With the Pro C901 in place, university staff could now complete more jobs (even complex ones) faster and in house. Since the MFPs can scan, print, copy, fax and output in color, there are actually fewer print devices on campus. Altogether, the newly right-sized fleet:
- Increased campus output to over 2.5 million pages per year.
- Allowed implementation of @Remote to streamline the chargeback process.
- Reduced printer and energy costs by about 30 percent, thanks to the MFPs’ ENERGY STAR® rating and default duplexing option to save paper.
The cost-per-copy services have been so successful, the model spread to the Covallis School District. Also, the print center is expanding its capabilities to scan in student and faculty records.