Xerox Updates Managed Services ProgramBy eChannelLine | Print
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Xerox's new set of tools for its managed print services offering promises to make print infrastructure less complex and more cost effective in small and midsized businesses.
Xerox Corp. is introducing Xerox Print Services, a set of services and tools designed to help small and midsized businesses better manage their printing infrastructure and reduce costs. Delivered through the company's network of channel partners, Xerox Print Services is based on the company's enterprise managed print services that Xerox provides directly to corporations like Procter & Gamble, KeyCorp and Dillard's Inc.
Xerox Print Services is part of the company's channel managed print services portfolio -- which offers a common technology platform and global support infrastructure that is customized by geography to meet specific channel and delivery requirements. Xerox Print Services is currently available in Western Europe only; North America and other countries will offer their own versions in the third quarter of this year.
"Just like major corporations, small and medium-sized businesses are looking for ways to cut costs -- and we are equipping our channel partners with the technology and knowledge to make that possible," said Stephen Cronin, president, Xerox Global Services. "To simplify for our customers how to better manage their printing, we're taking a brand-agnostic approach to the value we provide to SMBs. Regardless of the type of document device or brand, Xerox Print Services can help lower print and copy costs, reduce IT support and increase office productivity."