Winchester College were looking to update centrally located digital printers that were being used by College staff, which had become unreliable and expensive to run.
This replacement was necessary to ensure time sensitive course materials are produced and available precisely when they are required. In addition, there was no cost recovery for departments or individuals in place and the College was also incurring high costs when outsourcing the printing of wide/large format plans.
DMC Canotec replaced Winchester College’s centrally located digital printers with new Canon technology.
The introduction of Canon uniFLOW software has enabled Winchester College to move from a direct print environment to secure print, with staff members being equipped with personal swipe cards, to release jobs at the printer to reduce waste and introduce cost recovery for all departments and users.
Canons uniFLOW software has also extended device printing and scanning facilities to students, while at the same time improving device security and auditing.
Introduction of robust Canon printer hardware to provide a productive solution that is capable of meeting the College’s evolving needs.
uniFLOW software provided complete control of the printer fleet, with device and document security.
Reduced printing costs with the introduction of cost recovery, by individuals and departments.
Improved engineering and IT support for all devices and print management software.
Automated management of printer fleet, including consumable reordering.
Winchester College is an independent school for boys, which was founded in 1382 by William of Wykeham.
Believed to be the oldest continuously running school in the country, the school has almost 700 pupils who benefit from Winchester College’s culture, highly intellectual tone and the distinctive characteristics of its 250 acre site.