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Xerox launches new product lines

THE Xerox Company on Guam and Saipan has launched 29 new products over two equipment platform lines that it says offer increased functionality for the workplace, efficiently controlling or reducing the cost of print management and document workflows.

To better serve its customers, Xerox said it has launched the Versalink and Altalink models that enable personalized workflows with new security features; document translation into over 40 languages; allow digital billboard announcements at the walk-up interface and conversion of scanned images into a variety of editable formats; and includes print management software that provides device authentication, authorization, accounting and audit trails.

Xerox company officials pose with some of their customers in the local business community on Tuesday.  Photo by Cherrie Anne E. VillahermosaXerox company officials pose with some of their customers in the local business community on Tuesday. Photo by Cherrie Anne E. Villahermosa

These products are now available on Saipan, according to Pamela Sgambelluri Quinata, Xerox general manager.

She said for 53 years on Guam and 46 years on Saipan, Xerox’s business and customers have evolved and matured along with the latest technological innovations.

“We’re still very strong in the marketplace on Guam and Saipan. We’ve partnered with many  businesses here, and we’ve come to see a very much more mature business environment. People want more solutions rather than just copying and printing. People are looking outside the box, and we are looking at how to make it better for them to manage their documents beyond just basic scanning.”

Tiffany Rabacal-Harper, Xerox office solutions specialist, demonstrated on Tuesday how the new product line can help improve document management, workflow and secure output.

She explained how embedded applications and software solutions can automate the capture and routing of scans and digital files, convert images into user-friendly formats, and turn them into something powerful for office use.