Hollis Office Solutions, the Oswestry-based provider of printers, photocopiers and office supplies, is celebrating after winning a contract renewal with Westbridge Furniture, the UK’s biggest furniture upholstery company.


Already an established Hollis customer, Westbridge are replacing over 100 desktop printers and rolling out a managed print system across their Deeside sales and distribution centre.


After an extensive site survey Hollis Office Solutions were able to present significant cost and efficiency savings by moving the staff at Westbridge Furniture onto a managed print service.


Mark Bamford, General Manager at Hollis Office Solutions commented: “the desktop printers that Westbridge Furniture have been using were inconvenient and expensive to run.”


The new managed print service will see printing and energy costs slashed with the installation of several large, free-standing Develop multi-function printers. The machines will provide a regular, automated billing system, toner renewal recognition software and automatic ordering, maintenance package and replacement of the equipment every three years.


Mark continues: “Our client is delighted with the projected cost savings they will achieve on their new managed print service.  This year alone they will save thousands of pounds.”

The contract renewal comes on the back of several new wins this month for the firm which is celebrating its 25th year, including contracts with Moreton Hall School and Sky Jack in the last month.


Hollis Office Solutions specialises in the provision of business support solutions including document management, printing and scanning.  The company offers a comprehensive range of products including multifunctional printers, servers and network security devices as well as more traditional office supplies.  Founded in 1990 with quality after-sales support as the primary objective, customer service is still the key focus of the company.  For more information, please visit: www.hollis-office-solutions.co.uk

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