October 10, 2012
Industry Analysts reports that Lexmark has been chosen to provide global printing solutions for energy company Statoil in an agreement valued at approximately $20 million (€15.5 million).
The agreement will see Lexmark optimising Statoil’s output infrastructure by providing output solutions, improving security and implementing other managed services for the company. Security measures will also be utilised throughout the company by Lexmark.
In addition, Lexmark claims that deploying its MFPs will “streamline business processes and provide an environmentally sound solution”, decreasing the use of consumables, energy and number of printed pages, with Statoil being able to manage and control its print volumes using Lexmark’s Print Release solution.
Marty Canning, Executive Vice-President of Imaging Solutions and Services at Lexmark, commented: “By leveraging Lexmark’s output and imaging leadership, industry expertise and global capabilities, Statoil will realize measureable business efficiencies. Lexmark’s business solutions will make it easier for Statoil to reduce its environmental impact from printing.”
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