Cop That Fuji Xerox rtmworld

Cop That Fuji Xerox

Cop That Fuji Xerox

Cop that Xerox rtmworld

Superintendent Mick Fuller heads up the NSW Police Force.

One of the largest police organisations in the English speaking world has handed Fuji Xerox a $33 million contract to supply print solutions for the next six years.

New South Wales (NSW), the most populated state in Australia had the first police force in Australia, known as the Night Watch which was begun in 1789 to guard Sydney Town.

Fuji Xerox was awarded the MPS Contract to Fuji Xerox to supply an unspecified number of multi-function devices across 500 sites in the state. The contract stipulates the vendor will also take care of the supply and implementation of print or MFD management software solutions, provide managed print services and ongoing support during the six-year tenure.

Cop That Fuji Xerox rtmworldNSW Police declined to name the previous vendor but said Fuji Xerox would be carrying out a “phased replacement” of the existing MFDs across the 500 sites.

The force’s chief Information and technology officer Gordon Dunsford claimed the new contract was intended to reduce print waste and improve cost management.

“NSWPF is looking to improve delivery capabilities of print services to the field [and the] introduction of modern print management innovation capabilities, such as follow-me printing,” he said.

Dunsford added that the new models would include the AP7C3372-T, AP7C3321-A, AP7C5573-T, AP5C7773 and AP7C7788.

Earlier, Fuji Xerox Australia announced it was looking to let go of a “small number” of executive roles across the business as part of the integration process of the CSG and CodeBlue acquisitions.



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