White Papers: Hewlett-Packard
Sydney Opera House selects HP to cut printing costs and improve environmental efficiency
By HP | 12/10/2010
November 12, 2008 – Hewlett-Packard (HP) announced that the Sydney Opera House had selected HP to supply the hardware and management of their printing fleet. The contract is for five years, with the roll-out starting at the beginning of October 2008.To find out how they did it read on....Download this now
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