Lexmark has secured a five-year, $100 million contract to deliver printing products and enterprise services to a government agency that oversees healthcare delivery in Alberta, Canada.
The Alberta Health Services agency chose Lexmark to install multifunction printers and manage in-house printing at the organization’s more than 900 sites across the province, Lexmark said Tuesday.
Marty Canning, Lexmark executive vice president and president of its imaging solutions and services business, said the business aims to help customers address printing challenges through its managed service offering.
The company will also provide AHS with technology platforms for the agency to access medical forms, charts and reports in the event of system downtime.
Other services covered by the contract include asset management, reporting, governance, infrastructure optimization, maintenanace and business assessment.