Global defense, aerospace and security company BAE Systems has selected Xerox’s Intelligent Workplace Services to secure and transform its print infrastructure while creating a more efficient work environment.
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Xerox Wins Multi-Year Intelligent Workplace Services Contract from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts
Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract administered by the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security (EOTSS), the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ secretariat leading the digital transformation of the Executive Branch. With the agreement, Xerox will provide Intelligent Workplace Services (IWS), a Xerox offering that transcends traditional Managed Print Services to enhance security, support compliance, reduce its environmental impact and improve productivity for the 43,000 employees the EOTSS serves across the Commonwealth.
A.R.D. Marketing, wholesale agency direct mail printer relied on combining pre-printed color offset shells and laser over printing to produce variable data direct mail letters. The process included warehousing preordered offset shells which came at a high cost and high waste of unused shells. When Greg Peplin, Founder and CEO of A.R.D., learned that Xerox Rialto 900 Inkjet Press could reduce his costs, improve productivity, and optimize his real estate, he realized he had an easy investment decision to make.
Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has secured a contract renewal with American Electric Power (AEP), bringing added efficiencies and security to AEP’s document management infrastructure from Xerox’s managed print services (MPS) and ConnectKey® technology.
After serving Wall Street for 132 years and embracing digital printing after losing its facility in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, Fitch Group is reinventing itself yet again. The Manhattan-based printer recently acquired two Xerox Iridesse Production Presses.
Print providers gathering today at the Xerox booth at PRINT 18 are seeing the future of digital graphic communications technology. For Calgary, Alberta-based Mountain View Printing & Graphics Ltd., the future is now and expectations are high. While...
New Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) printing technology, workflow software and personalization solutions to be unveiled at PRINT 18 next week will showcase innovative ways to bridge the physical and digital worlds so businesses can grow and succeed in the competitive graphic communications market.
Xerox’s Focus on Customer Productivity Highlighted with Seven RED HOT Technology Recognitions Ahead of PRINT 18
From stunning metallic output to batch personalization capabilities, Xerox’s latest graphic communications innovations connect the physical and digital to give print providers the tools to set themselves apart from their competition. These innovations – including the Xerox Iridesse® Production Press and XMPie® Circle PersonalEffect® Edition – head to PRINT 18 as RED HOT Technology honorees, receiving special recognition from the Association for Print Technologies as “must see” attractions at the show.
U.S. government agencies can now meet federal security mandates, consolidate sprawling and fragmented print infrastructures, and better manage costs with a simplified procurement of Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) cloud managed print services (MPS). Xerox sets the federal standard for security as the first MPS vendor to receive authorization for its cloud-based services.
The average book order at Mercury Print Productions of Rochester, N.Y., is less than ten units. With 200 to 300 new orders placed every day, Mercury needed a cost-effective, high-speed inkjet device that could integrate with its automated print-on-demand (POD) system and deliver greater production flexibility and high image quality on a range of paper stocks. The answer was the Xerox Trivor® 2400 High Fusion Inkjet Press with Color Hike technology.