Ballymount company announces €100,000 deal with EU agency

BALLYMOUNT company Digicom have announced a €100k deal with EU Agency Eurofound for a managed print service (MPS).

Following a competitive tender process, Digicom was awarded the contract to implement the MPS for Eurofound, based on the latest digital print technologies from Ricoh.

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The solution will cut Eurofound’s print costs by a third, hardware by over 80 per cent, while increasing staff productivity, document security and sustainability.

The deal has also helped Eurofound reduce its print fleet by more than 80 per cent, leading to a reduction in the amount of time spent fire-fighting problems with aging hardware.

Digicom, a leading Irish specialist in print and audio visual technologies, say the initial contract is valued at €100,000, with potential to grow this to €200,000 at renewal.

The European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions (Eurofound) was established in 1975 to contribute to the planning and design of better living and working conditions in Europe.

The new solution involved replacing 75 desktop printers with 12 office-based Ricoh multifunctional printers (MFP), two larger production printers from Ricoh and an additional Ricoh MFP in the Brussels office.

With team members regularly traveling to Brussels to discuss and report on specific projects to the EU, they can avoid travelling with confidential reports and can print their documents locally when they arrive.

It is estimated that the number of pages printed annually will be cut by 100,000.

Greg Clarke, Digicom MD, said: “Eurofound plays a crucial role in providing information, advice and expertise on living and working conditions, industrial change and managing change in Europe. As part of this, it places a very high value on the quality and accessibility of its reports and documentation. “Eurofound sought a managed print partner that could transform its print and document management processes. We were delighted to win this contract as it highlights our service delivery expertise, as well as the quality and functionality of Ricoh’s digital print technologies.”

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