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Mayo General Hospital


A number of years ago (following completion of similar successful contracts) Digi-Net were successful in acquiring the tender to supply the I.T. Department in Mayo General Hospital.  Having completed an extensive print audit, a solution was put in place which regained control over escalating print costs, consumables and expensive host printing.  The IT Department had very clear goals that they wished to achieve as follows:-

  • Reduced the number of high cost printers
  • Engaged control in the production of print & photocopying
  • Enforced rules as regards colour production
  • Reduced the number of wasted prints and copies being left on machines
  • Significantly reduced printing costs
  • Provided secure printing on confidential reports
  • Cost the print and copy jobs to individual department and groups

Having fully matched their specifications and demonstrated our ability to deliver, Digi-Net were chosen from a competitive list of companies to supply a MPS solution.  Our proposal achieved the following:-

  • Installed an MPS solution
  • Managed consumables inventory
  • Significantly reduced the number of devices
  • Deployed low TCO MFPs suitably located
  • Increased efficient and productivity
  • Offered greater flexibility and finishing capacity
  • Significantly reduced carbon footprint
  • Provided measurement, management and control
  • Streamline the service – no down time!
  • Protect confidentiality of documents
  • Increase security through authentication


Having successfully implemented the plan and achieved their specific goals, we continue to be the sole provider of Multi-functional Devices (MFDs) through a Managed Print Services solution for Mayo General Hospital.  As a result of this successful cost saving contract, we have recently completed a new 5 Year Agreement to supply 26 colour MFDs through MPS to University College Hospital Galway and continue to remove existing high TCO printers with print volumes being transferred to the lower TCO MFDs.