In 2009 RSA decided to review its print resourcing and embarked on a project to improve performance, better control costs and improve productivity. In that review RSA decided to move to a fully outsourced managed print service from a single vendor. KYOCERA was selected to deliver a full managed document service programme, resulting in major cost savings and environmental benefits.
The company’s growth led to ad-hoc acquisitions of various different models of standalone copiers, printers, scanners & fax machines. This caused a significant over- or under-utilisation of devices, expensive administration due to multiple invoices and payments from various service providers and difficulties in support for all the different models.
With an output fleet that no longer matched the company’s growing reliance on digital documents, printing costs were spiralling out of control. Deloitte was looking for a solution that would increase management control over printing, streamline back office work processes, provide high-quality documents and reduce printing costs.
NEW COLLEGE DURHAM
The New College Durham experienced significant problems with printer reliability and the cost of cartridges was spiralling to an unacceptable level. This was further worsened by the natural growth of the output environment, which put an ever greater burden on budgets and organisational efforts.
CITY OF AUGSBURG
The status quo saw a widely scattered and heterogeneous fleet with 10 different vendors, hundreds of different device types and more than 700 different toners. Until then, only the purchase price was an issue and not the equally important follow up costs. Furthermore, the environmental impact of the vast fleet was not considered either.
Individually used and locally administered output devices, decentral paper, toner and spare parts procurement used up unnecessary resources and made reliable and transparent budgeting impossible. Furthermore, scant security standards caused inadequate protection from abuse and infringements.
Hídépítő Zrt., Hungary‘s renowned construction company, is one of the oldest companies in the country. The company was keen to optimise their network deployment, using only one network interface per device.
Employing more than 20,000 people in seven countries, this company was using many different brands of printers and MFPs. Having grown through takeovers, the company had to combine different IT infrastructures. Having grown through takeovers, the company had to combine different IT infrastructures.
Having 45 outlets spread across Slovenia, the company used many different brands of printers and MFPs. There was no central monitoring. Consumable and support costs were spiralling out of control and there was no possibility of assigning output costs to internal accounts.
With virtually all office workers having their own personal printer, the majority of output jobs in Efes Beer Group was performed by 450 mixed-brand devices. Efes were dealing with three separate companies to fulfil their documentation and maintenance needs and costs were rising to an unacceptable level.
Globus is a German retail discounter network represented in Germany, Czech Republic and Russia. Print volumes, monochrome as well as colour, kept increasing and there was an excess of output devices. However, the machines were not able to handle peak volumes. Energy consumption was too high and...
Borusan Holding, one of Turkey‘s leading industrial and services conglomerates, controls the daily business processes in their four branches using the Six Sigma approach. Borusan wanted to work with a solutions partner who could provide high-quality document output and...
Honda Türkiye, manufacturing, importing and selling cars and motorcycles in Turkey, was using high-TCO MFPs and dot matrix printers from three different vendors. The company wanted to apply its Honda Project Management methodology, which requires projects to be monitored, controlled and understood...
Whitchurch School had an existing Canon/Equitrac print solution but wanted to improve its print and copy production volumes and save costs by having as many centralised MFPs as possible.
CONSOLIDATED CONTRACTORS GROUP
Consolidated Contractors Group (CCC) is a leading transnational construction contractor that oversees the delivery of engineering and construction projects, predominantly in the petrochemicals industry. There was very limited control over document output cost or any workflow monitoring...