Neil Muller, director of services and solutions at Computacenter, said customers would be able to better control their printing environments, and move more capital expenditure over to the operating costs column.
“Our service enables us to manage multi-vendor print environments, so common in most of the UK customer base,” he said. “Customers do not want to transform their entire printer estate to a single vendor overnight. We will take a pragmatic approach by managing that issue on their behalf over time.”
According to a statement released by the reseller, the new managed service combines its IT infrastructure experience, knowledge of product supply, services transformation and industrialised processes with Xerox expertise in managed print services.
Over time, customer hardware could, if it better met customer needs, be replaced with Xerox devices and consumables, it said. Xerox had a number of environmentally friendly printers and remarketing or recycling schemes that would be available to Computacenter MPS customers.
Darren Cassidy, vice president for channel MPS at Xerox, said businesses wanted to save money, improve security, and meet sustainability goals and MPS could help them do that.
“With Computacenter’s IT infrastructure knowledge and our expertise in MPS, organisations will be able to focus on their core business, reduce costs and drive long-term growth,” said Cassidy.
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