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Local charity benefits from COP26 legacy

With time and money saved, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity can confidently focus on raising essential funds.

About the Client

Xerox was the official print provider for the COP26 conference. A legacy of this landmark event was the distribution of the remanufactured devices to local charities, including Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity (GCHC).

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The Challenge

An influx of new staff required swift onboarding

  • Money spent on print services diverts from supporting the hospital

  • Sensitive data needs careful management

  • Onboarding new staff requires minimal distraction

“Having to fix your printer login is the last thing anyone wants to be doing when they arrive at a new job,” explains Steven Mair, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity. Managing the sensitive data collected via parental consent forms securely is also a priority for the Charity, and dependency on donations is more challenging than ever.

“It’s really important to make sure that each individual donor is thanked properly.”

– Steven Mair, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity

The Solution

Two remanufactured VersaLink C405 Xerox devices.

  • Two remanufactured VersaLink C405 Xerox devices provided free of charge

  • ConnectKey Apps to enable easy management of parental consents

  • Scottish Government Framework rates keep annual costs low

The security and firmware are updated for the life of the product with the devices provided provided free of charge as part of the COP26 legacy. Remanufacturing offers a reduced cost option and avoids waste as part of a circular economy approach.ConnectKey Apps enable easy scan to secure digital repository for managing parental consents and other sensitive data. Procurement of the ongoing service support on the Scottish Government Framework keeps annual costs low with a 5-year warranty included foe further peace of mind.

The Results

Time has been saved onboarding and managing everyday tasks securely.

  • £2,000 saved annually which can be diverted to fund new equipment, research and support

  • A more sustainable solution that contributes to the circular economy

  • Time savings and increased reliability

  • Personal data is stored securely

  • Reduced operational and consumable costs

Consent forms are digitally scanned and saved to enable swift and secure data management, and there’s no compromise on quality for marketing materials.“We have peace of mind with no worries about future costs. We can just focus on the important stuff, which is funding ground-breaking research, equipment and the Play Programme. The fact that these devices are part of the continuing legacy of COP26, which was an important event for the city of Glasgow, is a huge plus for us as well.”

“It’s excellent to know that as organisations look to be as sustainable as possible, you can have a remanufactured device that performs so well.”

– Steven Mair, Glasgow Children’s Hospital Charity

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