Injazat inks print service pact with Dolphin
Dubai, September 5, 2010
Injazat Data Systems, a leading information technology and business process managed services provider in the UAE, has signed a three-year contract with Abu Dhabi-based Dolphin Energy to provide a managed print service to the company.
Under the contract, Injazat will supply, install and commission the latest multi-function imaging and printing devices as part of a comprehensive service plan designed to develop a stable, reliable, scalable and agile infrastructure, said a company statement.
The solution will enable Dolphin Energy to preserve print job confidentiality and support its commitment to minimize environmental impact through effective waste management programs that also enable increased savings in printing and copying costs, it added.
'Injazat's Managed Print Service is fully customised to match the printing requirements of Dolphin Energy, enhancing business performance while promoting a more sustainable, environment friendly printing infrastructure,' said Injazat Data Systems managing director Ibrahim Lari.
'The solution optimises and standardises printing operations by aligning businesses and goals to address critical print challenges through powerful, scalable and reliable products.'
'Such a comprehensive solution is in line with Injazat's mission to deliver long-term value and benefits based on excellence in customer service and leadership in technology and innovation,' he added.
According to Lari, Injazat will commence the rollout over the next two months.
The first-level support will also begin and will be provided utilizing both Injazat's on-site staff and proactive monitoring of the printing devices. The contract also covers second-level and third-level support for major equipment failures and maintenance,' he added.
Injazat's Managed Print Service fully complements Dolphin Energy’s waste management plan by helping to maintain paper printing efficiency, while ensuring that toners, fusers, and other consumables are disposed of in an environmentally friendly and responsible manner.
Moreover, the solution helps minimise energy consumption by reducing the number of devices and implementing advanced power-saving features on the multi-function printing devices.
Commenting on the contract, Ibrahim Ahmed Al Ansari, general manager, Dolphin Energy UAE, said: “We are very pleased to enter this agreement with Injazat because it furthers our commitment to embedding the principles of sustainability into our operations.'
'Reducing energy and paper consumption and ensuring we manage waste in the most appropriate manner is good for our business,' he added.
Injazat Data Systems holds more than 45 per cent of the UAE’s IT outsourcing market and is the owner of the first Tier IV design-certified data centre in the region.-TradeArabia News Service