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Office Depot says the new Xerox installations will serve both retail and business customers. On the production-printing side, the installations will include the Xerox Iridesse Production Press that prints using metallic inks.
Relationship with Fuji Xerox also said to be stable.
“3D printing is poised to transform manufacturing. And we’re ready to lead the charge.”
“By simplifying our operations, instilling a culture of continuous improvement, investing in growth areas and capitalizing on new and adjacent market opportunities, we anticipate that we can achieve flat to growing revenue by 2021.”
One of the interesting things about technology is that we can’t always see where it will eventually take us, a case in point being drop-on-demand inkjet printing.
Xerox noted that this is not just an issue with Xerox MFPs and scanners, but that other vendors’ devices are also affected by this update.
Net income for the fourth quarter was $137 million, compared to a loss of $190 million for fourth-quarter 2017. Fourth-quarter EPS was 56 cents per share, an increase of $1.34 versus fourth-quarter 2017.
It seems like just yesterday, but only a few years ago, the idea of controlling a copier or printer via voice command seemed pretty far-fetched.
Last year, in an October conference call with investors, Xerox CEO John Vistentin had commented on Xerox’s possible entry into the 3D-printer market, announcing that Xerox is developing “a road map to participate in 3D printing.”
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Xerox states that simple to even complex documents can be scanned, and that the Audio Documents app can accommodate challenging document formats.
After weeks of rumors and speculation, it’s official: Xerox announced today that it’s re-branding its Global Imaging Systems (GIS) to “Xerox Business Solutions “(XBS).
Using the Remote Solve option, customers are given the option to call via video chat – Skype or FaceTime are the video-chat options at this time.
Xerox acquired Florida-based GIS, a supplier of office-technology systems, in 2007 for approximately $1.5 billion in a bid to expand its distribution network for the SMB segment.