Electronic Office Products is a proud participant in the New York State Copier Contract as an Authorized Toshiba Reseller in Saratoga Springs, NY servicing the North Country and Capital region since 1985.
The New York State Copier Contracts are available to state agencies, public authority or benefit corporations., Local governments, political subdivision,
volunteer organizations (such as ambulance services & fire companies), or a registered charitable organization may be eligible to use OGS centralized statewide contracts. Contracts are divided into three types.
Electronic Office Products offers good and service under the portion of the contract listed as Technology (e.g., hardware, software, telecommunications, and IT services)
Local governments and other government organizations, including schools and public authorities, require no additional paperwork beyond a purchase order. Entities that don’t have an authorized user identification number, are asked to complete a simple eligibility application. This provides assurances to companies that entities are eligible to use state contracts.
Electronic Office Products has been serving the Copier, Color Copier and Multifunction Printer needs of the Greater Albany area since 1985. Our professional staff will work to find the very best solution to your office equipment needs. We will also help determine which New York State Copier Contract you are eligible for and which will best suit your needs. From expert maintenance and repair to friendly consultation and advice, we’re just a phone call away.
The State of New York Comptroller Recommends Using State Contracts for the following:
Benefits of Using State Contracts
In addition to potentially saving money, State contracts meet the competitive bidding requirements of New York State General Municipal Law. As a result, local governments and school districts have assurance that the necessary research, solicitation and negotiation has been done.
State contracts can help your local government or school district:
- Reduce or eliminate the time required to prepare bid specifications;
- Enhance and simplify the purchasing process;
- Minimize the time required to identify responsible vendors;
- Benefit from the competition of many bidders seeking large volume contracts;
- Avoid certain controversies that may arise during the competitive bidding process; and
- Reduce the number of bidding documents retained.
LAKE FOREST, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Toshiba America Business Solutions today announces that the State University of New York (SUNY) selects the company as its Official Print Design and Hardware, Service and Supplies Provider for its System-wide Print Initiative. The partnership is a key component of a multiyear initiative to improve print simplicity and effectiveness across SUNY campuses. Full implementation is expected to save $15 to $20 million annually while also eliminating 1.125 metric tons of carbon emissions.
Eco & Financial Benefits
The agreement equips SUNY students, faculty and staff with Toshiba’s award-winning products and processes to optimize the current 40-thousand print device deployment. Coupling leading hardware with branded supplies and services, with optimization design planning, ensures substantial savings and ecological benefits throughout each SUNY campus in year one and beyond.
Toshiba technology additionally promises to drastically cut print waste throughout the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the United States by reducing the number of prints by 250 million pages per year. This means the SUNY System will conserve 25 million gallons of water as well as eliminate 1.125 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions annually resulting from lessening the production and transport of this amount of paper.
“Team Toshiba is very much looking forward to enabling all SUNY students and staff to develop the superior materials they need to perform at their best year-round,” states Toshiba America Business Solutions President and Chief Executive Officer Larry White. “Our focus is to ensure the entire SUNY System operates as affordably and sustainably as possible.”
Toshiba is currently designing and implementing print solutions at fourteen SUNY campuses with July 2024 as the target completion date for Toshiba’s deployment across all 64 SUNY campuses.