The firm’s Kitikorn Nongsawat explained this week that any services offered would have to be affordably priced, whereas establishing such a facility is costly.
This was true “especially in terms of printing workloads for investment evaluation which Fuji Xerox had provided assistance in performing assessment to survey the required workloads and types of printing jobs in order to determine appropriate printing machines to be installed”, he said.
The university set up a working team to consider the project details and potential benefits in terms of efficiency and effectiveness.
“Once the project had been approved by the working team and the chancellor, the Printing Service Centre was established,” Kitikorn said.
The centre handles meeting documents, digital textbooks, binding for dissertations, university journals and all types of digital printing jobs.
Fuji Xerox installed and will maintain the printing machines and related equipment and assigned specialists to provide customer assistance.
Published : Jul 05, 2022
Published : February 14, 2018
By : The Nation