The Regionalverband Saarbrücken, a regional authority in Saarland, Germany overseeing 50 schools, encountered a major challenge with its MFP infrastructure that relied on a magnetic card payment system for cost recovery of print-related expenses. This system proved to be problematic, with frequent errors and complexities in cost control and reporting, leading to a significant administrative burden. Furthermore, the organization’s focus on sustainability was not being met with the existing setup.
“Thanks to the combination of Epson MFPs and MyQ’s print management solution, we now have more control over our printing costs, streamlined workflows, and improved sustainability practices. The modernized printing infrastructure has exceeded our expectations and we highly recommend it to other organizations.”
– a spokesperson from the Saarbrücken Regional Association.