Xerox Outlines Future Corporate and Technology Plans at Graph Expo 16
ORLANDO, Fla. — September 28, 2016 — Xerox’s press briefing on Monday night provided an update on some of the company’s recent announcements from a corporate and technology perspective, and featured a panel of three customers who have installed some of the latest Xerox equipment.
Jeff Jacobson, president of Xerox Technology Business and Xerox’s future CEO, discussed how the company has been building on the momentum it has established since drupa and its plans for after Xerox separates into two companies at the start of 2017, which includes continued development of its inkjet technology and an increased focus on digital packaging. Andrew Copley, president, global graphic communications operations, reviewed some of the company’s products debuting in North America at Graph Expo. This includes the Brenva HD production inkjet press, the iGen 5 with clear dry ink, the Trivor 2400 inkjet press with high fusion ink and the Xerox Direct to Object inkjet printer.
The Brenva and the Direct-to-Object inkjet printer were two of the five Must See 'Ems award winners from Xerox. Others included FreeFlow Core 5.0 automation platform, FreeFlow Digital Publisher and XMPie’s Campaigns-on-Demand. Xerox also received the Must See ‘Ems Legacy Award for the iGen3 digital press.
The customer panel featured Patrick Maurer of Apex Revenue Technologies, Michael Wurst of Henry Wurst Inc., and Rich Stevens of Stevens Integrated Solutions, who discussed how various Xerox solutions have helped their businesses.