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Case Study: Queen Elizabeth Boy's School

12th Aug 2021

Queen Elizabeth's School is a Grammar School for boys aged between 11 and 18 and it holds an established reputation for academic excellence. While mindful of its illustrious past and long-held traditions, it actively embraces forward-thinking leadership, combined with the latest in technology. 

Business Challenge

The Hertfordshire-based school sought control and visibility of print management throughout the school with an aim to reduce the print output and associated costs. It was clear that the school were seeking a technologically advanced solution to improve learning facilities for their students. The desire to integrate their printing with students and staff online accounts via biometric and ParentPay technology was also a strong requirement for the future.


The move to a fully managed print solution brings a consistent user experience, as well as management and control, to its printing throughout the school in order to reduce print volumes and control costs.

"The new configuration has the potential for mobile print functionality which will enable users to print from mobile devices, like Smartphones, tablets and laptops. Furthermore, students will be able to send homework from their home PCs to print at school, so the print job can be released and collected at the chosen device the following day. In a school like ours with a very broad socio-economic mix of students, this is another equaliser"

Emi Aghdiran - Assistant Head (Business Manager) at Queen Elizabeth's School