17 September 2019
Konica Minolta Gets Part of Government $60 Million Contract
MISSISAUGA—
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Konica Minolta has announce it is one of three vendors (with Xerox and Ricoh) who will deliver managed print services, software solutions, and fleet management to the Government of Canada. Konica Minolta met the  security requirements from a facility, product and personnel perspective as part of the evolving IT security requirements for government.
 
The six-year agreements are collectively worth an estimated $60 million annually. The new agreements aim to simplify and improve service delivery to Government of Canada employees, while ensuring the Government’s digital infrastructure remains secure.
 
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