Xerox continues to add multi-brand dealers to its channel partner program, most recently inking UBEO in Austin, Texas, and Seattle-based Kelley Imaging Systems.
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Xerox (NYSE: XRX) continues to hold a leadership position for channel managed print services (MPS) for its broad and accessible portfolio, according to the latest European-focused, worldwide market landscape report by analyst research group Quocirca.
Two multi-brand document technology dealers have joined the Xerox channel partner program. Located in the Midwest, Rhyme and Proven Business Systems have turned to Xerox to help address their customers’ office equipment needs with a high level of service, and a broad selection of products and solutions.
Xerox’s new MPS Essentials Suite adds value as a package of tools for providing secure authentication, mobile print functionality, advanced scanning capabilities and productivity-enhancing apps to make MPS deployment easy and profitable.
Xerox has launched a streamlined channel partner program for IT solution providers that rewards partner loyalty. The enhancements are a key component of Xerox’s strategy to target IT solution providers through a program that’s simple to understand, promotes growth and offers robust sales incentives.
Xerox has announced that Dan Cooper will lead Global Imaging Systems (GIS), A Xerox Company. Cooper will report to Mike Feldman, president, North America Operations, Xerox, and is replacing Tom Salierno who is retiring in April.
Xerox continues to add partners from coast to coast, with Hilyard’s Business Solutions and Rabbit Office Automation the latest to join its channel partner program.
Xerox’s (NYSE: XRX) AltaLink® devices are the first multifunction printers (MFPs) to be certified by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) under rigorous new testing standards.
The Xerox Personalized Application Builder Forum drew 50 high-potential partners from across the globe, and the collaborative format included perspectives from their peers and Xerox. Attendees learned about the value of developing and selling apps, and how those apps can turn multifunction printers (MFPs) into smart, connected workplace assistants.
TUI secured a managed print services (MPS) contract at Daytona International Speedway, ISC’s flagship facility, and is placing Xerox ConnectKey®-enabled multifunction printers (MFPs) at the speedway and ISC’s corporate offices, as well as NASCAR offices nationwide. All told, TUI will equip ISC and NASCAR with more than 60 of Xerox’s new generation of devices.