After years of organic growth and acquisitions, CPA firm Armanino recognized the need for a review of their copier and printer technology. With 85 devices in 14 locations, Armanino struggled with multiple vendors, various brands of equipment, and 19 different lease and service agreements. Seeking a significant cost reduction, Armanino conducted a highly-competitive RFP process with the additional goals of centralizing account management and eliminating costly personal printers while maintaining data privacy.


Revolution Office partnered with Armanino to upgrade and standardize equipment, pay off remaining lease obligations, and improve technical and customer service experiences. All 19 lease and service agreements were consolidated into a single program agreement and implementation was carefully planned in multiple stages to minimize downtime and maximize efficiency.


Armanino saved $790,000 in addition to the $340,000 that Revolution Office paid in their remaining lease obligations. The entire Armanino fleet was upgraded in all 14 locations, plus Papercut print software was implemented, providing meaningful data reporting and increased data security while reducing waste and virtually eliminating all costly personal printers.