Fuji Xerox to help Curtin University reduce use of print

The vendor said it would cut the numbers of multifunction devices from about 800 to 400 by decommissioning unnecessary machines and would also upgrade remaining printers to make them more energy efficient.

The ‘convenience printing’ contract, which started in February, will also see Fuji Xerox work on reducing the university’s annual print volume by targeting unwanted printouts.

Curtin director of strategic procurement Marc Diaz told ProPrint he was confident paper usage would fall, but it was too early to speculate by how much.

The aim of the contract is for the university to improve its sustainability with new technology.

Fuji Xerox’s executive general manager of global services, Anthony Cogswell, said that included “smart scanning and document services”.

“Our joint goal is to bring efficiency to the document and printing process and introduce more sustainable document services,” he said.

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