U.S. Communities partnership

Managed Print Services in Educational Facilities

U.S. Communities partnership, education

As a proud partner of U.S Communities, Document Systems understands the impact that Managed Print Services, and Ricoh products can have on local educational facilities. Through this partnership Document Systems can provide resources to school districts and educators serving students.

4 Ways Schools Benefit from Managed Print

1. Cost Savings

Update on Our U.S. Communities Partnership for Education


The core of Document Systems' commitment to the Education industry is our partnership with U.S. Communities. Here's an update on what's happening in the organization.

Amazon Business now has a multi-year contract with U.S. Communities, meaning participants in the cooperative can take advantage of online pricing in a number of categories. Some of the Amazon Business online categories available to schools, districts, and other institutions include:

Helping Local Education with U.S. Communities

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At Document Systems, we are committed to providing tools and resources for the education industry. Our partnership with government purchasing cooperative U.S. Communities allows us to continue to work toward our goal of offering the best for education. U.S. Communities and Document Systems offers procurement to local and state government agencies, school districts (K-12), higher education, and nonprofits.

Learn How We Support Education with U.S. Communities

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Document Systems partnership with U.S. Communities to provide Ricoh office equipment and managed print services to educational institutions.

Document Systems is proud to partner with U.S. Communities to bring Managed Print Services and Ricoh products to our local educational industry. This partnership helps ensure our districts, schools, and educators can focus on what really matters, the students, instead of worrying about the time and money required to maintain a print environment.

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