Managed Print Contract

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Dear Heriot-Watt University,

I would be grateful if you could provide me with information regarding the University's current Managed Print contract under the Freedom of Information Act:

• Current supplier.
• Size of the MFD fleet.
• Approximate no of devices (desktop and stand-alone Multi-Functional Device Photocopiers).
• Annual mono and colour volume.
• Framework used.
• Contract start date
• Contract expiry date
• Name of print management software in use.
• Whether the print management solution is hosted on premise, hybrid or off premise?
• If on premise, does the Council plan to migrate it to the Cloud and within what timeframes?
• The name of the person at the University who is responsible for the management of the contract
• Does the University have a Central Print Room?
• If yes, who is the current supplier to the Print Room?
• What software is currently in use in the Print Room?
• Framework used
• Contract start date
• Contract expiry date
• Annual mono and colour volume

Yours faithfully,

Paul Smith

Freedom of Information, Heriot-Watt University

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