Consolidation Pays Big Dividends for Fidelity

Consolidating four printing operations into one has already saved $1 million in costs for Fidelity Investments’ Document Printing Services. An influx of new equipment and software enhancements promises to further boost efficiency and effectiveness.

Operator Leonard Butler (left) discusses a job being produced on the Xerox Color Press 1000 with Manager Steve Coogan.

DPS staff members stand in the in-plant’s wide-format printing area. Back row, from left: Paul Colameta, Mark Mass, Leonard Butler, Fred Wells and Scott Angeloni. Front row, from left: Timmy Nguyen, Martha Fonseca, Kwan Yue, Bob Coughlin and Brian Cafarella.

The senior management team at Fidelity Investments Document Printing Services stands outside their Boston headquarters. From left: Jamie Mannion, Michael Luzzo and Steve Coogan.

From left: Steve Coogan, senior manager, Jamie Mannion, senior director, and Michael Luzzo, vice president, stand outside Document Printing Services’ Boston facility.