Xerox Selects TranscenData for Integration Solutions
Press release from the issuing company
MILFORD, Ohio---Oct. 19, 2001--The TranscenData(TM) business of International TechneGroup Incorporated (ITI) announces its selection by Xerox Corporation to provide a solution for integrating the engineering supply chain.
Xerox is employing TranscenData's DEXcenter(TM) (Data Exchange Center) tool to translate and transfer files between departments, customers, and suppliers. DEXcenter is a web-based solution that automates, centralizes, and manages the exchange of engineering product data throughout the supply chain, regardless of that data's type, source, or destination.
Total Time to Market savings for Xerox as a result of their DEXcenter is estimated to be in the order of $8 Million to $10 Million. "Yearly resource savings of $1.8 Million alone are the direct result of our transition to DEXcenter's more effective and automated electronic data exchange process,'' explained Bud Krayer -- CAD/CAM Project Manager in Xerox Research & Technology, Corporate Engineering Center, Engineering Systems. "Furthermore DEXcenter tightly integrates our supply chain resulting in more efficiency and faster time to market.''
"Xerox is a prime example of today's new business environment,'' explained Tom Makoski, Vice President of Sales & Marketing for TranscenData. "It is imperative for organizations to become tightly integrated with their supply chain. DEXcenter adds value to our customer's data by extending its use throughout all phases of engineering and manufacturing,'' continued Makoski. "This solution enables Xerox to focus resources and activities on continuing to develop innovative world-class products and sustaining its leadership position with confidence that data can be freely shared. We are very pleased to have been entrusted with the interoperability success of Xerox.''
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