Jordanian bank cuts print costs with HP

Jordan's Cairo Amman Bank (CAB) has reduced its print costs by 10 to 30% by deploying a printing environment from HP, the bank claimed this month.

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By  Administrator Published  April 12, 2007

Jordan's Cairo Amman Bank (CAB) has reduced its print costs by 10 to 30% by deploying a printing environment from HP, the bank claimed this month.

CAB has also reduced its overall fleet of printers through the project by utilising HP's multifunction products (MFPs), which feature printing, copying, faxing and scanning to e-mail capabilities.

"We are especially impressed with HP multifunction products and their reliable printing, copying, faxing, and scan to e-mail capabilities," said Omar Yacoub, head of IT at CAB.

CAB, which has 49 branches throughout Jordan, said in addition to saving money it had also increased security, management and productivity within its printing environment through deploying HP software.

"Numerous banking procedures are now much faster. We are seeing significant increases in security, management control and productivity," Yacoub added.

CAB's printing environment is now managed by HP WebJet Admin web-based software, while HP FollowMe software provides security for CAB's network. Phase one of the contract comprised 75 LaserJet 4345xs MFPs, a LaserJet 9050 MFP, four Color LaserJet 4700n printers and a DesignJet 4500 wide-format printer.

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