Real examples of how Fuji Xerox have helped clients address key business challenges. Read about increases in cost savings, productivity gains and other benefits.
MBE South Brisbane - Color 1000 Press and FX4112 helps business get back on track
19 January 2012
To help them recover from the devastation of the Brisbane Floods, MBE South Brisbane decided to invest in a Color 1000 Press and Fuji Xerox 4112 and within a short time have already reaped rewards.
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The Courier - blended fleet and MPS brings benefits
17 January 2012
Like newspapers everywhere, The Courier, part of the Fairfax Media group, wanted to find more effective ways of operating to improve its business performance. Part of its efficiency drive involved improving its internal print infrastructure. There was no real network and maintenance and tracking of costs was almost impossible.
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United States Studies Centre - steps up security with Image Gateway
12 January 2012
Early success at the United States Studies Centre brought rapid growth resulting in the existing multifunction device being unable to support growing demand. Additionally, they required confidential printing and the ability to track and allocate costs. After additional ApeosPort IV devices and Image Gateway 2.1 was implemented, the Centre experienced immediate benefits.
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Brigidine College - technology gateway provides control, improves quality and reduces cost
24 November 2011
In the attractive, tree-lined northern Sydney suburb of St Ives, Brigidine College offers young women a highly respected Catholic education. The College faced some challenges, which included; wanting to introduce a new system to provide control of the volume of printing and simplify the administering of output for all users; to consolidate the number of devices around the school, and; to improve print quality, at a faster speed, whilst being more cost effective.
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King & Heath Real Estate - sees many benefits from consolidating their multifunction devices
10 November 2011
King and Heath First National Real Estate faced some challenges. In particular, their existing method of producing marketing materials, via offset presses and in large quantities, meant that booklets were slow to produce and went out of date as soon as properties sold. Additionally, as the company grew, the existing capabilities were insufficient and it was difficult to keep track of the disparate costs.
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