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Xerox Presents Business Rationale for Document Outsourcing

Monday, January 12, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

(January 08, 2009) Office and production print executives gathered in Bonita Springs, FL earlier this month at the 2008 Print & Imaging Summit to discuss print management and investment strategies that cut costs and stimulate new business.
John Kelly, president of Xerox Global Services North America, presented on the hidden opportunity of document outsourcing. Document outsourcing can benefit companies where it matters most – the bottom line. According to Kelly, one of the largest challenges facing companies when it comes to assessing document and printing expenses is determining what and where costs are being incurred within the enterprise. He went on to explain that by outsourcing the management of all devices in an enterprise, companies can establish a streamlined workflow that can save them upward of 30 percent on their annual document spend.
“Both digital and paper documents represent a vital infrastructure that’s just as important as facilities and IT networks,” said Kelly. “By outsourcing document management, companies can greatly increase employee productivity by eliminating wasted time spent searching for essential documents. A comprehensive document management strategy will also protect companies from loss of critical intellectual property and maintain compliance with numerous document-related regulations.”
Now in its third year, the 2008 Print & Imaging Summit focused on print management and investment strategies for the 21st century, helping print executives explore next-generation technology with peers and future technology partners.




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