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Control costs and increase office productivity

‚Äč Do you understand the total cost of printing in your organisation? Do you have the experience and knowledge to control your print spending? Many companies don't until they turn to Xerox Managed Print Services. Through managed print services, our customers gain visibility and control of their spending. This helps them free up budget for innovative projects that improve efficiency and drive competitive advantage.

For InterContinental Hotels Group, it means spending less time on document production and more time making guests feel comfortable. Xerox managed print services helped the City of Rochester, NY, use less power and save a projected $2 million over five years so they could close a budget gap. And British Telecom reduced their carbon footprint 50% to help advance their competitive position as one of the world's largest IP network operators.

Our managed print services are not just for large corporations. We have more than 10 years of experience delivering results like these for companies of all sizes. As a market leader in managed print services, we match our expertise to your specific business needs.

Xerox positioned as a leader in 2012 Gartner Magic Quadrant for MPS

Xerox believes that Managed Print Services is a trust based decision and that most organizations will choose a service provider who they believe is most able to deliver against their business goals and achieve a well-managed, highly productive, office print environment.

"The Ability to Execute axis position for each MPS provider is based on its success in delivering results today as well as its preparation to deliver results in the future. On this axis, Gartner verifies an MPS provider's capability to deliver MPS based on direct feedback from extensive interviews with its clients and other provided customer references."

Gartner, Inc. "Magic Quadrant for Managed Print Services, Worldwide" By Ken Weilerstein & Cecile Drew, October 24, 2012.

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