Carolina Panthers Announce New Official Office Equipment & Service Provider

By Community | September 16, 2014

Toshiba America Business Solutions has today announced it is the official office equipment and service provider to the Carolina Panthers.

The NFL team will use Toshiba’s e-STUDIO multifunction products throughout the team’s Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, viagra 60mg N.C., health and its Spartanburg, illness S.C., training camp facility at Wofford College.

The leading managed print services (MPS) provider and business content management innovator’s color MFPs produce all of the Panthers’ playbooks as well as its depth charts and individual game plans throughout the team’s 16-game regular season and four-game pre-season schedule. Toshiba’s industry-recognized products also scan and transfer playbooks to players’ and coaches’ tablets thus allowing the Panthers to prepare for games via their mobile devices.

e-STUDIO multifunction products may additionally be found in every department at the team’s Bank of America Stadium offices. Aside from printing game preparation materials and even player contracts, Toshiba’s print fleet fulfills a comprehensive array of content management needs for the Panthers’ administrative employees.

“Having Toshiba as a partner has been a great asset to the Panthers,” said Carolina Panthers Director of Sponsorship Sales, John Berger. “Their products are used by every department from football operations with playbooks to producing handouts for human resources. Toshiba’s team is always looking to help the organization operate more efficiently.”

Bob Greenhalgh, president of Toshiba Business Solutions, added, “Toshiba is pleased to have the opportunity to assist the Panthers with all of their content management needs whether producing playbooks for their players and coaches or human resources materials for their administrative staff. Our relationship is truly a collaborative one as we enjoy doing everything possible to make life a bit easier for the Panthers’ on-field and off-field employees.”

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