Print deal is renewed

Paul Brown, graphic designer at TyneMet, George Young, director SOS Group, and Stephen Butters, senior software, server and end user computing administrator, TyneMet.

Paul Brown, graphic designer at TyneMet, George Young, director SOS Group, and Stephen Butters, senior software, server and end user computing administrator, TyneMet.

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A print service provider has certainly made a good impression on TyneMet College.

The college has worked with SOS Group since 2003 and has hired it to provide a fully-managed print service for the last six years.

Now it has renewed the long-standing contract, which sees SOS Group provide 80 machines across four sites, including desktop printers, colour multi-function devices and production printers, used by more than 450 staff and 3,500 students.

College computer administrator Stephen Butters said: “We have standardised and up-to-date equipment throughout the college, which has simplified things enormously.”