HP Printer Ink Users Told Of New Deal For Company
Businesses who are keen to use HP ink cartridges may want to make note of a new agreement that the firm has announced.
The printing giant has revealed that it has been chosen by SCHOTT so that it can carry out technology infrastructure management services with the company.
HP already has experience working with SCHOTT, as it has provided technology strategies for the firm dating as far back as 2004.
Upon revealing the new partnership, Andreas Beeres, vice president corporate information technology for SCHOTT, said: "In addition to our long-standing relationship, HP's global reach as well as the team's deep technology and manufacturing industry understanding will help us create a 'one-IT' technology strategy within SCHOTT."
Recently, a study conducted by QualityLogic and commissioned by HP showed the appeal of products from company to businesses.
It was found that original HP toner cartridges did not have any failings in any problem categories researched, while an average of 41.7 per cent of non-HP cartridges hit issues when tested in the same areas.
Posted by Johnny McMaster