The big news this week was Xerox’s announcement…
Xerox will shortly be out from under the thumb of activist billionaire investor Carl Icahn…
The firm says its Xerox Managed Print Services goes beyond device and print management adding workflow automation, content management, and digitization services
“This move also enables Xerox to focus on delivering more targeted and specialized financial services programs to the Xerox distribution network and their clients.”
“We’re constantly looking at our supply chain and making sure we’re adhering to all regulatory and government requirements around the world…”
Company says it continues to focus its priorities and investments on its core capabilities and offerings including print, IT, and digital services.
A3 office MFPs appear to be making a comeback, but it also appears that the hybrid market will become a permanent market segment.
Earlier this week, Xerox leadership held a second-quarter earnings conference call, discussing the company’s latest financial results. Xerox leadership also......
Higher year-over-year equipment sales revenue said to reflect stable demand and improved product availability, particularly in the Americas, and for Xerox’s higher-margin A3 MFPs.
“Xerox’s multi-tenant, native cloud applications position us to support clients wherever they are in their hybrid work journey,”
“We rely on our partners to help steer the channel vision, and together with the expansion of software, we can accelerate growth,”
This week’s interesting news came from Gartner, Inc. According to one of the firm’s recent market-research reports, worldwide, governments will......
“Global challenges like inflation and workforce scarcity and their local repercussions are testing the abilities of government CIOs to respond with appropriate service delivery mechanisms…”
“We make work, work” brand campaign spotlights company’s digital workflow solutions and more.
That’s according to Path Forward, an enterprise print consultant, which estimates that a typical mid-size or large enterprise with thousands......
Office-print business continues to improve, particularly for government, education, and mid-market businesses.