Lexmark Chosen To Increase Printed Output

2009-10-16 09:45:51

Published on 2009-10-16 09:45:51

Posted by Jim Ottewill

Lexmark has entered into a four-year contract with home improvement store Kingfisher to print more sustainably.

According to the company, the retail giant wants the printer manufacturer to help the organisation improve its document processes.

The contract involves the installation of several thousand laser printers and multifunction devices across more than 300 stores and distribution centres in the UK.

Phil Pate, managed print services director at Lexmark UK, said: "Even in economic downturns, companies with vision can successfully implement and drive down costs in their business with innovative and industry leading solutions.

"Lexmark has a long, proven track record in many vertical industries because we understand the core value proposition we bring to our clients - helping customers manage their imaging output more efficiently and effectively."

Work is already underway on installing the printers at Kingfisher premises including the company's UK headquarters.

Kingfisher chose to work with Lexmark due to the company's experience of delivering ongoing efficiencies and implementing the installation on a global scale.

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