Big Contract Proves Toshiba Capability rtmworld

Big Contract Proves Toshiba Capability

Big Contract Proves Toshiba Capability

Big Contract Proves Toshiba Capability rtmworldToshiba America Business Solutions (Toshiba) has won a contract with HPS, a group purchasing organization (GPO) supporting thousands of schools, healthcare and senior living organizations across 26 states.

“Toshiba’s strong reputation for service and leading-edge technology including multifunction printers, combined with the company’s managed print services is uniquely suited for our members,” said HPS Vice President of Contracting and New Business Development Kevin Crampton.

HPS contract No. 570 allows the GPO’s 4,100 plus members to improve document workflow and labeling management through Toshiba’s site of e‑STUDIO multifunction printers (MFPs), single-function printers, label printers, and Encompass Print as a Service managed print services program.

Toshiba has been buoyed by the news and has been quick to share the news which reveals the confidence organisations have toward Toshiba.

HPS rigorously negotiates the best prices possible to deliver premium, competitively priced products and services to its members. HPS serves hospitals and medical groups, senior living facilities, schools and educational groups, senior nutritional feeding programs, county governments, religious organizations, camps, jails as well as other public and private organizations.

Toshiba’s industry-recognized e‑STUDIO MFPs combine elite performance with the leading ease-of-use and security elements education, healthcare and senior living marketplaces desire. Toshiba systems and solutions particularly help ensure compliance with wide-ranging government regulations including the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Protection Act (FERPA).

Featuring unique device, access, document and fleet security capabilities including technologies such as proprietary self-encrypting hard drives with wipe technology, Toshiba MFPs safeguard personally identifiable information (PII) and protected healthcare information (PHI). The devices are additionally Protection Profile for Hardcopy Devices (HCD-PP) certified with optional Federal Information Processing Standards (FIPS) 140-2 validated hard drives meeting rigorous government security standards. Organizations may also remotely monitor and manage security policies on all Toshiba MFPs via the company’s e-BRIDGE CloudConnect platform.

Coupling broad connectivity options with superior print speeds, Toshiba’s rugged label printer suite serves as an ideal printer for HPS members seeking to fulfill unique applications including on-demand specimen and pharmaceutical labeling as well as wristband creation.

Furthermore, Encompass – landing on Newsweek’s Best Business Tools 2019 list – supports Toshiba label printers and MFPs as well as other OEM A4 MFP devices. With this multi-vendor approach, Encompass further enables efficiency and productivity while minimizing costs for HPS members.

Big Contract Proves Toshiba Capability Larry White“Toshiba is proud to earn the HPS contract, and for the opportunity to support schools, healthcare and senior living groups,” said Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Operating Officer Larry White (pictured). “Our team will diligently work side-by-side with HPS member organizations to ensure they receive the necessary products, services and solutions to properly address and simplify their document workflow and labeling applications.”



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