Xerox India launches Xerox Office software suite

By SiliconIndia   |   Thursday, 22 November 2007, 08:00 Hrs
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Bangalore: Xerox India today, announced the launch of Xerox Office software suite, a new document output and asset management software suite from its Xerox Global Services (XGS) division.

The XOS technology suite will provide a complete "governance" application suite to achieve maximum and ongoing output savings. This platform is built on Microsoft's .Net technology, which facilitates rapid and cost effective integration into existing or future infrastructure and management systems. It is particularly powerful for integrating web-based applications.

The new software suite serves as an entry point to understand and analyze an organization's document management needs and thus increase the return on investment (ROI) and reduce costs significantly. Primarily Xerox Office Services Software Suite is targeted at the BFSI, Pharma and ITES sectors in India.

After announcing launch of the product, Ravi Venkatraman, Director, Xerox Global Services, said that Xerox Office Software suite gives a new way to look at managing document output and infrastructure in the office. More than 90 percent of organizations do not track their costs of producing and maintaining documents. This makes documents an immeasurable element of business cost, productivity and IT infrastructure.

Sharing XGS's plans to tap the Bangalore market, Venkatraman said that Xerox will be tapping the ITeS and BFSI verticals in Bangalore and build a dedicated team of six specialized experts to grow the XGS business in these identified verticals. XGS will also double its employee headcount in South India by 2008, he added.

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