According to Xerox, Midwestern Higher Education Compact (MHEC) will also extend this agreement to its sister organization, the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE).
MHEC and WICHE are statutorily created consortia that span more than 1,700 colleges and universities located across 25 states. MHEC is charged with promoting interstate cooperation and resource sharing for these institutions. Members benefit from MHEC’s negotiated group contracts that are specifically tailored to higher education needs.
Under the contract, MHEC and WICHE members can turn to Xerox for their office printing needs, such as multifunction devices, laser printers, copiers and fax machines. The contract also includes any production-level printing needs members may have.
The full portfolio of Xerox Global Services’ offerings will also be available, including Xerox Office Productivity Assessments that will examine copy, print and fax volumes across an entire organization and identify opportunities to save money by consolidating equipment. Members can also utilize Xerox’s Document Advisor Services to help manage the information overload of student records and administrative documents schools continually face.