CSIRO hands Fuji Xerox $3.8m managed print deal

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CSIRO hands Fuji Xerox $3.8m managed print deal

Fuji Xerox has been awarded a managed print hardware services contract from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO).

The $3.8 million deal covers the provision and maintenance of printing hardware, specifically 317 machines across the agency.

A CSIRO spokesperson told CRN that Fuji Xerox was chosen from the Department of Finance’s Major Office Machines Panel.

The four-member panel also includes Konica Minolta Business Solutions, Kyocera Document Solutions and Ricoh Australia.

“[The CSIRO] selected Fuji Xerox as representing the best value-for-money outcome for the organisation,” the spokesperson said.

The new contract runs from September 2019 to September 2024.

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