 60 Ricoh devices installed smoothly and professionally.

  • Fleet standardisation across Felsted’s large campus provides a platform for cost-efficiency and innovation.

  • Best-of-breed print software delivers experience, control and efficiency benefits.

Download the full Felsted School case study here.

For more information or to learn more about how Apogee can help your organisation optimise it’s performance, get in touch by completing the form below.

 

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