🔄 Xerox 2.0: Not Just Copies, but a Blueprint for the Future Good🔄
From paper jams to jamming with AR and AI, Xerox is redefining the office landscape.
Who would’ve thought that the humble office printer could spark a workplace revolution? Xerox CEO Steve Bandrowczak certainly believes so. In a recent interview with The Verge, Bandrowczak discusses how Xerox, a company with a legacy dating back to 1906, is evolving beyond its roots in paper and copy machines. Today, Xerox is diving into IT services, optimizing workflows, managing data, and even dabbling in robotics and AI.
Steve insists there’s still a lot in the world to print, and selling and servicing printers continues to be where Xerox begins its relationships with most customers
One of the most intriguing innovations is an AR app designed to guide users through printer troubleshooting, eliminating the need for a technician. “Steve insists there’s still a lot in the world to print, and selling and servicing printers continues to be where Xerox begins its relationships with most customers,” says the article.
Xerox is also expanding its services to include things like payables and HR solutions, leveraging its existing relationships in managed print services. The company is not just about handling paper anymore; it’s about managing both paper and digital documents across enterprises, adding value through AI and other technologies.
– Greg Walters, Head Writer