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Find Information In Seconds (Not Hours) with the Xerox DocuMate 3120

PLEASANTON, Calif. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today announced the Xerox DocuMate® 3120 document scanner. This affordable scanner can instantly digitize up to 20 double sided documents, receipts, and plastic cards in one minute. Once converted, the digital information can be securely saved as searchable PDF files on your computer or in the cloud; ready to be found easily when needed.

Ideal for anyone who regularly needs to gather information from documents, the Xerox DocuMate 3120 can find what you are looking for in seconds, not hours. In research firm IDC’s report, The High Cost of Not Finding Information, they estimate that the typical knowledge worker spends about 2.5 hours or roughly 30 percent of the work day, searching for information.

Xerox Strengthens ConnectKey Platform – New Devices and Solutions Simplify the Evolving Workplace

NORWALK, Conn. — With mobility, security, cloud access and productivity on the minds of today’s workforce, Xerox has introduced new functionalities, apps and products for its ConnectKey® 1.5 software and technology.

The latest enhancements include four new multifunction printers (MFPs) – including two A4/letter-sized devices – and software apps that push the boundaries of traditional device functionality.

Full suite of cloud-ready MFPs

The cloud-ready ConnectKey-enabled MFPs give users more choices in speed and capabilities across the portfolio:  

From Magnets to Full Color Brochures: Xerox’s Newest Light Production Printer Offers Versatility, More Ways to Profit

NORWALK, Conn. — Whether it is magnets for a local pizza shop or marketing brochures for a realtor, the new Xerox Color C60/C70 Printer gives users a cost-effective option for a wide range of printing needs.

Suitable in any print environment, including quick print shops, in-plant operations, agencies, small businesses and manufacturers, the device offers turn-key features and media-weight versatility. Users can easily enhance and expand their application offerings to include rugged polyester labels, menus, signs and vinyl window clings.

Xerox Bolsters Commitment to Channel with Apps, Cloud-based Devices and Services to Fuel New Customer Acquisitions

NORWALK, Conn. — With 80 percent of solution providers’ revenue coming from existing customers1 and increased pressure on product and service margins, Xerox introduces its Keys To New Business Program so channel partners can generate additional revenue streams and provide profitable offerings to new and existing clients.

“Longevity for the channel equates to new business. We’re making this critical, but challenging effort easier with a range of new offerings and support to help our partners achieve long-term success,” said John Corley, president, Channel Partner Operations, Xerox.

Designed for document management experts and IT solution providers selling to the small and medium-sized enterprise, the program features financial incentives along with marketing and sales enablement tools, such as:

The Retail Store Command Center Providing a Service and Support “Express Lane”

Remember when in-store technology meant some cash registers and a phone line? Those days are gone forever.

The retail industry is undergoing a technological revolution, fueled by mobility, automation and the need to give consumers the fast and convenient service options that keep them coming back for more. The good news? New technology can have a positive impact on revenue. The not-so-good news? Although these mobile devices and applications, employee hand-held, new payment devices, numerous displays and customer facing systems can help fuel loyalty and sales, they all add to the technological complexity.

Xerox Named a Leader of Managed Print Services by IDC MarketScape

NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox has been recognized as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Managed Print and Document Services 2014 Hardcopy Vendor Analysis[1] for the fourth time.

Deliver Easy, Professional Quality Booklets with Xerox D-Series

In today’s environments, shrinking budgets means educators and businesses are left to find creative ways to control spending. For all businesses in all markets, showing the value they can deliver is critical to their survival.

This means producing cost-effective, high-quality print materials that help all departments exceed their goals and expectations while staying within increasingly constrained budgets.

One such opportunity is by bringing the advantages of color to booklets for use in teacher curriculums, student directories, course packs and in business brochures, catalogues, industry manuals and annual reports or financial statements.

Research shows that color communications help enhance student attention and recall by 82% and improve overall learning by 78%.

Xerox® ConnectKey™ Devices Deliver Apple® AirPrint™ to the Enterprise White Paper

Executive Summary

Apple AirPrint is a driverless printing technology introduced with iOS version 4.2 in November of 2010. It enables Apple’s iOS® devices including iPhones®, iPads®, iPod® Touches, and Mac® OS X® to print without the need to install drivers or download software. AirPrint uses familiar, well-established technologies already in use today including Bonjour®, IPP, PDF and JPEG.

Xerox DocuMate 4830 Document Scanner Gets 67 Percent Faster

PLEASANTON, Calif. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) today announced that the Xerox DocuMate® 4830 workgroup scanner now includes updated hardware to increase black & white scanning speeds by 67 percent, from 30 to 50 pages per minute. Scan speed in duplex mode is 100 images per minute. The scanner has both an A3-sized flatbed for larger documents and a 75-page automatic document feeder through which long documents (up to 118 inches in length) can be scanned.


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