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Bay Copy partners with South Shore Savings Bank to provide Managed Print Services program
Regional banking leader sees reduction in costs and paper usage with new technology
Pamela O’Leary, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at South Shore Savings Bank was aware of what Managed Print Services could do to assist in streamlining communication processes, reduce the amount of paper generated and improve document generation needs; as such she sought a partner to assist the Bank in achieving those goals.
South Shore Savings Bank partnered with Bay Copy, the area’s premier provider of digital document solutions, to create a Managed Print Services program to meet the Bank’s document solutions needs.
South Shore Savings Bank worked with Bay Copy based on the Bank’s desire to address printing and copying issues throughout its 14 locations. Bay Copy assisted in the coordination of the varied facets of managed document services – including printers, IT services, and consolidated contracts for printers, copiers and facsimile machines – ultimately providing a Managed Print Services solution for the Bank that reduced the number of office equipment from 140 to 47 units.
Managed Print Services, a fast growing trend in the document solutions industry, looks at per-page cost as the “bottom line” in contrast to the final price point of office equipment.
South Shore Savings Bank has not only experienced lower operating costs as a result of the Managed Print Services program, but has also seen a significant reduction in the amount of paper usage – an environmentally friendly bonus.
“In addition to cost reductions, this program has helped us to provide the highest caliber of service to our customers,” said O’Leary. “Our equipment maintains a large stamp of security, ensuring that customer information remains protected and confidential.”
“And our branches can now remote print directly to the Operations Center rather than send a fax, which frees up resources and helps the Bank make the most of this cost-effective solution,” said O’Leary. “South Shore Savings Bank is committed to utilizing evolving technology; we look forward to our continued partnership with Bay Copy as we implement further efficiencies in the area of document generation.”
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the outcome South Shore Savings Bank has realized through their Managed Print Services program,” said Ray Belanger, CEO of Bay Copy. “The potential overall savings for the Bank could be significant;
About Bay Copy
Bay Copy maintains headquarters at 100 Reservoir Park, Rockland, MA and has more than 38 years experience serving the document imaging needs of businesses throughout Massachusetts. In addition to a full line of Konica Minolta, Muratec and Lexmark equipment, Bay Copy provides comprehensive managed print services programs for customers looking to reduce both their per-print price of generating information and their labor costs. Bay Copy provides consultation services and offers their clients detailed print assessment and analysis reports.
Bay Copy has won a number of industry awards including “Re-Seller of the Year” by the national Business Technology Association, “Applications Dealer of the Year” from Konica Business Technologies;
About South Shore Savings Bank
Originally chartered in 1833, South Shore Savings Bank is a full-service community bank with assets of approximately $950 million and fourteen branches. The Bank has a proud heritage of commitment to the community. South Shore Savings Bank serves customers by offering a variety of financial products and services for personal banking and business banking needs, including checking and savings accounts, commercial and small business banking services, investment services, and mortgage services through its subsidiary Cambridge Mortgage Group.
All deposits are insured in full. The FDIC insures all deposits up to $250,000 per depositor and up to $250,000 per depositor for Individual Retirement Accounts (IRAs); all deposits above this amount are insured by the Depositors Insurance Fund (DIF). For more information, visit www.sssb.com.