July 27, 2021
Konica Minolta Business Solutions (UK) Ltd announced it has been awarded a new multifunction device contract as preferred supplier for the University of Cambridge. The company will supply all University departments and its 31 constituent colleges with approximately 750 of its bizhub multifunction devices (MFDs) during the lifetime of the contract.
Jonathan Smith, Head of Public Sector at Konica Minolta commented: “We are delighted to be awarded this new contract to support the prestigious University of Cambridge. Konica Minolta has long been the provider of choice for schools, colleges and universities, and our MFDs are perfectly matched to the needs of modern educational institutions.”
Jonathan elaborated, “We look forward to continuing our support for the University in getting the very best from its print services, we will continue the important work we have done to deliver value and the highest levels of service.”
Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge is the fourth-oldest university in the world. In 2020 it had 24,450 students and 11,528 members of staff employed in academic, academic-related, contract research, technical, clerical, and secretarial roles. The University is a globally diverse institution with students from over 147 different countries, and promotes the interface between academia and business, with a global reputation for innovation.
Jonathan added: “We hope that the breadth of our capabilities will mean that we can further support the University as it strives to improve the student experience and to realise significant efficiencies through the digital transformation of its operations.”
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