Xerox and IDC host regional round table conference on managed print services
- United Arab Emirates: Monday, July 23 - 2012 at 12:45
- PRESS RELEASE
Xerox, the document management technology and services enterprise, highlights how advanced Managed Print Services (MPS) can help reduce costs and improve productivity at a regional roundtable conference held in collaboration with IDC.
The round table conferences were opened by Tobias Kleu, IDC Research Manager who addressed the 'end of the cost centre' illustrating how MPS improves business processes through transformational services such as mobile printing, home-worker support, and document workflow optimization.
"Organizations operating in global business environments are increasingly relying on information from very different sources, generated by a host of different applications and distributed over various output devices such as printers and faxes, as well as electronically to email, Web, smart-phones, or tablet devices. These multiple sources and destinations of information, coupled with fragmented ownership, management of devices, lack of centralized print management, and lack of control, lead to poor processes and high costs," added Tobias Kleu, Research Manager, Imaging & Hardcopy Devices, IDC CEMA region, IDC Central Europe.
The round table conferences held in the UAE and in Saudi featured speakers from Dubai World Trade Centre and National Air Services who presented real-life examples of MPS practices within their organization.
As the worldwide market leader in MPS, Xerox is working with businesses of all sizes to simplify the way work gets done - so employees spend less time managing documents, and more time focused on their core business. Xerox integrates MPS into the IT infrastructure to help intelligently organize information - from both paper and electronic sources.
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