NORWALK, Conn. — Industry research firm Gartner, Inc. placed Xerox (NYSE: XRX), in the Leaders Quadrant of its December 2014 Magic Quadrant for Customer Management Contact Center Business Process Outsourcing.
The Magic Quadrant is a proprietary research tool developed by Gartner that evaluates companies on completeness of vision and ability to execute.
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox’s newest press will make inkjet technology a reality for more print service providers by breaking down barriers such as high print volumes, large footprint and cost. The Xerox Rialto 900™ Inkjet Press offers first-of-its kind features and carves out a new space within the booming production color inkjet segment.
PLEASANTON, Calif. — Xerox today announced the Xerox DocuMate® 5540, a uniquely designed document scanner that combines both a flatbed and sheetfed scanner in one unit. The DocuMate 5540 also includes a 70-page automatic document feeder (ADF) making the most versatile scanner for today’s modern office.
NORWALK, Conn. — Office workers often rely on mobile devices to do their jobs and expect to print throughout their day, whether at a desk, a conference or break room, or even a home office. However, a recent study by IDC1 finds only half of mobile users are able to print within their own company walls, and just one-third can print on the go. New Xerox devices help simplify it so these professionals can print anytime, anywhere with any mobile device.
Calgary, Alberta - February 4, 2015 - Print Audit®, the company that helps office equipment dealers grow their businesses, has released an update for the Print Audit Facilities Manager web portal. Facilities Manager 3.4.0R now features the best ECi e-automate integration of any 3rd party Remote Monitoring and Management tool.
NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox is working with financial institutions to reduce the estimated $1.1 billion in U.S. check fraud through a new service that detects duplicate checks prior to processing payment.
Duplicate payment processing occurs when a check is deposited to an account more than once – for example, via an electronic check-imaging deposit and then at a bank branch – causing the check issuer to pay more than the original amount.