Printer Purchase Programs

What Is This Program About?

IT Acquisitions is proud to present their latest printing program for all departments at the University of Saskatchewan. In this program, you simply pay per the amount of pages you print and when you’re in need for supplies, we deliver them directly to you with no additional fees. This will include;

Why Should I Join?

This program solves many of the issues that people on campus face with desktop or small workgroup printers. There is no longer a need to keep a spare toner on hand (toners are automatically shipped to you when needed), it removes the responsibility for ordering supplies (this is all done automatically helping to prevent you from running out of toner), you only pay for the pages you print out of a toner (no having to throw away spare toners when the printer dies and losing that investment in toner), and ensures that you don’t have any unexpected repair bills.

Below is an example showing your cost savings if you have applied for the program with an already owned MS312dn printer.



60,000 PAGES FOR MS312DN

- Included Toners, Kits & On-Site Technical Service

Not Applied


60,000 PAGES FOR MS312DN

- Included 1x Imaging Kit & 12x High Yeild Toners

*Printer Not Included; For Example Purposes Only.

This program is mostly recommended for lab / office printers. For more information about each category in this program, please check out the links below.

Simply fill out and email back the pdf form under one of the links above. Once we have all the information needed, we can than review your application in order to make sure your printer qualifies and notify you when or if your printer has been accepted. After that, let us take care of the rest and ease your worries.
Once your printer has been accepted, we are then able to monitor your printer supply levels, via by the university network, to automatically ship you supplies when your device requires them.
In order to monitor your printer’s supplies levels, we must be able to connected to your printer over the network; meaning that all printers must be connect to the university network in order to be eligible.