Fujifilm is still appealing an injunction that was placed on the now-scrapped deal in April by a U.S. court.
“The terms we offered in January are the ceiling,” Komori said.
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Visentin also stated that Xerox has new technology that could be disruptive in markets such as 3D printing.
“Fuji Xerox remains a partner but they need to earn our business.”
“There’s a big difference between gaining successful entrance to the king’s castle (Authentication) and what you are allowed to do once you are in”side (Authorization).”
It should also be noted that dealers and solutions’ providers are increasingly relying on third-party cloud-based workflow and data-storage solutions that feature built-in security guarantees.
Buyout firm Apollo Global Management is said to have approached Xerox about a possible acquisition.
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“My mission is to persuade Xerox executives that the merger would be the best solution for both companies,” said Tamai.
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The rift between Xerox and Fujifilm – which have operated Fuji Xerox for decades as a joint venture – continues to widen, with Fujifilm Chairman and CEO today penning a letter to newly appointed Xerox CEO John Visentin, in response to a letter Visentin had sent to him on Monday.
Fujifilm said in a statement: “It is again no surprise to hear Xerox’s pretense to sell its products directly into the growing Asia-Pacific market.”
“Therefore, your expectation – as expressed to the Japanese media – that Xerox will come to Fujifilm with a new proposal for a combination transaction is simply delusional.”
As we reported previously, in a separate lawsuit filed this week, Fujifilm also filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Xerox, demanding $1 billion in damages.