Xerox Reveals Plans for Premier Partner Congress at drupa
ROCHESTER, NY—April 24, 2012—Xerox will welcome hundreds of its top customers from around the world to the drupa trade fair with a networking event featuring presentations on today’s best opportunities in graphic communications.
The Xerox Premier Partners Congress will take place at the Messe Düsseldorf on May 3-4, the first two days of drupa and will feature presentations by leading industry analysts, customers and top Xerox executives, including Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns.
“Our customers have been leading this industry for years, and we’re looking forward to reinvigorating that leadership at the Premier Partners Congress and throughout drupa,” said Jeff Jacobson, president, Global Graphic Communications Operations, Xerox. “With the onset of the cloud, production inkjet innovations and an ever-widening range of media, graphic communications providers have many new ways to add value and grow their businesses.”
Jacobson will join Burns to open the congress with an interview-style presentation on Xerox strategy, along with several other Xerox executives. A number of new Premier Partner initiatives will be announced during the event.
Additional presentations include:
• “The Power of Print as part of the Multi Channel World” – Frank Romano, professor emeritus, Rochester Institute of Technology
• Case studies on business innovations – Xerox customers Totem of Poland and Datem Partner of Germany
• The Future of Communications” – Steve Hoover, chief executive officer, PARC
• “On 1:1 Multichannel Communications: The New Meaning of the “M” in MSP” – Jacob Aizikowitz, president of XMPie, A Xerox Company
The congress will provide numerous networking opportunities, including a gala dinner on Thursday, May 3 at the Classic Remise, a vintage car museum.
With sales approaching $23 billion, Xerox (NYSE: XRX) is the world’s leading enterprise for business process and document management. Its technology, expertise and services enable workplaces – from small businesses to large global enterprises – to simplify the way work gets done so they operate more effectively and focus more on what matters most: their real business.