Inland Engineering Services (IES) provides turnkey engineering and construction services to telecommunications companies. Established in 2005 and based in Corona, California, the company has grown rapidly, with repeat customers like Time-Warner, AT&T and Verizon hiring IES to handle the planning, design and construction of fiber-optic, broadband and wire-line networks around Southern California and beyond.
Every project involves numerous IES people working in the office and at construction sites, as well as contacts at the client company, city or country municipalities. At every stage – from research through design, planning, approval and construction – multiple CAD drawings, plans, permits and other files need to be scanned, revised, printed, copied, shared and stored. Getting the right documents into the hands of the people who need them, when and where they need them, and keeping the documents organized is a huge and constant challenge. With multiple people in multiple IES departments needing to print and scan frequently, ease of use and accessibility of printers is another major concern.
“The biggest benefit of the HP Designjet T2500 eMFP device that can scan, copy, print and save
onto a network is time management. Anyone in any department can use it independently. And people in the field or at home can remotely access
or print files. It’s a huge timesaver!”
– Debbie Garcia, project coordinator, Inland Engineering Services
IES has always used HP Designjet Printers, repeatedly upgrading to newer models. Most recently, IES installed an HP Designjet T2500 eMultifunction Printer, a web-connected printer with scan and copy capabilities. IES also opened an HP Designjet ePrint & Share1 account, a free service that enables team members to access and print projects from the cloud. IES had previously installed two other HP printers, the HP Designjet T2300 eMultifunction Printer and HP Designjet 1050C Printer. The HP Designjet T2300 eMultifunction Printer remains in use, but the HP Designjet 1050C is now redundant thanks to the introduction of the eMultifunction Printers.