Lexmark and Agricultural Department Strike a Deal

    March 30, 2012
    Shawn Hess
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Lexmark International is a Lexington, Kentucky-based company who serves clients all over the globe. Servicing over 170 countries, they generated over $4 billion in revenue last year. Today they announce they have landed a deal worth over $50 million with the United States Agricultural Department (USDA).

On top of professional printing services, Lexmark will also provide workflow solutions, process management, and output optimization under the contract. The contract is good for five years and will carry Lexmark and the USDA into 2017.

Marty Canning, executive vice president, president of Imaging Solutions and Services at Lexmark comments on the new deal:

“Based on our leadership, security practices and operational execution in providing MPS to other government agencies and large, highly distributed organizations, the USDA is relying on Lexmark as a trusted supplier to deliver a thorough, customized output strategy that meets the wide array of needs across the agency spectrum,”

“By leveraging Lexmark’s world-class MPS offerings, business process expertise and industry knowledge, the USDA will now have more time to spend on mission-critical work within its agencies.”

  • Renaldo

    It’s called the “Agriculture Department”.

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    That says noting good about the selection process. The worst printer I have ever owned was a Lexmark. It was even worse than an HP. That puts it well below my worst expectations for a printer.

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