Innovation"The spirit of innovation is the legacy and lifeblood of Xerox"
Invention has been a Xerox tradition. One of Xerox's best-known inventions was launched to the public in 1959: the Xerox 914 automatic, plain paper copier. Ever since, we've been unstoppable.
Today the Xerox Corporation is still one of the world's top technology innovators, with research and technology centres in the United States, Canada, and Europe. These centres explore the unknown, invent next-generation technology, architect product platforms, manage intellectual property, conduct work in colour science, computing, systems, novel materials, and other disciplines connected to Xerox's expertise in printing and document management. Xerox embeds its inventions in Xerox products and solutions, uses them as the foundation of new business, and licenses or sells them to other entities.
Most recently, we've leapfrogged the competition and unveiled the fastest, highest quality, most cost-effective xerographic sheet-fed colour press in the history of printing. It's the culmination of over 40 years of research on colour printing...intensive product development...and a $1 billion investment. We call it the iGen Digital Production Press. More than 400 patents protect its market-making innovation. What will we think of next? Come to Xerox and who knows, maybe you'll be the one to tell us.