Toshiba Makes the Grade at New York School District

Toshiba Makes the Grade at New York School District

Toshiba America Business Solutions’ fleet of e-STUDIOTM multifunction products (MFP) is saving Western New York’sPittsford Central School District (PCSD) 30 percent each year in copying and printing costs says the district’s chief information officer.

This savings exceeded the expectation of PCSD CIO Jeff Cimmerer, Ed.D. when the IT executive first sought a vendor capable of providing best-in-class solutions worthy of this high-performing district (both of its high schools consistently rank in the top 100 schools in the nation according to U.S. News & World Report). Satisfying content management needs of the more than 7,000 students, teachers, and administrative staff also required quality equipment.

“Upon receiving clarification about our needs, Toshiba’s team developed the most comprehensive and compelling product portfolio to better address our content management needs at a price-point that made sense,” PCSD’s CIO said. “Toshiba’s product, sales and technical teams were all given exceptional references by other organizations. But even more importantly, Toshiba’s output management products and services clearly meet and in many cases exceed the lofty benchmark expectations we put into place during the RFP process.”

Toshiba’s industry-recognized e-STUDIO products are currently in use by all PCSD schools and throughout its central office, curriculum, athletic, transportation, food services, and maintenance departments fulfilling all content management needs while also reducing costs for the school district.

Dr. Cimmerer added, “As a result of working with Toshiba, we have vastly improved securing all print and copy jobs, and now comply fully with our security policy.  It makes sense to keep doing business with a company that follows through on its commitments, and continues to demonstrate its local excellence.”

Learn more how Toshiba is reducing PCSD’s printing and copying costs while enabling the school district to operate more securely and efficiently.

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About Toshiba America Business SolutionsIrvine, Calif.-based Toshiba America Business Solutions (“TABS”) is an independent operating company of Toshiba Corporation, a Fortune Global 500 company and the world’s eighth-largest integrated electronics manufacturer. TABS provides printing, scanning and copying solutions, managed document services and digital signage for businesses of all sizes.

The company’s award-winning e-STUDIOTM copiers and printers provide quality performance with the security businesses require. Complementing its hardware offering is a full suite of document workflow, capture and security services includingEncompassTM, the company’s industry-acclaimed Managed Print Services program. Encompass enables clients to print less and optimize workflow while improving energy efficiency.

TABS’ ElluminaTM digital signage offering includes all of the hardware, software and services needed to implement both static and interactive digital signage installations. TABS provides content creation and management, displays, integration, installation and project management services as well as financing for solutions ranging for a single screen to the biggest arenas and stadiums.

TABS comprises five divisions: the Electronic Imaging Division; the Toner Products Division; the Document Solutions Engineering Division; the International Division; and Toshiba Business Solutions.

About Pittsford Schools

Centralized in 1946, the Pittsford Central School District is one of the top school districts in the county, the state and the nation. The 30 square miles that comprise the school district include portions of the towns of Pittsford, Perinton, Penfield, Victor, Mendon and Brighton. The district’s programs, staff and curriculum are considered among the best available in schools anywhere.

More than 1,150 employees including teachers, administrators, and support staff provide quality services for an enrollment of approximately 6,000 students in nine school buildings.

See Facts and Figures on Pittsford Central School District.

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