Real examples of how Fuji Xerox have helped clients address key business challenges. Read about increases in cost savings, productivity gains and other benefits.
mmw3degrees - effective direct mail shows its true colours
15 June 2012
In order to meet their clients requirements for branding and colour consistency, mmw3degrees needed a system that could profile their Xerox iGen3 Press and Xerox iGen4 Press, and match the two outputs to a predetermined proof. Fuji Xerox's Colour Managed Workflow Solution, powered by ORIS allowed mmw3degrees to take control of their colour consistency.
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Terumo Australia - Scanning and document management solution help discard old processes
8 June 2012
When Terumo wanted to reduce its accounts receivable staff time in issuing 3,800 monthly statements and to address the bottleneck of archiving and retrieving purchase orders, Fuji Xerox suggested a scanning and document management solution which transformed these processes with great results.
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Corporate Printers - increasing in-house capabilities brings maximum rewards
31 May 2012
With the migration of Corporate Printers work to incorporate colour and the steadily increasing volumes of black-and-white materials, many of which were being outsourced, the company needed to readdress its production capabilities.
After a Nuvera 200EA and DocuTech 6180 were installed to meet their burgeoning monochrome volumes as well as a Fuji Xerox 700 Digital Color Press to take on the growing volume of colour print, Corporate Printers realised the benefits.
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Cornish College - achieving sustainability goals through Image Gateway for Apeos
25 May 2012
When Cornish College implemented a complete solution combining seven multifunction devices, Image Gateway for Apeos’ cost management software and a scanning module, the sustainability benefits were visible early on.
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The King's School - creates savings with a managed print services agreement and fleet refreshment
24 April 2012
As one of Australia’s most respected private schools, The King’s School does nothing in half measure. Its academic record, the very long list of “old boy” high achievers, and the school’s sporting success make it one of Australia’s pre-eminent independent schools for boys.
The preparation of educational material for so many students is no small task, and when coupled with teaching aids and administration requirements, the demands for documents, reports and books is an ongoing concern for the director of information and communications technology, Michael Eggenhuizen.
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