Xerox Helps Tulane University Save $1 Million by MPS

Xerox recently announced it helped Tulane University save $1 million through the Document Services Center and workflow applications. Along with the partnership, Xerox offered “full range of black and white and color printing services for more than 11,000 students and 4,400 faculty and staff” in the university.

Xerox and Tulane observed the document management of the university is now more efficient with the help of Xerox. Also, document and device security and environmental efficiencies have been improved. In addition to saving the time and energy spending on printing, Xerox has introduced secure mobile printing to support growing use of smart devices on campus.

According to Xerox, Tulane has applied the Xerox® ConnectKey® operating platform with the Xerox multifunction devices. The OEM believes that “ConnectKey enables documents to travel securely from one device to another in today’s mobile world”.

Mike Britt—Assistant Vice President for University Services—and his team are responsible for running a Document Service Center in the university. Regarding the partnership, Britt commented, “Xerox has been an incredible partner for the university. With the Xerox infrastructure, we’re able to provide a robust document service. Things we used to print and copy and file, we now print once or make an electronic print and an electronic file.”

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