London’s Air Ambulance has signed a deal with Workflow Group to upgrade the printing capability in its central London headquarters with a suite of new Xerox products. The charity will use the suite in the creation of fundraising and marketing materials to help double its income and increase awareness of its charity status over the next five years.
The charity, which delivers a senior doctor-paramedic team to serious trauma emergencies across London, has invested in a Xerox AltaLink C8055 and two Xerox C405colour multifunction printers.
Charles Newitt, deputy CEO of London’s Air Ambulance said:
“We had a high level of interest from companies who wanted to work with us, with a very competitive tendering process. Workflow Group stood out for understanding our organisation and requirements, and sharing our passion for the service we provide. We look forward to working with Workflow Group to help us achieve our ambitious strategic objectives.”
In addition to installation and training on the devices, the three-year deal will see Workflow Group providing maintenance and service support. This includes automated monitoring and reporting capabilities to ensure any issues are dealt with effectively and quickly.
“We welcome the opportunity to work in partnership with London’s Air Ambulance and assist such an amazing charity,” said Chris Pollard, director of Workflow Group.
“Given the nature of the service London’s Air Ambulance provides, it is vital to keep its print operations as streamlined as possible so it can focus its attention and budget where it matters most,” added Carlo Longhi, director and general manager of indirect channels UK and Ireland, Xerox. “With their connectivity and easy-to-use functionality, we’re confident our devices can deliver just that.”