Office Depot, Inc. has announced the latest enhancement to the company’s Print & Copy services with the placement of thousands of new Xerox units, from walk-up multifunction printers to high-end production devices and personalization software, in retail stores and regional production facilities nationwide. Walk-up customers can use the tablet-like user interface on the Xerox multifunction printers to copy, print, scan and checkout right at the device with a customized, secure auto-pay feature. Behind the counter, the Xerox Color C60/C70 Printer delivers colorful, quality applications ranging from invitations and posters to promotional products and marketing materials with the added convenience of being able to place orders in-store, online or through the Office Depot mobile app for in-store pick-up. This marks an extension of the company’s 30-year relationship with Xerox Corporation and is Office Depot’s latest investment in its Workonomy™ platform of business services, including print and copy, technology, packing and shipping, furniture and administrative services married with “human touch” expertise. Click read more below for additional detail.
Royle Printing is passionate about giving back to their employees and the community. Every August, right before the kickoff of a new school year, Royle sponsors new backpacks and school supplies for children associated with Royle employees. The children range in age and are the daughters, sons, and grandkids of our dedicated employees. Any and all are presented with a new backpack, filled with all the necessary and costly supplies to start the new school year.
Royle is pleased to announce that the 2019 event resulted in more than 100 backpacks being presented to the kids. “Royle initiated this program several years ago to help support the families and kids within our organization. Every child deserves the confidence in starting the school year with a new set of supplies and a backpack, so they can be as successful as possible. We’ll do whatever it takes to support our employees and their families,” stated Royle President and CEO Chris Carpenter.