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Buffalo Bills extend partnership with Toshiba


Thu, Sep 12th 2019 09:55 am

Official Copier Provider of Buffalo Bills manages team’s print, copy & scan needs

Pegula Sports & Entertainment announced the Buffalo Bills and Toshiba America Business Solutions have entered a multiyear partnership agreement that extends Toshiba’s status as the Official Copier Provider of the Buffalo Bills.

Toshiba’s award-winning e-STUDIO multifunction printers (MFPs) are used year-round at the Bills’ ADPRO Sports Training Center, summer training camp in Pittsford, and home games at New Era Field. Toshiba also operates an in-house print shop at the stadium where Toshiba professionals closely collaborate with Bills staff to provide the NFL team world-class document security and support.

“Toshiba is a great teammate, maintaining and managing our organization’s print, copy and scan needs,” said Buffalo Bills Vice President of Information Technology Dan Evans. “As a trusted partner, Toshiba is constantly seeking to tailor and improve our business processes, which in turn helps us provide a terrific experience for our fans.”

In addition to using Toshiba’s award-winning MFPs to print and assemble football materials, Toshiba devices produce marketing items for fans, reporter pre-game stat sheets, game notes, and player training and medical programs. Each year, millions of pages go through Toshiba’s print shop, including real-time game statistics and game day photos that are delivered to fan suites at halftime.

The Toshiba Elevate platform further enhances the team’s document workflow by allowing customization of the MFP user interface to enable one-touch operation of common to sophisticated tasks, especially helpful for quick turn-around during games.

“Toshiba is excited to continue as the Official Copier Provider of the Buffalo Bills,” said Toshiba America Business Solutions Chief Marketing Executive Bill Melo. “It has been gratifying to build close relationships with members of the organization while continuing to improve business processes for everyone there.”

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