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OKI wins bike contract: OKI Ireland has won what it has termed a "significant" managed print services contract with Northern Ireland-based Chain Reaction Cycles, which is the world's largest online bi

22nd January, 2012
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Paul Mayne of EOS Systems, Paddy Devine of Chain Reaction Cycles, and Seamus Mullan of OKI.

OKI wins bike contract

OKI Ireland has won what it has termed a "significant" managed print services contract with Northern Ireland-based Chain Reaction Cycles, which is the world's largest online bike store.

The company sought advice from its IT service partner, EOS Systems, which in turn recommended a managed print service from OKI. Following an audit and consultation, it resulted in the installation of a consolidated fleet of 84 devices.

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