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Reinventing print at Peirce College

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The non-traditional student profile of Peirce College created a higher than average level of operational complexity, especially for admissions, financial aid and IT. In addition, the institution had an uncontrolled printing infrastructure, with 50 to 60 standalone printers spread throughout the institution’s seven floors, along with 15 MFPs. Across this installed base of printers, there was an estimated waste factor of 30-50%, according to IT estimates based on the amount of paper left in recycling bins and on paper trays. While it was assumed that most of the waste was generated by students (who had no limits on printing), IT had no definitive way of confirming the source of the waste.

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The high level of involvement from stakeholders in developing the new printer strategy was critical.

Christopher Duffy
CIO
Peirce College

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