To handle its increasing document workloads, the state of Colorado needed a solution for high-quality color and monochrome printing. It would need to help them do more in less time, as well as keep their power consumption low.
“We didn’t just need a printer, we needed on-site training, attention to detail and solutions implementation assistance in order to quickly make use of our improved capabilities,” says Mike Lincoln, Colorado State Printer. “Ricoh delivered.”
We worked with The State of Colorado’s Department of Personnel and Administration,Integrated Document Solutions (IDS) division. It is the third largest state government in-plant, behind California and Oregon, with 69 employees and a $16.5 million annual operating budget. They are an end-to-end document management operation serving all government entities across the state. IDS enhanced its fleet with our InfoPrint 5000 continuous feed color inkjet system to handle the shift to color transactional documents.
From business cards to graphic design and print imaging, mail and delivery, IDS partners with each state agency in Colorado to offer professional services tailored to each program’s need and budget. Because IDS provides so many business services in house, they are able to drive down costs and integrate these services seamlessly with other agencies’ operations — two important factors for budget-conscious organizations with specific needs. For more of the story.
This video does not constitute an endorsement of Ricoh or its products by the State of Colorado. DPA is not responsible or liable for the performance of any Ricoh product.