CDW-G wins Calif. printer deal

CDW Government has captured a $2 million contract to provide Lexmark laser printers to the California Health and Human Services Agency.

Under the deal, the reseller will supply Lexmark’s T632n laser printers. The printers will be used in 45 county offices. Lexmark describes the model as a workgroup laser printer that can print as many as 40 pages per minute. The product handles letter, A4 and legal paper sizes.

The California agency was looking for printers that would rapidly process reports and meet the state’s standard for integration with its Child Welfare Services/Case Management System, according to a CDW-G spokeswoman.

The California Department of General Services conducted the printer procurement.


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