What is PEPPM?
PEPPM (Pennsylvania Educational Purchasing Program for Microcomputers) is a national technology bidding and purchasing program. The program includes more than 300,000 technology products. PEPPM allows you to purchase technology products that are bid discounted and bid protected.
How do I qualify?
Schools, libraries, government, and non-profit agencies may qualify to participate in this program.
Click here to see if you're eligible.
Why Choose IPS Laser Express?
Two reasons: Service and Savings! IPS Laser Express is focused on providing its clients with the highest level of professional service in the industry. There is no substitute for experience when it comes to providing great service and both our facilities have certified equipment technicians that have over 30 years of combined experience in the industry.
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When you purchase qualifying toner from IPS, you will receive free service, including parts and labor.
How do I enroll?
Call us for details: 800-347.2913
IPS vs OEM
Customers can re-order supplies on an as-needed basis or through a service plan with a pre-determined, fixed cost per page fee. See the benefits of IPS compatible toner below:
|IPS Compatible Toner vs. OEM Toner||IPS||OEM|
|Dependable, high-quality product.||Yes||Yes|
|Free service - including parts, labor and travel.||Yes||No|
|Free loaner machines when service requires removing a device for repair.||Yes||No|
|100% guarantee on toner with free replacement and PM if necessary.||Yes||No|
|Free Web JetAdmin Software to proactively monitor all network devices
for errors and toner levels.
|HP Elite Dealer & Service Center to perform all HP warranty work.||Yes||No|
|Green product with free recycling.||Yes||No|
Agencies eligible to purchase PEPPM
- School Districts
- Public Libraries
- Community Colleges
- Four Year Colleges
- Career and Technology Centers
- Intermediate Units
- State-approved Charter Schools
- Local and State Government Agencies
- Local Municipalities and Related County/Municipal Authorities
- State-approved Private Schools Providing Approved Special Education Programs
- Non-profit Entities (with Vendor Approval and where permissible by Statute or Regulation)
For any PEPPM questions please visit www.peppm.org.