Monday, April 27, 2009

TWIX “this week in Xerox”

Xerox announced that its desktop printer sales fell 22% during last quarter, and will lay off 50 people from its Phaser printer facility in Wilsonville, OR. The company's total revenue last quarter fell from $4.3 billion to $3.6 billion.

Copier dealers in New York are complaining over the Buffalo public school district's decision to renew its contract with Xerox, rather than going out to bid. The district's CFO, Gary Crosby claims that because Xerox offered a discount off the current state contract, this allowed the school to order 300 new copiers from Xerox and avoid a bid process.

Xerox launched a managed print services program for its agents and VARs. Xerox Print Services provides its channel partners with access to training, services, supplies, software and equipment backed by Xerox.

Xerox, through its FM division, is now offering Xerox Litigation Services Processing and Review Dashboard, to enhance search of cases from document management systems.

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