People Matter, Results Count

The company is the partner of choice for leading businesses around the world and when it comes to Capgemini’s own technology requirements the company requires collaboration, agility and a competitive approach from its partners.

Eddie Ginja, UK Head of Infrastructure Management, Capgemini said: ”I run our UK internal IT services estate covering 5 sites throughout the UK and although we are very knowledgeable about Managed Print Services having been through the first generation we wanted to see where the major players were taking their solutions. Having worked with the market leaders for many years we knew that they simply couldn’t meet our current requirements. We weren’t initially aware of KYOCERA, however we’d been speaking to Gartner and saw a case study on ECOSYS technology which piqued our interest. We did our research on KYOCERA and found out that the company had won lots of awards while the innovative ceramic technology behind KYOCERA printers was intriguing and it soon became a clear that KYOCERA had some key differentiators.”

KYOCERA outlined its Managed Document Services offering, which is an IT Infrastructure Library (ITIL)-aligned, environmentally friendly yet cost-saving approach which has won the MPSA’s Best Practice Global Leadership Award 2012. KYOCERA’s approach focuses on Managed Document Solutions (MDS) rather than Managed Print “We did our research on KYOCERA and found out that the company had won lots of awards while the innovative ceramic technology behind KYOCERA printers was intriguing and it soon became a clear that KYOCERA had some key differentiators.”

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