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.
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Xerox Cloud-based Automation Speeds Office Tasks and Simplifies Managed Print Services for Channel Partners
Xerox Managed Print Services (MPS) accredited channel partners can now run their service visits, supplies delivery and back-office functions more efficiently with a new integration with ECi e-automate software.
Workers can spend more time collaborating and creating colorful marketing materials with two new Xerox workplace assistant printers that personalize work experiences and support mobility with secure, wireless printing. Designed for medium and large workgroups, the customizable Xerox VersaLink C8000 and C9000 A3 Color Printers produce professional color quality, backed by benchmark reliability at an affordable total cost of ownership.
Organizations can now better connect staff to popular business platforms such as Salesforce, QuickBooks Online and Concur, supporting customer relationship management, accounting and invoicing, plus streamline additional processes with new apps for Xerox (NYSE: XRX) ConnectKey® devices. Purchasing and implementing the apps is simple with a new e-commerce-enabled site.
Xerox continues its commitment to environmental sustainability for its customers by achieving EPEAT global registration for its ConnectKey-enabled devices, the Xerox VersaLink® and Xerox AltaLink® series.
Xerox Earns Leadership Position in Ninth Consecutive Quocirca Managed Print Services Market Landscape Report
Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has again solidified its place at the top of the managed print services (MPS) market, taking the leadership position in Quocirca’s worldwide market landscape report for the ninth consecutive time.
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.
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.