How Springfield School District Has Saved Thousands of Dollars in Printing Costs


Lexmark200x300In the late 1990s, Pennsylvania’s Springfield School District was maintaining dozens of inkjet printers, but the devices weren’t built to withstand continuous use—and the cost of ink was getting out of control. Since upgrading to Lexmark laser printers with high-yield toner cartridges that can print up to 36,000 pages, the district had saved thousands of dollars and improved the efficiency of staff and students; download this case study to learn how.

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