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Celebrating the installation of the 400th CopiServ copier at ECU are (left to right) CopiServ Manager Suzanne Rouse, University Printing and Graphics Director Ann Weingartz, Systems Administrator Allen Vervisch, customer Leanne Turner with the Brody School of Medicine Cashier’s Office, and CopiServ Service Representatives Harold Coleman, Susanne Manning, and Jeff Boyd. (Contributed photo)

CopiServ Reaches Milestone

East Carolina University’s copier management program, CopiServ, celebrated its 400th copier installation at the Brody School of Medicine Cashier’s Office Feb. 1.

CopiServ is a copier management system in place at East Carolina University, that helps departments eliminate the need to purchase a copier and maintain a service contract. It also reduces the need to stock and keep inventory of paper and toner.

Through the program, customers are provided a copier that best suits their copying needs. They pay a per-copy price that covers machine supplies, paper,

service, and a replacement machine at the end of the copier’s useful life.

The program was implemented in August 1994. In July 1997, the 200th copier was installed at ECU.

Since that time, the program has evolved to include networked digital copiers, some with color capabilities, faxing, and scanning.

CopyPro of Greenville is the contracted vendor, providing the specified copier equipment and technical service.

This page originally appeared in the Feb. 23, 2007 issue of Pieces of Eight. Complete issue is archived at