29 Jan

Victorian Schools Visit Fuji Xerox Australia to Learn About Sustainability

Victorian Schools Visit Fuji Xerox Australia to Learn About Sustainability

Victorian Schools Visit Fuji Xerox Australia to Learn About Sustainability In September 2015, Fuji Xerox Australia hosted a group of School Students for a day of learning and fun on the subject of sustainability. The 5 year 10-12 students and 6 teachers, all from Victorian Private Schools, spent a day in Sydney with the Fuji Xerox Australia team to learn how we put sustainability into action in our workplace. They then used this learning to come-up with strategies for how they can improve sustainability practices in their School or Community. Eco Manufacturing The Eco Manufacturing centre is a state-of-the-art engineering facility for the remanufacture of parts and sub-assemblies removed from equipment during service. …

3 Oct

Personalised marketing in the Insurance Industry

Personalised marketing in the Insurance Industry

This post is from guest contributor Emma Morgan, Industry Marketing Manager at Fuji Xerox Australia. How technology can help to embrace customer demand for more personalised communication in the insurance industry There’s some interesting brain imaging research from the New Jersey University of Medicine and Dentistry that found very specific brain activity in the event of hearing one’s own name. The areas of the brain that are activated by hearing one’s own name (specifically the medial frontal cortex and the Superior Temporal cortex) is also where our personalities live, where we make decisions and judgements and where we process and understand stimuli. All we have to do is address people by their name …

27 May

Is empathy the root of all good design?

Is empathy the root of all good design?

And if so how do you embed this in your business? When we talk about design, we typically think in terms of functionality (what a product does) or aesthetics (how a product appeals to our senses). Too rarely, however, do we approach design through the eyes of Human need (the consumer) – in other words, with empathy for the problem. Yet when we apply empathy to design, regardless of the purpose or size or scale of the idea at hand, we become more likely to create things that focus directly on human needs, both practical and emotional. Good design is rooted in a deep understanding of people. Their wants, needs, and habits must …

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The next generation of work opens the door to new opportunities and challenges. The workplace of tomorrow will be a transformed place where greater mobility, increased innovation, collaboration and employee flexibility will be key drivers of change. At Fuji Xerox Australia we help businesses integrate data, documents and business processes and turn tomorrow’s documents into knowledge. Nextwork explores the dawn of the ‘new working world’ and how we can successfully harness the opportunities and mitigate the challenges of tomorrow.

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