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Xerox History Timeline

We at Xerox have been working in the document management industry for over a century. In that time, we've brought you many of the office items you take for granted at work every day. From the first xerographic image that was made in 1938 to our breakthroughs in home and business computing from the 1970s to today, we've been advancing business from day one.

View a decade from the lists below to see how Xerox has been defining the future of documents for over 100 years.

2020s

2022


June 23, 2022: The Professional Women’s Magazine announced the Best of the Best results for Top Employers and Top Supplier Diversity Programs.

Recognition Lists - Professional Woman’s Magazine | The Working Woman’s Magazine (professionalwomanmag.com)


June 22, 2022: Xerox Named a Sustainability Leader in the Print Industry by Quocirca.

Quocirca, a leading source for independent research, thought leadership, and actionable insight for the print industry, has named Xerox a sustainability leader in its Sustainability Trends 2022 report. The study focused on imaging equipment providers’ net-zero strategies, commitments, and sustainability services and solutions that enable innovation and growth while helping customers reduce their environmental impact. In the report, Quocirca noted that “Xerox fast-tracked its net-zero goal by ten years to 2040. Its sustainability roadmap covers its full value chain, focusing on improving processes, energy efficiency, and designing environmentally responsible products and clean technologies that extend beyond print.”


May 26, 2022: Xerox Recognized with EPA’s Highest Honor for Second Year in a Row.

For the second consecutive year, Xerox has been recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) as an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year. This prestigious accolade celebrates organizations that exhibit outstanding corporate energy management programs, an honor that sets Xerox’s energy management program apart from other corporations.


May 25, 2022: The Hispanic Network announced the Best of the Best results. Please add to the recognition section of the CSR Report that Xerox Corp. won Best of the Best Top Employers and Top Supplier Diversity Programs.

Recognition Lists - Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source (hnmagazine.com)


May 18, 2022: Xerox Once Again Named One of the ‘100 Best Corporate Citizens’.

Xerox was named one of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2022 by 3BL Media, which recognizes outstanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the 1,000 largest publicly-traded U.S. companies. Xerox ranked in the top 5 of the technology and hardware industry, with the likes of Apple, HP, and Cisco.


May 18, 2022: U.S. Veterans Magazine recognized Xerox as a winner of the Best of the Best Top Veteran Friendly- Companies and Top Supplier Diversity Programs.

Recognition Lists - US Veterans and Military Magazine | A US Veterans News Resource (usveteransmagazine.com)


April 20, 2022: The Black EOE Journal announced the Best of the Best results. Please add to the recognition section of the CSR Report that Xerox Corp. won Best of the Best Top Employers and Supplier Diversity Programs.

Recognition Lists - Black EOE Journal


February 10, 2022:  CDP celebrates Xerox as Supplier Engagement Leader for best-in-class sustainability efforts.

Annually, Xerox reports its company climate risk data to CDP, a nonprofit organization that runs the global disclosure system for investors, companies, cities, states, and regions to manage their environmental impacts. Xerox self-reports on a variety of critical topics, including greenhouse gas emissions, overall climate strategy and targets, governance processes, specific actions taken to reduce our own emissions, and engagement with our suppliers to drive down supply chain emissions. Only the top 8% of companies that submit their information achieve the prestigious Supplier Engagement Leader recognition, and Xerox is honored to have made the list for the second year in a row.


February 2, 2022:  Xerox Named to Fortune Magazine’s 2022 World’s Most Admired Company List.

Xerox was named one of Fortune magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” in 2022. This year, Xerox ranked eighth out of 15 companies in the Computers sector, moving up seven spots since 2020. Fortune, in collaboration with Korn Ferry, surveyed 3,750 executives, directors and analysts to identify and rank the honorees based on nine attributes related to financial performance and corporate reputation, as well as commitment to social responsibility and ability to attract talent.


January 14, 2022:  Xerox Named one of Corporate Knights’ 100 Most Sustainable Corporations for second year in a row.

Xerox’s deep-seated commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) has earned us a spot once again on Corporate Knights’ list of the 100 Most Sustainable Corporations in the World. This year, Xerox made the prestigious global list coming in at No. 26—a significant jump from last year’s rank of No. 70.


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2021


November 3, 2021:  Xerox Receives HRH The Prince of Wales’ Terra Carta Seal in Recognition of the Company’s Commitment to Creating a Sustainable Future.

Xerox Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: XRX) announced today it has been awarded the Terra Carta Seal. The inaugural 2021 Terra Carta Seal recognizes global companies that are driving innovation and demonstrating their commitment to creating genuinely sustainable markets and aligning with the ambitions of the Terra Carta recovery plan for Nature, People and Planet, which launched in January 2021.


October 29, 2021:  Xerox partners with the United Nations to deliver print technology services with eco-label certified devices for the COP26 conference.

The United Nations has selected Xerox to provide devices certified to meet internationally recognized security and product sustainability standards and onsite support to the COP26 conference, taking place in Glasgow, 31 Oct – 12 Nov 2021. Xerox are supporting the UN's essential print and copying services across the full conference campus, supporting all function events and country delegations from around the world. Xerox will also supply a team of onsite engineering support staff, from Glasgow and the surrounding areas.


September 15, 2021:  Xerox Awarded Inaugural Buyers Lab Pacesetter Award for Sustainability in Production Print.

Xerox emerged as the winner in the first-ever production sustainability study by Keypoint Intelligence (KPI), a leading independent provider of testing services and analytical information for the document imaging industry. The study included commercial, publishing, transactional, and photo application equipment manufacturing vendors. Xerox performed strongly in CO2 emission reduction, product upgradeability, de-inking capabilities, product labels, company vision, and environmental management.


May 18, 2021: The Xerox Color Campaign was recognized as a 2021 Webby Honoree in the Best Social Video Series Category.

The Webby Awards are given out for “excellence on the web” in the categories of Best Website, Best Mobile Campaigns and more. Earning the distinction of Webby Honoree, as recognized by the International Academy of Digital Arts & Sciences, is a significant achievement—granted to only the top 20% of the nearly 13,500 projects entered in the 25th Annual Webby Awards. Xerox was recognized alongside Facebook X, Showtime, Comedy Central and MTV.


May 18, 2021: Xerox is ranked No. 20 overall and No. 3 in the Technology, Hardware & Equipment industry on the "100 Best Corporate Citizens" listing by 3BL Media.

The ranking recognizes leading environmental, social and governance (ESG) transparency and performance of the largest 1,000 U.S. public companies. Since 2009, only 22 companies have made the ranking each year including Xerox. Xerox ranked No. 20 on 2020 listing.


April 13, 2021: For the first time, Xerox has been named an ENERGY STAR® Partner of the Year which is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) and U.S. Department of Energy’s premier recognition for its energy efficiency program.

As one of the charter partners of the ENERGY STAR program, Xerox helped the EPA create the program’s standards and still works with the agency today. Since 1993, more than 500 Xerox products have achieved ENERGY STAR registration.


March 30, 2021: Xerox wins the Gold Tier Award for the Sustainable Materials Management Electronics Award Challenge.

This is the fourth consecutive year for Gold Tier award status (2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020. The program began in 2014).


March 25, 2021: For the fourth time in the past five years, Xerox's Global Partner Program has been awarded the 5-star rating in CRN's 2021 Partner Program Guide.

This 5-star rating is awarded to companies that offer solution providers the best of the best, going above and beyond in their partner programs.


March 3, 2021: Xerox is the sole winner of the Buyers Lab (BLI) 2021-2022 PaceSetter Award for MFP App Ecosystem.

Xerox is leading the way in MFP Apps with its:

  • Overall Workplace Assistant strategy and execution since launch

  • The widest range of devices that can run Apps in the industry (VL/AL/PL)

  • Xerox developer community breadth - EIP developers & PAB network

  • Catalog of Sector specific apps

  • App purchasing model (App Gallery)


Feb. 8, 2021: Xerox Chief Commercial, SMB and Channels Officer Joanne Collins Smee was chosen by the CRN editorial staff to receive the 2021 Channel Chief Award for outstanding leadership.

The 2021 Channel Chiefs are prominent leaders who have influenced the IT channel with cutting-edge strategies, programs and partnerships. All honorees are selected by CRN’s editorial staff based on their dedication, industry prestige, and exceptional accomplishments as channel advocates.


Jan. 28, 2021: Xerox has been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality” .

In the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s 2021 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) report. Xerox has earned a 100% score for 19 years, every year since the inception of the report, further demonstrating its long history and commitment to diversity. Employers earning top ratings took concrete steps to ensure greater equity for LGBTQ workers and their families in the form of comprehensive policies, benefits and practices.


Jan. 25, 2021: Xerox is named as one of the "World's 100 Most Sustainable Corporations" by Corporate Knights.

The 17th annual ranking is a rigorous assessment of 8,080 companies with more than $1 billion in revenues. Global 100 companies earn 41% of their revenues from products or services aligned with the UN Sustainable Development Goals, compared to just 8% for their peers.


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2020

Dec. 7, 2020: Xerox is ranked No. 93 on Newsweek's list of "America's Most Responsible Companies 2021," up from 179 in 2020.

The ranking highlights 399 companies across dozens of industries. The criteria include Xerox's support for diversity, such as our commitment to increasing the number of women and ethnic minorities in our workforce.


Dec. 4, 2020: Xerox is named as a 2021 Top Employer in the Greater Toronto Area.

This regional competition determines the front-running employers in the greater Toronto area. Winners are evaluated on: (1) physical workplace; (2) work atmosphere and social; (3) health, financial and family benefits; (4) vacation and time-off; (5) employee communications; (6) performance management; (7) training and skills development; and (8) community involvement. Xerox has been on the list for six years: 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2016, 2015.


Nov. 19. 2020: Xerox wins Buyers Lab 2021 Software Line of the Year Award.

The award recognizes the vendor that offers the most complete software portfolio across the range of document imaging solutions categories that the company covers on its bliQ subscription service. Xerox had the strongest lineup overall in three of the six categories studied: MFP Apps & Connectors, Capture & Workflow, and Fleet Management & MPS Tools. In MFP Apps & Connectors, Xerox has a catalog of approximately 125 apps to extend the functionality of Xerox ConnectKey VersaLink and AltaLink MFPs, plus many more private apps that have been built by partners for Xerox customers that are not reflected in that tally. In Capture & Workflow, the Xerox Workflow Automation Solution family stood out, with more than 40 specialized applications for needs ranging from Recruiting and HR Onboarding to Loan Application Processing to Student Billing and Advising.


Nov. 19. 2020: Xerox wins BLI 2021-2022 PaceSetter in Hybrid Workplace, citing DocuShare Go, Xerox Workplace Cloud, VersaLink devices, ConnectKey apps, Team Availability App and Digital Mailroom.


Nov. 19. 2020: Xerox wins BLI 2021 Document Imaging Software Pick and Outstanding Achievement Award for Outstanding Home & Office Hybrid Print Solution Category (Workplace Cloud).


Nov. 19. 2020: Xerox wins BLI 2021 Document Imaging Software Pick and Outstanding Achievement Awards for Outstanding Achievement in Innovation category (Team Availability App).


Nov. 19. 2020: Xerox wins BLI 2021 Document Imaging Software Pick and Outstanding Achievement Awards for Outstanding Cloud Document Automation Platform (DocuShare Flex).


Oct. 23, 2020: Xerox wins diversity awards that include:

  • “2020 Fall Best of the Best” Top Supplier Diversity Programs from Hispanic Network Magazine

  • “2020 Fall Best of the Best” Top Supplier Diversity Programs from Professional Woman’s Magazine

  • “2020 Best of the Best” Top Veteran-Friendly Companies and Top Supplier Diversity Programs from U.S. Veterans Magazine

  • “2020 Summer Best of the Best” Top Employers and Top Supplier Diversity Programs from Black EOE Journal


Oct. 12, 2020: In recognition of Xerox’s ability to create long-term shareholder value, the company has been ranked in the top 20 on the Wall Street Journal's "100 Most Sustainably Managed Companies in the World" listing.

The Wall Street Journal’s environment, social and governance research analysts assessed more than 5,500 publicly traded businesses reviewing each company's sustainability metrics including environment, human capital (internal employee and workplace issues), social capital (external social and product issues), and business model and innovation.


Oct. 5, 2020: : Xerox wins BLI 2021 Outstanding Innovation award in Production Print for Adaptive CMYK+ Kits.


Oct. 5, 2020: : Xerox's Health records Automation wins the Health Tech Digital Awards 2020 for the category: "Best Innovation Project of the Year".


Sept. 10, 2020: Two Keypoint Intelligence’s Buyers Lab PaceSetter Awards for Managed Print Services and Business Process Services are awarded to Xerox.

Keypoint highlighted Xerox’s dedication to helping organizations as diverse as small businesses and as large as Fortune 500 enterprises to optimize their print and document infrastructure. Keypoint also noted Xerox was one of the only vendors to articulate a vision for serving the “new normal” work environment. For Business Process Services, Keypoint noted the powerful combination of Xerox’s Intelligent Workplace Services with all the digital services that make work easier on businesses and their employees.


July 30, 2020: Xerox is recognized for its industry-leading sustainability efforts by FTSE Russell's FTSE4Good Index Series.

The program assesses and scores corporations based on their climate change mitigation efforts, waste reduction, and corporate governance.


July 16, 2020: Xerox has been named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2020 by Mediacorp Canada.

This is the fourth year Xerox has been recognized. Now in its 13th year, Canada's Greenest Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes employers that lead the nation in creating a culture of environmental awareness. Winning employers are evaluated using four main criteria: (1) unique environmental initiatives or programs they have developed; (2) whether they have been successful in reducing their own environmental footprint; (3) whether their employees are involved in these programs and contribute unique skills; and (4) whether their environmental initiatives have become linked to the employer's public identity, attracting new employees or customers.


July 15, 2020: Tracey Koziol is named one of the most influential women in technology 2020 by Analytics Insight.


May 19, 2020: Xerox named for the first time as one of Working Mother Magazine's 2020 Best Company for Multicultural Women.

This list recognizes companies that increasingly train their recruiters, hiring managers, HR departments and executives to understand bias and make their workplaces inclusive.


May 11, 2020: Joanne Collins Smee, chief commercial, SMB and channels officer, was recognized by CRN with its prestigious 2020 Women of the Channel award.

The Women of the Channel award honors women who have helped accelerate channel growth through mutually beneficial partnerships, leadership, strategic vision, and unique contributions.


April 1, 2020: Xerox Recognized for Global Partner Program. Xerox’s robust partner program has earned top marks in The Channel Company’s 2020 Global Partner Program Guide.

Our program received a five-star rating, which is awarded to an elite group of companies that offer the best in channel partner programs.


March 18, 2020: Xerox is ranked No. 20 on the "100 Best Corporate Citizens" listing by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.

Recognizing leading environmental, social and governance (ESG) transparency and performance amongst the 1,000 largest U.S. public companies. Since 2009, only 22 companies have made the ranking each year including Xerox.


March 3, 2020: Xerox is listed as No. 82 on the Reputation Institute's 10th annual Global RepTrak 100, a study measuring the reputation of top companies globally.

The study was conducted between December 2019 and January 2020 and considered 80,540 individual responses from an informed general public across the world’s 15 largest economies: Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, South Korea, Spain, the U.K., and the U.S. All 153 companies measured have a global footprint and annual revenue of at least $2 billion. RepTrak quantifies reputation using a 0-100 scale and tracks how a company is perceived across seven reputation drivers: Products and Services, Innovation, Workplace, Governance, Citizenship, Leadership and Financial Performance.


Feb. 7, 2020: Xerox is ranked No. 62 on Barron’s 3rd annual 2020 "100 Most Sustainable Companies" listing.

Xerox was No. 70 on the 2019 ranking. Barron’s uses Calvert Research and Management for the survey, taking the 1,000 largest publicly traded companies by market value, then ranked each by how they performed for five key constituencies: shareholders, employees, customers, community, and the planet.


Jan. 21, 2020: Fortune has ranked Xerox on its 2020 Most Admired List.

Xerox was named one of the most admired companies in the computer industry in Fortune magazine’s annual reputation survey.


Jan. 21, 2020: Xerox has again been recognized as one of the “Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality” in the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s 2020 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) report.

Xerox has earned a 100% score for 18 years, every year since the inception of the report, further demonstrating our long history and commitment to diversity. The CEI report is the premier national benchmarking tool that assess LGBTQ-inclusive workplace policies and practices. Employers earning top ratings took concrete steps to ensure greater equity for LGBTQ workers and their families in the form of comprehensive policies, benefits and practices.

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2019


Dec. 20, 2019: Xerox received a Gold Tier Award for the responsible management of electronic waste at the 2019 Sustainable Materials Management (SMM) Electronics Challenge Awards Ceremony

Hosted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The SMM Electronics Challenge is the EPA’s annual awards ceremony recognizing participants for their commitment to sustainable materials management and responsible recycling, honoring those companies who, in the U.S., voluntarily engage in recycling programs.


Dec. 3, 2019: At the inaugural UiPath Automation Excellence Awards held in Bangalore, India, Xerox captured the award for best project in Non-Finance Telecom, Technology and Media companies.

UiPath is a leading Robotic Process Automation (RPA) vendor, which provides a complete software platform to help organizations efficiently automate business processes. These inaugural awards honored companies across different areas that have most successfully implemented the UiPath platform. In addition to the award Xerox won in the Technology & Media category and nominated for awards in Most Innovative Implementation and Best Competency Building.


Nov. 20, 2019: Xerox named a top employer in Canada for 2020 by Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Mediacorp Canada Inc.

This award is Canada’s leading best employers award, and is a national competition to determine which employers are front-runners in their industries in offering exceptional workplaces for their employees. Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using select criteria, including physical workplace, work atmosphere and social engagement, employee communications, and community involvement.


Nov. 15, 2019: Xerox Chief Commercial Officer Joanne Collins Smee is named a ‘Moves Power Woman 2019’ by New York Moves Magazine

Award recipients lead by example, are accommodating and flexible by nature, yet strong and immovable on points of principle; always determined but never unaware of circumstance.


Nov. 12, 2019: On the 2020 Most JUST Companies list Xerox is No. 189 on the overall list of 922 and No. 7 out of 38 in the Commercial Support Services industry.

Overall score of 56.3. Highlights for Xerox in the Commercial Support Services Industry:

  • No. 1 out of 38 for Communities

  • No. 2 out of 38 for Environment

  • No. 3 out of 38 for Customers

  • No. 5 out of 38 for Shareholders


Nov. 18, 2019: The Xerox Baltoro HF won gold in the Technology division with the “Most Progressive Printing Process, Production Inkjet” at the 14th Annual Canadian Printing Awards.


Oct. 2, 2019: A RED HOT Technology Vanguard Pioneer Award was given to the Xerox Baltoro HF Inkjet Press at the Print 19 trade show.

In addition, the Xerox Adaptive CMYK Plus Technology for the C60/C70 Printer also won a RED HOT Technology Award in the product category.


Sept. 16, 2019: LATINA Style Magazine named Xerox among the 50 best companies for Latinas.

Xerox and its programs are highlighted in the LATINA Style 50 report, a respected analysis of corporate America’s efforts to promote diversity and provide career advancement opportunities for Hispanic-Latinos in the workplace. LATINA Style gave Xerox top marks for its commitment to diversity programs that recruit and retain Latinas, women, veterans and military personnel, and increase the number of Latina employees at the company. The magazine is endorsed and was created with the assistance of the U.S. Department of Labor, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, women and national Hispanic organizations.


Sept. 16, 2019: Xerox is No. 29 on the 2019 global “Top 100 Most Diverse & Inclusive Companies” Refinitiv Diversity & Inclusion Index.

The Index ranks over 7,000 companies globally and identifies the top 100 publicly traded companies with the most diverse and inclusive workplaces.


July 30, 2019: Xerox included on the Diversity Best Practices (DBP) Inclusion Index, a division of Working Mother Media.

The index measures diversity practices in employee recruiting, retention and career advancement, overall company culture, and demographics and transparency. Xerox was one of only 80 companies to achieve a 60% or higher rating.


June 14, 2019: Newsweek named DocuShare and Managed Print Services to the 2019 list of Best Business Tools.

The nationwide survey named Xerox among the top 10 Document Management Software (DMS) providers, and in an even shorter list of Enterprise Content Management (EMC) providers. Xerox DocuShare was also recognized as a Gen Z favorite with the highest score among the Gen Z users surveyed. Xerox Managed Print Services also ranked among the best in its category. Newsweek and Statista Inc., a globally recognized data research company, surveyed more than 10,000 professional users and 1,500 Gen Z users, the latest generation graduating from college and entering the workforce, to name the top providers of business software and software services in 54 categories.


June 7, 2019: Xerox ranked as a 2019 “Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work" by DiversityMBA, a national leadership organization integrating diversity and inclusion with talent management.

Diversity MBA’s survey showcases companies that make a strategic effort to implement intentional strategies for women and managers of diverse backgrounds to advance to leadership roles. The development of emerging leaders is a focus for this year’s survey, as well as how impactful companies are sustaining inclusive cultures.


June 6, 2019: Xerox wins the Managed Service Provider (MSP) Innovation Best Practice Award from Channel Partner Insights for the company's MPS Accreditation program.


May 15, 2019: For the 11th consecutive year, Xerox is named in the 100 Best Corporate Citizens list by Corporate Responsibility Magazine, a leading voice on corporate responsibility.

The list recognizes the standout environmental, social and governance (ESG) performance among the 1,000 largest U.S. public companies. Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranks companies in seven categories: climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights, and stakeholders and society. Xerox and the other companies making the list are recognized for their commitment, transparency, and tackling ESG challenges head-on.


April 15, 2019: Xerox has been named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2019 by MediaCorp Canada

This is the third year Xerox has been recognized, scoring top marks for commitment to creating environmentally-friendly products and solutions that generate less waste for employees and clients. Canada’s Greenest Employers are recognized annually for their leadership in creating environmental awareness through exceptional earth-friendly initiatives that help attract people and talent to their company because of their environmental leadership.


March 28, 2019: Xerox has been recognized as one of the "Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality"

Xerox has earned a 100% score for 17 years, every year since the inception of the report, further demonstrating our long history and commitment to diversity. The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) Foundation’s 2019 Corporate Equality Index (CEI) report is the premier national benchmarking tool that assess LGBTQ-inclusive workplace policies and practices. Employers earning top ratings took concrete steps to ensure greater equity for LGBTQ workers and their families in the form of comprehensive policies, benefits and practices.".


March 16, 2019: Xerox is ranked No. 70 on Reputation Institute's Gobal RepTrak 100.

The global survey reveals how stakeholders perceive companies and how those perceptions affect purchasing behavior.


March 7, 2019: Xerox is ranked No. 70 on the Forbes list of the "World’s Most Reputable Companies" up from No. 73 in 2018.

The ranking highlights the top 100 most reputable companies based on a survey by Reputation Institute of more than 230,000 people in 15 countries from January to February 2019. Companies considered typically have revenue in excess of $50 billion, a presence in all surveyed countries and brand familiarity with at least 40% of the general population.


March 2, 2019: Xerox's Chief Human Resources Officer Suzan Morno-Wade and Chief Information Security Officer Chief Dr. Alissa Abdullah Receive Black Enterprise “Most Powerful Women in Corporate America” award

The editorial team of Black Enterprise develops the list of women and chooses women whom are among a select group of corporate leaders who continue to shatter the perpetual glass ceiling and manage significant lines of business or serve as representatives on the executive leadership teams of the top 1,000 publicly traded U.S. corporations. They also contribute to the development of the business, operational and financial policies and strategies of their companies holding C-suite positions with global responsibilities.


February 8, 2019: Xerox is ranked No. 70 on Barron’s 2nd annual 2019 "100 Most Sustainable Companies" listing

Xerox was No. 83 on the first annual 2018 list. Barron’s uses Calvert Research and Management for the survey and reviews the 1,000 largest publicly held companies by market value, with headquarters in the U.S., as of Dec. 31. Calvert looked at 300 performance indicators for each company from data providers including Institutional Shareholder Services, Sustainalytics, and Thomson Reuters Asset4 in five categories: shareholders, employees, customers, planet, and community.


January 18, 2019: Xerox Canada is a Top 2019 Employer for Young People

MediaCorp Canada recognized the employers that offer the nation's best workplaces and programs for young people just starting their careers. The employers on this list are Canada's leaders in attracting and retaining younger employees to their organizations.


January 7, 2019: Xerox Duplex Portable Scanner received Better Buys 2019 Innovative Product of the Year Award in the scanners category

Each product is individually evaluated and compared against the competition on a range of criteria, including: Unique Features, Value to the customer and Price.


January 1, 2019: Xerox Canada is a Top 100 2019 Employer

This is Canada’s leading best employer’s award given out by MediaCorp Canada. It is a national competition to determine which employers are front-runners in their industries in offering exceptional workplaces for their employees.


January 1, 2019: Xerox Canada is a Top 2019 Employer in the Greater Toronto Area

This is regional MediaCorp Canada competition to determine front-running employers in the Greater Toronto Area.


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2018


December 21, 2018: Xerox is included again on BLACK ENTERPRISE’s 2018 Best Companies for Diversity list.

This is a roster of corporations that have demonstrated best practices through their diverse representation within their employee base, senior management ranks, corporate boards, and supplier pools.


December 10, 2018: For the second year in a row Xerox’s Global Partner Program has won the Channelnomics 2018 Innovation Award.

The Channelnomics Innovation Awards (CIAs) recognize channel players across North America who bring innovation, forward thinking and excitement to the channel. The awards recognize achievements by solution providers, distributors and vendors in 30 categories and are based solely on innovation and achievement in the North American channel over the past year.


December 10, 2018: Xerox named one of America’s 2018 Most JUST Companies.

This is Xerox’s second year on the list for outperforming peers on issues including worker pay and treatment, job creation, community involvement and providing products that improve life and do not harm the environment, according to Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that ranks the largest publicly-traded corporations in the United States on the issues Americans care about most.


December 7, 2018: Xerox is named one of the Top Employers for the Greater Toronto Area for 2019 by Canada’s Top 100 Employers.

In its 13th year, the Greater Toronto's Top Employers competition is an editorial project that recognizes employers with exceptional HR programs and forward-thinking workplace policies. Editors at Mediacorp grade employers on eight criteria: (1) Physical Workplace; (2) Work Atmosphere & Social; (3) Health, Financial & Family Benefits; (4) Vacation & Time-Off; (5) Employee Communications; (6) Performance Management; (7) Training & Skills Development; and (8) Community Involvement.


November 28, 2018: Xerox wins Buyers Lab’s coveted 2019 Document Imaging Software Line of the Year award.

This annual award recognizes the vendor that offers the most complete software portfolio across the range of document imaging solutions categories that Buyers Lab covers on its bliQ subscription service.


November 20, 2018: Xerox's Workplace Suite receives the 2019 Pick Award for Outstanding Job Management & Mobile Print Solution.


November 14, 2018: Xerox Spain is ranked for the third consecutive year as one of the top companies in Spain for actively promoting diversity and gender equality.

This prestigious diversity recognition is given by the human resources consulting firm INTRAMA, which chooses the top 30 organizations who are the best example of how enabling a diverse and innovative workforce drives business results and a better working environment. Xerox is in good company this year along with Accenture, Santander, Indra, P&G, SAP, Vodafone, Coca-Cola and others.


November 12, 2018: Xerox named a top employer in Canada for 2019 by Canada’s Top 100 Employers, Mediacorp Canada Inc.

This award is Canada’s leading best employers award and is a national competition to determine which employers are front-runners in their industries in offering exceptional workplaces for their employees. Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using select criteria, including physical workplace, work atmosphere and social engagement, employee communications, and community involvement. Employers are compared to other organizations in their field to determine which offers the most progressive and forward-thinking programs.


November 8, 2018: The Xerox Iridesse Production Press named top 'Most Progressive Printing Technology: Digital' by the PrintAction Canadian Printing Awards.


October 30, 2018: Xerox India ranked for the first time as a "Top 100 Best Company for Women in India."

Xerox was specifically recognized by Working Mother and the AVTAR Group for its safety, security and work-life benefit programs.


October 16, 2018: Xerox received the McAfee OEM Innovator of the Year Award at the McAfee MPower Cybersecurity Summit

Xerox and McAfee's partnership in security provides customers with timely visibility to cyberthreats, centralized management and compliance with enterprise security policies.


September 26, 2018: Xerox with XMPie were RED HOT Technology honorees, receiving special recognition from the Association for Print Technologies as “must see” attractions at the Print 18 show.

Xerox’s four RED HOT Technology recognitions are:

  • Xerox Iridesse Production Press with Exclusive Color FLX

  • Xerox Iridesse Production Press Augmented Reality Demonstrations

  • Xerox FreeFlow® Core Iridesse Accelerator

  • Customized Envelope Feeder and Conveyor for the Xerox Versant® Family of Presses

XMPie’s three RED HOT Technology recognitions are:

  • XMPie Circle PersonalEffect Edition

  • XMPie Adobe Sign Integration

  • XMPie StoreFlow and MyVirtualCSR Integration


September 21, 2018: Xerox achieved a perfect 5.0 ranking in each of the FTSE4Good index environmental, social and governance categories.

For the overall environmental, social and goverance Xerox had a 96 out of 100.


September 13, 2018: The Xerox Security Summit honored as the “Best Security Event” in the inaugural Channelnomics Security Awards.

The Security Summit, a comprehensive day of presentations and panels, featured cybersecurity experts and drew more than 200 Xerox vendors, channel partners and customers. The Channelnomics award recognizes the value the Xerox event brought to the channel partner community, giving them insights into how a solid cybersecurity offering can help them differentiate in a crowded, competitive marketplace.


August 18, 2018: Xerox named best workgroup color printers on CRN’s 2018 Annual Report Card (ARC).

Xerox edged out HP in this category with overall score of 77.5. That included receiving the top scores in production innovation, support and managed print services. HP was close behind with a score of 76.5. The Annual Report Card details solution provider satisfaction across product innovation, support and partnership for the hardware, services and software vendors they team up with.


August 15, 2018: Xerox named among U.S. Veterans Magazine’s top places for veterans to work and recognized as a top supplier in diversity.


August 13, 2018: Xerox Mexicana recognized for the seventh consecutive year as a "Healthy Organization" by the Distinctive Healthy Organization's (ORS) stage 5, Modeling of conduct, granted by the Workplace Wellness Council-Mexico.


July 11, 2018: The Xerox Duplex Portable Scanner honored by Keypoint Intelligence as a Leading Scanner Makers in the Outstanding Mobile Scanner category.


July 11, 2018: The Xerox AltaLink C8030 and AltaLink C8035 devices each win a coveted BLI Summer 2018 Pick award in the Copier MFP category.

Picks acknowledge the products that gave the best performances in Buyers Lab’s extensive suite of lab tests in the previous six months.


June 27, 2018: Xerox ranked as a 2018 "Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work" by Diversity MBA

Diversity MBA’s survey showcases companies that make a strategic effort to implement intentional strategies for women and managers of diverse backgrounds to advance to leadership roles. The pipeline development of emerging leaders is a focus for this year’s survey, as well as how impactful companies are with sustaining inclusive cultures and talent retention. Xerox ranked No. 12.


June 19, 2018: Xerox is named to the Euronext Vigeo index: U.S. 50; the 50 most advanced technology companies in the United States.

The Euronext Vigeo index recognizes companies who do business in Europe for achieving the most advanced environmental, social and governance performances.


June 14, 2018: Xerox with partner Text 100 was recognized at PRSA Rochester’s annual PRism Awards event.

Awards were received in the Media Relations category with the "Corporate PRism Award for the Xerox Set The Page Free Launch" and in the Global Communications category with the "Corporate PRism Award for the Xerox ConnectKey Product Launch." The ConnectKey campaign also took home the coveted Best of Show award in the corporate category.


May 14, 2018: Internet Retailer has ranked North America's leading web merchants in the 2018 Top 500 Database and Analysis Report.

Xerox's overall top 500 ranking is No. 190 and No. 6 in the primary merchandise category of Office Supplies.


May 7, 2018: Xerox has been named to the “100 Best Corporate Citizens List” by Corporate Responsibility Magazine for the 10th consecutive year.

Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine recognized Xerox for its programs that work to nurture a greener world, create diverse and inclusive workplaces, and strong, viable communities where its employees and customers work and live. CR Magazine ranks companies in seven categories: environment; climate change; employee relations, human rights; corporate governance; financial performance; philanthropy and community support. According to the magazine, companies included on the list “deliver on their commitments to transparency and accountability in highly competitive industries.”


April 27, 2018: Xerox is among winners of Channelnomics MSP Awards 2018 by receiving “Highly Commended” honor in the Best MSP Partner Program category.


April 12, 2018: Xerox Wins Esteemed Design Award for WorkCentre 6515 Color MFP.

With its smart and simple design and all-new smartphone-like user interface (UI), the Xerox WorkCentre 6515 Color Multifunction Printer (MFP) has won a prestigious 2018 iF DESIGN AWARD from the International Forum Design GmbH. Winners of this coveted competition include brands such as Apple, BMW, Fitbit and Philips. Xerox’s award-winning look was developed by a global team of product designers from Xerox and Fuji Xerox in Japan. The WorkCentre 6515 won in the highly competitive Computer category with more than 6,400 entries from 54 countries, featuring printers, scanners, copiers, laptops, tablets and even robotics.


April 2, 2018: Xerox’s Global Partner Program has been named a 5-Star Award-Winning program as a part of CRN’s 2018 Partner Program Guide.

The 5-Star rating is given to programs whose overall rating is among the elite.


March 1, 2018: Xerox shortlisted for two 2018 Channel Middle East Awards in “Best Vendor Channel Program of the Year” and “Printing & Consumables Vendor of the Year.”


February 19, 2018: The Xerox Duplex Portable Scanner received Better Buys Editor’s Choice Award for first-quarter 2018 in the scanners category.

The Editor’s Choice Award is given out to a select group of office equipment products as a sign of excellence in quality, performance, and value.


February 15, 2018: Xerox recognized as a 2017 "2020 Women on Boards Winning 'W' Company" for the 7th consecutive year.

Xerox is one of 1151 companies to achieve having 20% or more of their board seats held by women.


February 12, 2018: Ethisphere Institute names Xerox as one of the 2018 World’s Most Ethical Companies in the Information Technology Services category.


February 8, 2018: LATINA Style magazine rates Xerox as one of the top 50 companies in 2017 for Latinas to work in the U.S.

Xerox was recognized for its efforts in promoting diversity and providing career advancement opportunities for Hispanic women. The annual LATINA Style 50 Report highlights each company's leadership programs, employee benefits and Latina representation in senior positions.


February 3, 2018: Xerox is No. 83 on Barron’s "100 Most Sustainable Companies" listing.

Barrons used Calvert Research and Management for the survey and they began by taking the 1,000 largest publicly held companies by market value, with headquarters in the U.S., as of Dec. 31. Calvert looked at 300 performance indicators for each company from data providers including Institutional Shareholder Services, Sustainalytics, and Thomson Reuters Asset4 in five categories: shareholders, employees, customers, planet, and community.


January 23, 2018: Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab awarded 13 Xerox print devices as "Winter 2018 Picks."

In addition, Xerox was named winner of BLI's prestigious "2018 Monochrome Printer and MFP Line of the Year" award. Best printers of Winter 2018: Copier MFP Winners * Xerox VersaLink B7025 — Outstanding 25-ppm Copier MFP * Xerox VersaLink B7035 — Outstanding 35-ppm Copier MFP * Xerox VersaLink C7020 — Outstanding 20-ppm Color Copier MFP * Xerox VersaLink C7025 — Outstanding 25-ppm Color Copier MFP * Xerox AltaLink C8045 — Outstanding 45-ppm Color Copier MFP * Xerox AltaLink C8055 — Outstanding 55-ppm Color Copier MFP * Xerox AltaLink C8070 — Outstanding 70-ppm Color Copier MFP Printer/MFP Winners: * Xerox VersaLink B600 Series — Outstanding Printer for Large Workgroups * Xerox VersaLink B605 Series — Outstanding Multifunction Printer for Large Workgroups * Xerox VersaLink C500 Series — Outstanding Color Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups * Xerox VersaLink C505 Series — Outstanding Color Multifunction Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups * Xerox VersaLink C600 Series — Outstanding Color Printer for Large Workgroups * Xerox VersaLink C7000 Series — Outstanding Tabloid Color Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups


January 19, 2018: Fortune Ranks Xerox on its 2018 Most Admired List.

Xerox was named one of the most admired companies in the computer industry in Fortune magazine’s annual reputation survey released. Xerox is ranked No. 3 behind overall leader Apple and ahead of other companies in the computer category such as Canon, HP and Ricoh.


January 17, 2018: Xerox was recognized among the world's most innovative companies in being named a "2018 Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Technology Leader."

Based on a proprietary methodology that holistically assesses organizations to determine those at the forefront of the tech industry, this recognition honors a selected group of companies that have demonstrated a commitment to leadership across eight pillars of performance: Financial, Management and Investor Confidence, Risk and Resilience, Legal Compliance, Innovation, People and Social Responsibility, Environmental Impact, and Reputation. The Top 100 Global Technology Leaders are those whose final scores across the pillars outshine over 5,000 other technology companies around the world.


January 15, 2018: Xerox included on Black Enterprise's annual listing of 50 Best Companies for Diversity.


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2017


December 12, 2017: Xerox was named one of America’s most JUST companies according to a survey conducted by Forbes and JUST Capital, a nonprofit that ranks the largest publicly traded corporations in the U.S. Xerox was recognized for outperforming its peers in a number of areas including worker pay and treatment, job creation, community involvement and providing products that improve life and do not harm the environment.

The JUST 100 rankings are based on one of the most comprehensive surveys ever conducted on public attitudes towards corporate behavior, involving 10,000 American respondents in 2017.


December 8, 2017: Xerox’s AltaLink devices are the first multifunction printers (MFPs) to be certified by the National Information Assurance Partnership (NIAP) under rigorous new testing standards.

The Xerox AltaLink devices received NIAP certification against the latest Common Criteria security protection profile for hardcopy devices. This new protection profile is based on the security requirements specified by United States and Japanese government agencies. NIAP is the U.S. government organization that ensures compliance with the global Common Criteria for Information Technology Security Evaluation.


December 6, 2017: Xerox is included on BLACK ENTERPRISE’s 2017 Best Companies for Diversity list.

This is a roster of corporations that have demonstrated best practices through their diverse representation within their employee base, senior management ranks, corporate boards, and supplier pools.


December 6, 2017: Xerox AltaLink C8055 Color MFP is the overall winner in the printers category in CRN's 2017 Products of the Year listing.

CRN highlights its simple installation, mobile and cloud connectivity, and security.


November 30, 2017: Xerox ranked No. 95 among "500 companies against corruption” by Mexico publication Revista Expansión.

The evaluation focused on the public commitment of companies in favor of integrity policies, not compliance.


November 29, 2017: Xerox is winner of Channelnomics Innovation Award for Global Partner Program of the Year.

Companies are recognized across North America that bring innovation, forward thinking and excitement to the channel. There are about 30 categories recognizing achievements for solution providers, distributors and vendors.


November 28, 2017: Xerox App Gallery named “Outstanding MFP App Ecosystem” by Keypoint Intelligence - Buyers Lab (BLI) in the Document Imaging Software category.

This honor recognizes the most impressive solutions evaluated by BLI during the prior 12-month test cycle. The Xerox App Gallery offers a strong collection of apps for streamlining business processes, improving end user productivity, reducing costs, and boosting security. Beyond that, Xerox is recruiting its partners to develop apps to offer in the App Gallery marketplace or through direct channels, which means there is a broader community actively developing apps to address customers’ challenges. All this development activity means customers can add new features and functionalities compatible with Xerox ConnectKey-enabled devices.


November 14, 2017: Xerox ranked in the top 25 percent as No. 72 on the 2018 B2B E-Commerce 300 listing by B2BecNews.

Companies are ranked by their 2017 B2B e-commerce Web sales only.


November 14, 2017: Xerox was awarded the 2017 Sustainability Partner award from Citigroup Inc.

Xerox was recognized for the company’s success in delivering global managed print services (MPS). The Citi Supplier Awards recognize partners that help Citi with meaningful successes, best-in-class efforts, and high levels of performance and excellence that exemplify Citi’s values, mission and principles and enhance its diversity and ethical, social and environmental impacts.


November 9, 2017: Xerox is among 13 Connecticut companies that earned a top score of 100 in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's 2018 Corporate Equality Index, a measure that assesses diversity and inclusion for LGBTQ workers.


November 9, 2017: Xerox CEO Jeff Jacobson received the 2017 Achievement Award for Industry Leadership

University at Buffalo’s School of Management honored Jeff for being at the forefront of his industry and exemplary career.


October 25, 2017: The Xerox Global Security Services group has been selected as a recipient of the sixth annual CSO50 Awards

Xerox was recognized for its efforts to make information security an integral part of communicating with employees, partners and stakeholders. Two Xerox information projects, “Changing Team Culture using QwikSolver®”, and “Xerox Enterprise Cyber Threat Management Portal,” were recognized as security initiatives that demonstrate outstanding business value and thought leadership. The awards will be presented at the CSO 50 Conference + Awards in February 2018.


October 23, 2017: Xerox's Chief HR Officer Darrell Ford, Chief Commercial Officer Kevin Warren and Chief Information Security Officer Alissa Johnson were named to BLACK ENTERPRISE’s 2017 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America

This is BLACK ENTERPRISE’s exclusive listing of the highest ranking African American executives in the nation’s 1,000 largest publicly traded companies and 100 international companies with significant U.S. operations. This honor identifies executives who are vital to the management of major corporations as members of their senior leadership team and other key positions as well as demonstrates Xerox's leadership related to excellence and inclusion at the highest levels.


October 9, 2017: Xerox DocuMate 6460 and 6480 Scanners recognized by Better Buys

The products were awarded with an Editor’s Choice Award for the fourth-quarter 2017 in the scanners category.


October 6, 2017: Xerox was ranked No. 18 on Mogul.com's "Top 100 Innovator for Diversity & Inclusion in 2017" list.

The Top 100 were determined through weighted scoring, taking into account minority representation in top leadership roles, support and resources for employees, and social contribution. Xerox was noted for have five women serving currently as Corporate Officers, and fifty-one percent of Xerox’s employees are female. Also for giving out over 100 scholarships to minority students interested in STEM and actively recruits veterans through taking part in various government initiatives such as the White House Joining Forces Initiative.


September 30, 2017: Xerox Mexico ranked on Expansión magazine’s listing of companies with the highest index of inclusion in Mexico

Xerox Mexicana was positioned at No. 21 though having a greater percentage in incentivizing and promoting its personnel in different activities, and in levels of communication between workers and hierarchies.


September 18, 2017: Xerox WorkCentre 6515/DNI named among 3 Best Laser Color Printers of 2017 by Facts Chronicle.


September 11, 2017: Xerox awarded the BLI Production Printer PRO Award 2018 for the Versant 180 Press with Fiery EX 180 EFI Printer Server n the Outstanding Color Light Production Device category.

This award is granted annually, these awards acknowledge the products that gave the best performances in BLI’s rigorous production field tests over the previous year.


September 7, 2017: Latina Style magazine listed Xerox as No. 33 on their "Top 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work for in the U.S" listing which is an annual evaluation of over 800 corporations.

Xerox was No. 27 on 2016 list. This publication is recognized as one of the most respected source of employment and career information for Hispanic women in the country.


August 25, 2017: Xerox is named a 2017 Silver award winner in the digital printing category by Sappi.

Since 1999, Sappi’s, a global wood pulp and paper company, has been honoring print shops annually. Xerox was honored for its outstanding color printing with the iGen and is the only OEM to be honored.


August 21, 2017: Xerox named among Alliance Franchise Brands' "Suppliers of the Year."

Alliance Franchise Brands LLC recently selected its Suppliers of the Year during the company’s Marketing & Print Division’s Homecoming event in Detroit. Xerox was named the leading technology partner.


August 17, 2017: Xerox was included in the 2017 State Street Global Advisors’ (SSGA) Gender Diversity Index.

The index is comprised of US large capitalization companies that achieve the highest levels within their sectors of gender diversity on their boards of directors and in their senior leadership. More than 3,500 companies were contacted by SSGA. Xerox was also included in their 2016 index.


August 17, 2017: Xerox is this year’s winner in Workgroup Color Printers and is also sweeping the technology category in CRN's 2017 Annual Report Card Awards.


August 15, 2017: Xerox was recognized by U.S. Veterans Magazine as a Top Veteran-Friendly company in the “Best of the Best” lists in the summer print and digital issues.


August 13, 2017: Xerox ranked No. 6 on Diversity MBA Magazine's 11th annual listing of “Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work”.

Xerox was No. 5 in 2016 and No. 14 in 2015.


August 1, 2017:Xerox takes home a Reader’s Choice Award from Channel Pro Network for “Best Managed Print Vendor.”


July 20, 2017: Xerox received the BLI PaceSetter in Mobile Print 2017-2018 award.

These awards recognize the manufacturers that offer the most impressive portfolios of devices and solutions to serve the mobile printing needs of their customers based on research conducted for the North American market in mid-2017.


July 20, 2017: Xerox received the BLI PaceSetter in Document Imaging Security 2017–2018 award.

This is the first-ever BLI PaceSetter awards for Document Imaging Security based on research conducted for the North American market in mid-2017.


July 20, 2017: Xerox received the BLI PaceSetter in MFP Platforms & App Ecosystems 2017–2018 award.

This award recognizes the document imaging OEMs that offer the most robust device-centric software platforms, along with the most impressive portfolios of associated apps, to help customers get the most from their equipment investment. Research conducted for the North American market in mid-2017.


July 17, 2017: Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab awarded four Xerox printer and multifunction printer (MFP) lines in its Summer Pick Awards.

  • The Xerox VersaLink B400 was named “Outstanding Multifunction Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” because of its support for mobile printing, ConnectKey apps and impressive feature set, including flexible media handling.

  • The Xerox VersaLink C400 series was named “Outstanding Color Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” due to its access to ConnectKey apps that streamline workflows and add functionality.

  • The Xerox VersaLink C405 series received “Outstanding Color Multifunction Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” based on its highly intuitive touchscreen panel that simplifies walk-up activity and access to time- and money-saving ConnectKey apps.

  • The Xerox WorkCentre 6515 series won “Outstanding Color Multifunction Printer for Small Workgroups” for its easy-to-use touchscreen panel and high-quality, professional-looking output.


June 28, 2017: Keypoint Intelligence – Buyers Lab awarded four Xerox printer and multifunction printer (MFP) lines in its Summer Pick Awards.

The Xerox VersaLink B400 was named “Outstanding Multifunction Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” because of its support for mobile printing, ConnectKey apps and impressive feature set, including flexible media handling.

  • The Xerox VersaLink C400 series was named “Outstanding Color Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” due to its access to ConnectKey apps that streamline workflows and add functionality.

  • The Xerox VersaLink C405 series received “Outstanding Color Multifunction Printer for Mid-Size Workgroups” based on its highly intuitive touchscreen panel that simplifies walk-up activity and access to time- and money-saving ConnectKey apps.

  • The Xerox WorkCentre 6515 series won “Outstanding Color Multifunction Printer for Small Workgroups” for its easy-to-use touchscreen panel and high-quality, professional-looking output.


June 28, 2017: BLI awards Visioneer the Summer 2017 Pick and Outstanding Achievement awards in the scanner category for their Visioneer Active Reversing Rollers Technology.

Awarded twice annually, Picks acknowledge the products that gave the best performances in BLI’s extensive suite of lab tests in the previous six months, while BLI’s Outstanding Achievement awards recognize products that stand out for a breakthrough in technology, a unique feature, or other noteworthy innovation.


June 16, 2017: Xerox ranked No. 7 on Diversity MBA Magazine's 11th annual listing of “Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work”

Xerox was also recognized in their 2017 "Top 10 Best in Class Categories for: Recruitment, Representation, Board Diversity and Accountability." Xerox ranked No. 5 on 2015 list and No. 14 in 2014.


June 7, 2017: Xerox ranked No. 162 on Fortune 500 list for 2017.

Xerox has been on the list 23 years and ranked No. 150 in 2016.


June 6, 2017: Xerox named to the “100 Best Corporate Citizens List” by Corporate Responsibility Magazine

For the ninth consecutive year, Xerox has been named to the “100 Best Corporate Citizens List” by Corporate Responsibility Magazine. Corporate Responsibility (CR) Magazine recognized Xerox for its programs that work to nurture a greener world, create diverse and inclusive workplaces, and strong, viable communities where its employees and customers work and live. CR Magazine ranks companies in seven categories: environment; climate change; employee relations, human rights; corporate governance; financial performance; philanthropy and community support. According to the magazine, companies included on the list “deliver on their commitments to transparency and accountability in highly competitive industries.


June 5, 2017: Xerox is ranked No. 17 for its managed print services on CRN.com's slideshow of the top 100 solution provider companies for its 2017 Solution Provider 500 list.

This is CRN's annual ranking of the largest solution providers by revenue in North America.


May 25, 2017: Xerox Rated Top Manufacturer in Sustainability Performance

EcoVadis has awarded Xerox their gold recognition level in sustainability performance for the eighth consecutive year. Xerox was ranked in the top one percent of all supplier categories, making it the leading manufacturer in the industry for sustainability; and in the top two per cent of suppliers in the category of ‘manufacturer of computers and peripheral equipment.’ Every year, 110 countries are surveyed across 150 business sectors on corporate policies; initiatives and achievements in areas concerning the environment; labor practices; fair business practices; and supply chain.


May 11, 2017: The Xerox Industry Analyst Relations group has won two of KCG’s Analyst Choice Awards: one for Xerox's multifunction printer program and the other for managed print services program. This is the third time since 2015 Xerox has been recognized by the consulting firm Knowledge Capital Group (KCG).

The awards are based upon the input of 200 industry analysts worldwide, including a significant proportion from Gartner. They rated Xerox (and our competitors) on five key effectiveness scores: 1) Access to Executives; 2) Quality and Availability of References; 3) Efficacy of Communications; 4) Responsiveness; 5) Overall Effectiveness.


April 4, 2017: Xerox honored with “Outstanding Value Channel” award by the Loma del Norte Group at Ingram Micro Mexico’s presentation of the 21st annual “Los Soles” awards.


March 13, 2017: Xerox has been recognized by the Ethisphere Institute as a 2017 World’s Most Ethical Company®.

Xerox is one of only 13 honorees that have been named to the list for all 11 years, underscoring the company’s commitment to leading ethical business standards and practices.


February 17, 2017: Xerox and Visioneer were awarded BLI’s Pick Awards

BLI awards these honors twice annually. Picks acknowledge the products that gave the best performances in BLI’s extensive suite of lab tests in the previous six months. these coveted honors recognize the devices that turned in the most impressive overall performances in BLI’s lab-based evaluations during the previous test cycle. Product honored:

  • Visioneer RoadWarrior 4D

    Outstanding Mobile Scanner for Business

  • Visioneer RoadWarrior X3

    Outstanding Budget Mobile Scanner

  • Xerox Duplex Travel Scanner

    Outstanding Mobile Scanner for Business


January 17, 2017: Better Buys names the Xerox WorkCentre 3335/3345 among the most Innovative Office Equipment Products of the Year in the category of black and white multifunction products.


January 11, 2017: Xerox inherits title as the Connecticut-based company producing the most U.S. patents in 2016, as tracked by IFI Claims Patent Services in its annual list of the top 1,000 filers.


January 11, 2017: Xerox inherits title as the Connecticut-based company producing the most U.S. patents in 2016, as tracked by IFI Claims Patent Services in its annual list of the top 1,000 filers.


January 10, 2017: For the fifth time since 2011, Xerox has been recognized as a 2016 Top 100 Global Innovator by Clarivate Analytics, formerly part of Thomson Reuters.

The honors for the most innovative corporations and institutions in the world are determined by analyzing proprietary data. The program was formerly known as the Thomson Reuters Top 100 Global Innovators.


January 1, 2017: Xerox is recipient of the Buyers Laboratory (BLI) 2017 Document Imaging Software Line of the Year award.

Given once a year, this award recognizes the vendor that offers the most complete and robust software portfolio across the range of document imaging application categories BLI covers on its bliQ subscription service. For the fourth year running, BLI ranked Xerpx above competitors for “an unmatched portfolio of both first-party and third-party software solutions.” Xerox DocuShare 7 also was named “Outstanding Document Management Solution,” Winter 2017.


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2016


December 31, 2016: Xerox Ecuador was named in a ComputerWorld market study as one of the most recognizable ICT brands according to the technological community in Ecuador.

Xerox Ecuador ranked first in two categories: Printers/Copiers and Document Management.


November 28, 2016: Xerox included in list of top 30 companies in DPS Magazine’s 2016 DPS READERS’ Choice Awards.

To create the Top 30, DPS editors track the companies that generated the most interest recorded by their reader information service, DPSmagdirect.com throughout the year.


November 14, 2016:The Xerox WorkCentre 3335/3345 has been awarded the Better Buys Editor's Choice Award for Q4 2016 in the black-and-white MFP category.


November 9, 2016: Latin Trade magazine named Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns, Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek, and Irina Maslennikova, Vice President and Regional Manager Xerox Latin America, to their annual "Top 50 Businesswomen in Latin America" list.


November 9, 2016: The Xerox Easy Translator Service won a 2016 CRN Enterprise App Award (“Appys”) in the productivity category.


October 31, 2016: Mexican publication Expansión CEO reports that Xerox is ranked as a company with one of the best Corporate Social Responsibility reputations in Mexico.


October 14, 2016: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns received the Irish Arts Center corporate Spirit of Ireland Award.


October 10, 2016: Xerox awarded a MUST SEE ‘EMS 2016 Legacy Award by Graph Expo show producers for our landmark Xerox DocuColor iGen3 Digital Production Press, circa 2002.

The Legacy Award honors a previous MUST SEE ‘EMS winner that has had a major and long-lasting impact on the graphic communications industry.


October 6, 2016: Xerox is No. 20 on FlexJobs’ list of the Top 250 Companies for Flexible Jobs.

The list is based on an analysis of more than 40,000 companies and their flexible job posting histories in the FlexJobs database between October 1, 2013, and October 1, 2016. A “flexible job” is defined as a professional-level job that has a telecommuting, flexible schedule, part-time, or freelance component.


September 25, 2016: Xerox awarded a MUST SEE ‘EMS 2016 Legacy Award by Graph Expo show producers for our landmark Xerox DocuColor iGen3 Digital Production Press, circa 2002.

The Legacy Award honors a previous MUST SEE ‘EMS winner that has had a major and long-lasting impact on the graphic communications industry.


September 19, 2016: Xerox was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index (DJSI World) for the first time and the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index for the third consecutive year.

In the categories of corporate code of conduct, corporate governance and environmental management and reporting, Xerox exceeded the average score of DJSI World Members. Xerox was one of nine companies in the IT and software services sector to make the DJSI industry list and scored higher than most of the other industry members on all DJSI dimensions (economic, environmental and social). Launched in 1999, the DJSI World is the gold standard for corporate sustainability and the first global index to track the leading sustainability-driven companies based on RobecoSAM’s analysis of financially relevant Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors and S&P DJI’s robust index methodology. RobecoSAM invited the world’s largest 3,400 companies from developed and emerging markets to take part in its annual Corporate Sustainability Assessment (CSA). Only 317 companies, including Xerox, have been chosen as the DJSI World constituents for the year 2015-16.


August 2, 2016: CRN.com names Jeff Jacobson among the top innovators of 2016 for hitting all the right notes as he demonstrates a continued commitment to R&D within the printing industry.


August 1, 2016: CRN.com highlights John Corley among the top 25 channel sales leaders of 2016 for his leadership as Xerox works to get partners a bigger piece of the pie.


July 28, 2016: Xerox garners two InterTech Technology Awards for 2016 from the Printing Industries of America (PIA).

Xerox received awards for the Xerox Color 800i/1000i Press Metallic Dry Inks and Xerox Versant 2100 Press with Ultra HD Image Quality. The InterTech Technology Award honors the development of technologies predicated to have a major impact on the graphic communications and related industries. 


July 15, 2016: Xerox has retained its position on the FTSE4Good index.

The FTSE4Good is designed to measure the performance of companies demonstrating strong Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) practices. As with all these indices, Xerox's accomplishment reflect both the ESG initiatives across the company as well as the combined efforts of the Xerox SMEs to provide strong responses to the survey.


July 15, 2016: Xerox is one of 18 for profit North American companies awarded the Ruderman Best In Business Award.

The award recognizes for-profit businesses that show exemplary practices in hiring, training and supporting people with disabilities.


July 15, 2016: Xerox has been named “Services Quality Supplier of the Year” by Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA).

This is based on the success of the automotive giant’s global managed print services (MPS) solution spanning more than 3,000 printers across 53 of FCA’s office and manufacturing facilities in the United States, Mexico and Canada—reducing print costs by 7.4 percent annually.


July 1, 2016: Xerox ConnectKey Technology platform and Xerox Easy Translator Service app. honored with BLI's Outstanding Achievement in Innovation Awards.


June 13, 2016: The Intelligent Transportation Society of America awarded Xerox the 2016 Best of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Award for Best Partnership Project in Infrastructure of Things category.

Xerox was honored for its partnership with Caltrans, the state agency that manages more than 50,000 miles of California highways and freeways. Caltrans recently piloted the Xerox Vehicle Passenger Detection System (VPDS), a HOV/HOT lane compliancy test system that uses video analytics to identify the number of occupants in a vehicle with 95 percent accuracy at speeds up to 100 mph.


June 8, 2016: Xerox ranked No. 5 on Diversity MBA Magazine's 10th annual listing of “Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work”.

Xerox ranked Nov. 14 on 2015 list.


June 6, 2016: Xerox ranked No. 150 on Fortune 500 list for 2016.

Xerox has been on the list 22 years and ranked No. 143 in 2015.


June 6, 2016: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns in listed as No. 34 on Forbes list of World’s 100 Most Powerful Women, No. 29 in 2015.


June 6, 2016: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns is listed as No. 8 on Forbes list of World’s Most Powerful Women in Tech 2016


June 1, 2016: Xerox received the EDP Award (European Digital Press Award) for best roll to cutsheet inkjet A4+ printer with the Xerox Rialto 900, during drupa 2016.



May 31, 2016: Xerox was honored for its commitment to veterans and diversity hiring by the Thayer Leadership Development Group.


May 30, 2016: Xerox Human Recourse Services was recognized by analyst firm HfS Research. Xerox was placed in the Winner's Circle category, their highest rating – the 2016 Human Resource Operations in the as-a-Service Economy Blueprint Report.


May 30, 2016: Xerox is No. 7 on the “2016 Healthcare Informatics 100,” the publication’s annual ranking of healthcare IT vendors.


May 1, 2016: Xerox / FX maintains a commanding share of market with a position of leadership in Managed Print and Document Services in IDC'S Worldwide and US Managed Print and Document Services and Basic Print Services Market Share report.


April 22, 2016: Xerox Canada named to Canada’s Greenest Employers annual list by Canada’s Top 100 Employers.

Canada’s Greenest Employers is a list of employers across the country that are creating a culture of environmental awareness by fostering earth-friendly initiatives and leadership. The selection committee evaluated employers through the programs they’ve developed, the extent to which they’ve reduced their organization’s footprint, the degree of employee engagement in the programs, and how much their initiatives have impacted the organization’s public identity and reputation.


April 21, 2016: Xerox ranked No. 7 on Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s 17th annual list of the “100 Best Corporate Citizens Corporate Responsibility."


April 13, 2016: Xerox won two "ACE" Awards in the categories for Best Corporate / Brand Website (over $200k category) — Xerox.com and Best Broadcast TV campaign — Work Can Work Better, as part of the 36th Annual Global ACE Awards.

The ACE awards are the longest running B-to-B award program honoring excellence in creativity. The New York Times calls the ACE Awards “one of the industry's best creative awards.” 2015 winners in each of these categories were IBM (website) and GE (TV).


April 7, 2016: Xerox analyst relations (AR) teams took top honors in two categories of the Knowledge Capital Group (KCG) Analyst Choice Awards.

The Xerox teams won in the multifunction printer (MFP) and the managed print services (MPS) categories, beating out competitors HP and Ricoh in both categories. The awards recognize outstanding performances by AR teams who are charged with telling their corporate stories to a group of influencers—the industry analysts—who have the power to shape the future of the company the AR teams represent. The winners are selected based upon input from more than 250 industry analysts worldwide regarding the performance of the AR teams they interact with.


March 31, 2016: For the 9th year the Xerox's Learning Services has been identified as a Top 20 Training Outsourcing Company by TrainingIndustry.com

TrainingIndustry.com continuously reviews companies that provide training business process outsourcing services and conducts an annual assessment to determine suppliers' experience and capabilities.


March 30, 2016: Xerox's "Work Can Work Better” campaign won the 2016 Best B2B Online Campaign in the 2016 Internet Advertising Competition (IAC) Awards.

The IAC Awards are the first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated exclusively to online digital advertising. The award honors online advertising campaigns – which include digital creative and paid media activation.


March 22, 2016: Xerox was awarded on the Best Partner Awards by Cerema (French national Centre for Studies and Expertise on Risks, Environment, Mobility, and Urban and Country Planning) for the Xerox Vehicle Passenger Detection System and the pilot conducted in 2015 with Xerox Transportation Group and Xerox Research Centre Europe.


March 8, 2016: Xerox was included in the State Street Global Advisors’ (SSGA) Gender Diversity Index, comprised of US large capitalization companies that achieve the highest levels within their sectors of gender diversity on their boards of directors and in their senior leadership.


March 7, 2016: Xerox named among companies on Ethisphere Institute’s “World’s Most Ethical Companies” 2016 list. Xerox is one of only 14 ten-time honorees underscoring the company’s commitment to leading ethical business standards and practices.


March 1, 2016: Xerox received Partnership Award for innovative Apple Watch Application for contact centers from Interactive Intelligence.

Xerox and Interactive Intelligence developed the application in conjunction with KPN, a leading supplier of information communication technology services, for whom Xerox also provides contact center services.


February 19, 2016: Xerox is ranked No. 8 in the category of Information Technology Services on the Fortune's Most Admired Survey.

This compares to No. 5 last year. The survey ranking is a reflection of the news information Xerox distributes, as well as our financial performance and business delivery. Across the range of attribute rankings, we received our best scores in Social Responsibility and Global Competitiveness. Across all attributes, our largest decline was in financial soundness where we ranked 10th compared to 5th last year.


January 25, 2016: FlexJobs, a job board for those seeking telecommuting, remote or freelance work, listed Xerox on its annual list of the top 100 companies that are hiring.

To make FlexJob's list, the companies seeking out telecommuters had to post at least 100 job openings for them in 2015.


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2015


December 16, 2015: The Xerox ColorQube 8880 Color Printer was awarded Better Buys Fall 2015 Editor’s Choice Award in the single-function printer category.


December 8, 2015: Xerox Canada named one of the Top Employers for the Greater Toronto Area for 2016 by Mediacorp Canada.

This is the 6th year recognized with this distinction. Xerox Canada scored top marks for retirement planning programs, defined pension plans, continued learning and development for employees and work life balance options.


December 3, 2015: Xerox wins the Brandon Hall Group Gold Award for Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology for Corporate U-Tube.


December 3, 2015: Xerox wins the Brandon Hall Group Gold Award for Best Advance in Unique Learning Technology for Learning 2020.


December 1, 2015: CDP, an international environmental organization, has named Xerox as a leader in providing reliable information about carbon emissions and energy use to investors and the global marketplace.

Xerox was named to the S&P Climate Disclosure Leadership Index (CDLI) for the quality of its carbon emissions and energy reporting that it submits to CDP’s climate change program. The reported data has been independently assessed against CDP’s scoring methodology and out of a possible 100, Xerox scored 99. Only organizations graded within the top 10 per cent are included in the leadership index.


December 1, 2015: Outbrain reports that Xerox’s “Working Better” ad campaign has been recognized as the top B-to-B ad of 2015, citing the way it engages audiences and subtly illustrates Xerox’s leadership.


November 30, 2015: Xerox received the Readers’ Choice Top 30 Award from DPS Magazine as one of the companies that attracted the most interest from readers in 2015.

In addition to determining reader interest, this award provides a look at trending topics. In 2015, digital printing systems—both toner- and inkjet-based—represented the hottest topic, comprising about 40 percent of the Top 30 results. This was closely followed by software and workflow at 30 percent, finishing at 20 percent, and paper and substrates at ten percent. Each of these areas are essential to the next generation of the digital print, packaging, and publishing segments that DPS covers.


November 20, 2015: Xerox Canada's coaching program, Xerox Driving Results — Achieving High Performance Through Coaching, has won a Gold Canadian Award for Training Excellence, from The Institute for Performance and Learning.

This award underscores the company’s ongoing commitment to developing our people.


November 19, 2015: Xerox received the "Equity Award" from the Women's Forum of New York at annual Breakfast of Corporate Champions & Symposium.

The award is given to companies who are approaching gender parity on their boards with female representation of 40% or more.


November 18, 2015: Xerox received high marks for commitment to LGBT equality and inclusion in the workplaces.

Xerox earned a perfect score on 2016 Corporate Equality Index.


November 16, 2015: The Xerox Color C60 Printer won Buyers Laboratory (BLI) PRO Award as the "Outstanding Color Light Production Device."

The award acknowledges the best-in-class devices in BLI’s production field tests. BLI’s production tests reveal the attributes that distinguish the most outstanding performers in a challenging evaluation covering productivity, image quality, media handling, ease of use and more.


November 14, 2015: The Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce awarded Xerox at its Annual Banquet for Xerox's new Investment, Business Development and Expansion in the area.


November 4, 2015: Document Manager Magazine Awards Product of the Year to the Xerox DocuMate 4799 Scanner.


October 27, 2015: Xerox rated No. 11 in Everest Group's inaugural BPS Top 50 report. The report is a global list of the 50 largest third-party providers based on their BPS revenue.


October 21, 2015: Xerox won the Best New Venture Award at the 2015 Corporate Entrepreneur Awards event for itsTelehealth Innovation by investing in HealthSpot (a telemedicine kiosk) & partnering with a start up (Pokitdok).

Xerox has created an end-to-end solution for telemedicine "Powered by Xerox" that can be integrated into kiosk telemedicine (like HealthSpot), a clinic or used by a health delivery system in their telemedicine solution.


October 11, 2015: As part of the 2015 Chief Learning Officer magazine’s Learning in Practice Excellence awards, Xerox received the Bronze Award in the Blended Technology category.


October 8, 2015: P3 Bulletin recognized ParkIndy Parking Modernization run by Xerox as Best Operational Project for the 2015 P3 Awards.


October 6, 2015: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns was awarded the UCLA Anderson School of Management John Wooden Global Leadership award.

The award celebrates a corporate leader who personifies the extraordinary standards of achievement and character.


September 30, 2015: Latin Trade magazine named Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns, Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek, and Irina Maslennikova, Vice President and Regional Manager Xerox Latin America, to their annual "Top 50 Businesswomen in Latin America" list.


September 28, 2015: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns was a recipient of the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture's inaugural medal at their 90th anniversary gala dinner.


September 21, 2015: John Corley, president, Channel Partner Operations at Xerox, was included in CRN.com slideshow looking at “The Top Midmarket IT Vendor


September 18, 2015: Xerox was named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for North America for the second consecutive year.

The Dow Jones Sustainability Indices evaluate the sustainability performance of the largest 2,500 companies listed on the Dow Jones Global Total Stock Market Index. Companies are selected for the indices based on a comprehensive assessment of long-term economic, environmental and social criteria that account for general as well as industry-specific sustainability trends.


September 18, 2015: Xerox retained its position for the eighth consecutive year on another corporate responsibility benchmark by meeting the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, social and stakeholder engagement, human rights and environmental actions.


September 18, 2015: Xerox received the 2015 Gold Recognition Level from Ecovadis’.

Ecovadis is a worldwide company that works with large and medium businesses to assess the environmental and social performance of their suppliers and manage Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) risks in their Global Procurement.


September 11, 2015: Xerox won the Brandon Hall Group Gold Award for the first-of-its-kind learning platform Xerox Services University.


September 10, 2015: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns ranked No. 17 on Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” listing.

Ursula ranked No. 17 on 2014 list.


September 10, 2015: The Xerox FreeFlow Core Cloud solution won a 2015 MUST SEE ‘EMS award at the Graph Expo trade show.

The annual MUST SEE 'EMS competition recognizes the most compelling new products being introduced at Graph Expo trade show.


September 9, 2015: NelsonHall rated Xerox a Leader in their Learning BPO NEAT vendor landscape report.


August 31, 2015: Xerox ranked No. 17 on the Latina Style Magazine “50 BEST Companies for Latinas to Work in the US.” Xerox ranked No. 21 in 2014.


August 11, 2015: Xerox iGen 5 Press and Xerox Rialto 900 Inkjet Press won 2015 MUST SEE 'EMS Awards at Graph Expo in the Pressroom: Digital Presses category.

The annual MUST SEE 'EMS competition recognizes the most compelling new products being introduced at Graph Expo trade show.


August 9, 2015: Xerox featured in CRN.com “2015 Annual Report Card Winners” slideshow after winning in Multifunction Printers category for third year running, outperforming H-P in all three of the subcategories – product innovation, support and partnership – as well as all 18 of the criteria.

Xerox also won in the Workgroup Color Printers category.


August 7, 2015: Xerox is featured as a Leader in the NelsonHall NEAT vendor evaluation and assessment tool for Workers’ Compensation BPO.


August, 2015: Xerox is named in Training Industry Inc.’s list of the 2015 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies


July 2, 2015: 2015 Xerox SMART centre channel partner website was winner of the Best Partner Website at CRN Sales and Marketing Awards 2015


June 25, 2015: 2015 Business Leadership Award from JEVS Human Services given to Xerox HR diversity and inclusion group.

Award recognizes employer partners for their approach to hiring and training employees, commitment to the vocational and personal success of employees and who have provided exceptional support in JEVS/hireAbility’s mission to help individuals with special needs, disabilities, returning Veterans and those re-entering the job force find employment opportunities in New Jersey and Southeast Pennsylvania.


June 15, 2015: Buck Consultants at Xerox was named Large Agency of the Year by the International Association of Business Communicators (IABC).

The award recognizes the excellent work submitted by an agency or organization. Winners were selected using a combined score based on the number of Gold Quill winning entries (Buck received 14) and highest scores by entrants in each category. Submissions from all over the world were gathered, reviewed and judged against the IABC’s high standards of communication excellence.


June 9, 2015: Xerox Global Services was ranked No. 7 on CRN's "2015 Solution Provider 500: The Top 50” listing.

The listing is an annual ranking of the largest integrators, service providers and IT consultants in North America, ranked by their 2014 solution provider services revenue. Xerox was noted for: Selling its IT outsourcing business to Atos, and as a leading healthcare services provider that acquired Health Communities Institute, a Berkely, CA cloud based database of patient healthcare information, providing customers with technology aimed at identifying at risk populations. Xerox also was the winner of a $564.9 million five-year contract providing its Health Enterprise solution to the New York State Department of Health. Xerox was ranked No. 6 on 2014 list.


June 3, 2015: Xerox Canada was listed as one of Canada's 2015 Top Foreign Corporate Citizens by Corporate Knights.

This list represents organizations with substantial operations (over $1B in revenue) in Canada, who are leading the way in corporate citizenship and have their main headquarters in another country. The parent corporations must also have qualified for Corporate Knights' 2015 Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations shortlist.


May 29, 2015: Xerox CMO John Kennedy was recognized by Hot Topics, an online community of tech leaders, as one of the 100 most innovative CMOs in the world.

Hot Topics asked their community of entrepreneurs, investors and corporate executives to provide nominations of CMOs who have changed the game within their specific industry with innovation as a focus. The criteria they had to consider when making their decision, was whether the CMO had:

  • Embraced technology at the heart of their marketing strategy

  • Been trailblazers in the use of new technologies

  • Made a significant impact on their company during their tenure


May 28, 2015: Xerox was ranked No. 14 in Diversity MBA Magazine’s 2015 rankings for 50 Out Front Companies for Diversity Leadership: Best Places for Women & Diverse Managers to Work.

Xerox is also recognized in their Top 10 Best in Class Category for: Recruitment, Representation and Board Diversity.


May 26, 2015: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns was ranked No. 29 on Forbes 2015 “The World's 100 Most Powerful Women” listing.

Ursula ranked No. 22 on Forbes 2014 list. From a preliminary group of over 300 candidates from around the world, Forbes selects the 100 most influential women from eight categories or power bases: billionaires, business, celebrity, finance, media, philanthropy and intergovernmental organizations, politics and technology. To determine the rank within each category, as well as overall rank on the list of 100, they apply four metrics: money, media presence, spheres of influence and impact.


May 21, 2015: 2014 TrainingIndustry.com added Xerox to their 2015 Top 20 Content Development list.

This list recognizes the 2015 top content development companies in the training industry and is designed to help buy-side organizations in their search for the right training partner. Selection to this year's Top 20 Content Development Companies list was based on the following criteria:

  • Industry visibility, innovation and impact2015 Top 20 Content Dev

  • Capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content

  • Company size and growth potential

  • Depth and breadth of subject matter expertise

  • Quality of clients

  • Geographic reach


May 21, 2015: The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum awarded Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns with the 2015 Intrepid Salute Award in honor of her outstanding business, philanthropic achievements and her commitment to inspiring the next generation of scientists, inventors and leaders through her support of STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education.


May 20, 2015: 2014 “Xerox is named in Training Industry Inc.magazine's list of the 2015 Top 20 Content Development Companies


May 16, 2015: 2014 “Partner of the Year Award” from DeVry University and Keller Alumni Associations was given to Xerox HR Diversity and Inclusion group.

The award recognizes an organization that has shown tremendous support of the university’s academic programs, students and alumni. The selection process for employer partners is based on a variety of criteria including organizations with national scope, number of graduates hires, organizations that offer career paths as well as engage with the university on a variety of levels including a willingness to expand the relationship.


April 30, 2015: In the latest Human Resources Communication Consulting report issued by Kennedy Consulting Research & Advisory – an ALM Business, Buck Consultants at Xerox achieved The Kennedy Vanguard status for its employee engagement-centric consulting model, marketing focus and creative capabilities.

Buck’s client technology offerings were also cited as a significant differentiator. Buck Consultants was found to be the industry leader among the 13 firms assessed by Kennedy when evaluating combined depth and breadth of communication capabilities. Buck was the only HR consulting firm to earn The Kennedy Vanguard distinction.


April 22, 2015: Xerox Canada named one of Canada's Greenest Employers by Mediacorp Canada. Now entering its 9th year, Canada's Greenest Employers recognizes the employers that lead Canada in creating a culture of environmental awareness in their organizations.

These employers have developed exceptional earth-friendly initiatives — and are attracting people to their organizations because of their environmental leadership. Each employer is evaluated by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers in terms of: (1) the unique environmental initiatives and programs they have developed; (2) the extent to which they have been successful in reducing the organization's own environmental footprint; (3) the degree to which their employees are involved in these programs and whether they contribute any unique skills; and (4) the extent to which these initiatives have become linked to the employer's public identity and whether they attract new people to the organization.


April 21, 2015: Xerox is ranked No. 82 on Reputation Institute's 2015 Global RepTrak 100 list.

The Reputation Institute, a global consulting firm, surveyed more than 61,000 people in 15 countries in first-quarter 2015. It asked them a series of questions about whether they trusted, respected, had good feelings about and admired the reputation of companies known around the world. To be considered, the companies had to be well known in the 15 countries and have revenues of $6 billion globally. The list has issued for the past 10 years.


April 20, 2015: Xerox is ranked No. 4 on Corporate Responsibility Magazines' 2015 100 Best Corporate Citizens List.

Xerox was ranked No. 43 in 2014. Xerox was also ranked No. 1 in Employee Relations and No. 6 in Environment.


April 7, 2015: Industry analyst firm NelsonHall rated Xerox a Leader in their Health & Wellness Benefits Administration NEAT vendor landscape report.

Xerox received the second highest placement on the "Ability to deliver immediate benefit" axis.


April 2, 2015: Xerox was selected as a 2015 Top 20 Training Outsourcing List Company by TrainingIndustry.com.

The Top 20 list recognizes the leading training outsourcing companies for their high quality services and comprehensive capabilities. Xerox and other listed companies demonstrated experience managing major BPO engagements, and use of their influence and expertise to advance the training industry.


April 2, 2015: Ragan’s 2014 Employee Communications Award for Best Benefits Communication was given to the 2015 Ford Interactive Benefits Enrollment Guide that Xerox's HR services group worked on with Ford's team.


March 31, 2015: Xerox Canada named one of Canada`s Best Diversity Employers for 2015 by Mediacorp Canada.

Now entering its ninth year, the Canada's Best Diversity Employers competition recognizes the leading organizations when it comes to creating inclusive workplaces for employees from five diverse groups: women; visible minorities; persons with disabilities; Aboriginal peoples; and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) peoples. Employers are selected by the editors at Mediacorp based on submissions to the annual Canada's Top 100 Employers.


March 30, 2015: The Xerox Print Awareness Tool and the Xerox Merge Parking Management System were ranked as “Top Products of the Year” in third annual Environmental Leader Product & Project Awards.

The awards recognize excellence and innovation in products and services that provide companies with environmental and energy benefits, and in the top projects implemented by companies that improved environmental or energy management and increased the bottom line. Environmental Leader is the leading daily trade publication keeping corporate executives informed about energy, environmental and sustainability news. The judging panel consisted of renowned experts from companies such as LNS Research, Anheiser-Busch InBev, GlaxoSmithKline, ConAgra Foods, Owen-Corning and others, as well as some well-known industry consultants. Awards will be announced on March 30.


March 26, 2015: For the third consecutive year, Xerox was positioned as a leader in the IDC MarketScape: U.S. Smart Multifunction Peripheral 2014-2015 Vendor Assessment.

According to the IDC MarketScape, Xerox’s ConnectKey technology is the core of its smart MFP strategy and helped secure the company’s leadership standing.


March 21, 2015: Xerox is named in Training Industry Inc. magazine's list of the 2015 Top 20 Training Outsourcing Companies.


March 18, 2015: Don Liu is named to Lawyers Of Color’s Fourth Annual Power List, a comprehensive catalog of the nation’s most influential minority attorneys and non-minority diversity advocates.

Lawyers Of Color LLC (LOC) is the parent company of “On Being A Black Lawyer”, “On Being A Hispanic Lawyer” and “On Being A Lawyer of Color”. Established in 2008 to report news on import to black legal professionals, LOC is now a media and research company focusing on lawyers of color.


March 9, 2015: Xerox has been named as one of the Ethisphere Institute’s World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2015.

This is the 9th year the Ethisphere Institute has issued this list. Xerox is in a select group that has made the list every time. This distinction honors organizations for their commitment to ethical leadership, compliance and corporate social responsibility.


February 17, 2015: New York Lawyers for the Public Interest (NYLPI), a leading civil rights advocacy group for marginalized New Yorkers, honored Xerox's Don Liu at the 2015 Law & Society Award Luncheon for his dedication to public service.

Celebrating its 22nd year, the Luncheon was attended by partners from the city’s major law firms, federal judges, and prominent members of the corporate law departments of Fortune 500 companies. All proceeds raised support NYLPI’s efforts to advance civil rights and social justice for all New Yorkers. Past honorees include The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg and The Honorable Mario M. Cuomo, as well as most recently Peter J. Beshar of Marsh & McLennan Companies and Andrew J. Levander of Dechert LLP.


February 15, 2015: Xerox rated Leader in Everest Group's Healthcare Payer BPO State of the Market with PEAK Market Assessment.

Xerox received the highest placement on the Market Success axis.


February 5, 2015: Xerox's E-ZPass centers in New York and New Jersey, as well as its E-Pass center in Orlando and BATA FasTrak center in San Francisco, were each named a Center of Excellence by BenchmarkPortal.

Researchers at BenchmarkPortal used a database of call center metrics to compare thousands of companies' key performance indicators, such as calls per agent per hour, agent turnover and caller satisfaction.


January 12, 2015: Xerox listed as No. 4 on HIT Consultant’s "25 Best Health Tech Infographics of 2014" for infographic on "Patient Portal Adoption: Baby Boomers vs. Millennials."

The listing is a annual recap of the best health tech infographics created in 2014. List is based on: storytelling, valuable information, Data Visualization & Design Creativity, Data Sources, Insightful key takeaways and Popularity (number of social shares).


January 5, 2015: Xerox ranked #7 in HfS Research's 2015 Robotic Premier League (up from #11 in 2014).

The report looks at how 20 BPO service providers and 2 robotic process automation (RPA) specific service providers are innovating and executing on RPA with increasing maturity over 2014.


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2014


December 4, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns honored with the HELP USA Hero Award for her model of service and support, and leadership.


December 2, 2014: The Wellness Advisor app from LearnSomething, A Xerox Company, was commended by the Corporate Entrepreneur Awards for Best New Service.

The awards recognize ground breaking ideas and game changing products and services delivered by large organizations.


November 17, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns awarded the Kate Gleason Award by ASME for engineering and business leadership, and distinguishing career.


November 6, 2014: Xerox receives Thomson Reuters 2014 Top 100 Global Innovator Award for the 4th consecutive year.

Being named as one of the world's most innovative companies is based on a series of proprietary, patent-related metrics developed by Thomson Reuter's Intellectual Property & Science business. The award recognizes companies arond the world for their outstanding commitment to innovation, the protection of ideas and the commercialization of inventions.


November 6, 2014: Xerox recipient of the 2014 Green Supply Chain Awards from Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine which recognizes companies making green or sustainability a core part of their supply chain strategy, and are working to achieve measurable sustainability goals within their own operations and/or supply chains.


November 1, 2014: Xerox among top 30 companies in DPS Magazine’s 2014 Readers' Choice Awards; these top companies generated the highest reader interest throughout the year.


October 29, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns awarded with the "Visible and Powerful Media Award for her work as a global leader at Xerox.


October 1, 2014: Xerox ColorQube 8570dn is placed #1 and the Xerox Phaser 3320 placed #2 in the 2015 Best Laser Printer Reviews and Comparisons by Top Ten Reviews.


September 26, 2014: The Intellectual Property Owners Association, a Washington-based trade group, looks at the most innovative companies in America, noting Xerox ranks in the top 50 companies.


September 23, 2014: Xerox received a Platinum award at the 2nd Annual BrillIAAnce awards held by the New York chapter of the International Advertising Association.

Xerox and NBC’s "30 Seconds to Know" campaign was recognized for its strategic approach in shifting brand perception by delivering complicated news in a quick, digestible format, which strongly aligns with Xerox’s purpose of simplifying the way work gets done. This award honors the global media industry’s most innovative and impactful advertising campaigns created by clients, agencies and media partners. A total of 9 awards were given out across three levels of excellence – Diamond, Platinum and Silver.


September 23, 2014: CDP (the Carbon Disclosure Project) ranked Xerox in the Information Technology Sector at 95 (A-).

The world’s largest investors representing trillions of dollars in assets rely on the CDP to identify the critical elements of climate change and emissions accounting. The report tracks industry-leaders over the last three years against their financial performance. The analysis revealed that those who lead on climate disclosure and performance have generated higher profitability (ROE).


18, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns is ranked No. 17 on Fortune’s “50 Most Powerful Women in Business” listing.

Ursula ranked No. 13 on 2013 list.


September 17, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns recognized as one of the five most prominent women in global business by "The Next Woman" business magazine.


September 16, 2014: Xerox ranked #21 on the Latina Style Magazine "50 BEST Companies for Latinas to Work in the US."


September 11, 2014: Xerox Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index North America 2014 (DJSI) listing.

Xerox is recognized for its commitment to sustainable innovation. The listing identifies leaders in sustainability and gives investors a way to follow companies that embrace environmental and social values.


September 8, 2014: Xerox was a "MUST SEE 'EM" award winner at Graph Expo show with its Metallic Gold and Silver Specialty Dry Inks for the Xerox Color 800/1000 Presses, and XMPie’s MUST SEE ‘EM winner is PersonalEffect 7.0.


August 21, 2014: Xerox wins two CRN Annual Report Card Awards.

Xerox swept the category for Multifunction Printers and Workgroup Color Printers winning two of CRN's  Annual Report Card (ARC) awards. The ARC awards recognize vendors in the categories of partnership, support and product innovation.


August 21, 2014: Xerox ranked as No. 5 on "The 10 Companies With The Biggest Jumps In Employee Happiness" listing in Forbes article.

To determine the companies with the greatest improvements in employee happiness over the year,  fulfillment-focused jobs search and review site CareerBliss considered factors including an employee's relationship with his or her boss as well as coworkers, work environment, available resources, compensation, opportunities for advancement, a company’s culture and reputation, as well as daily responsibilities and the employee's personal agency over those tasks. Company reviews were scored between one and five, and the companies that appear on this list received a minimum of 10 independent employee reviews throughout 2013 and 2014 on CareerBliss.


August 14, 2014: Xerox's Metallic Gold and Silver Speciality Dry Inks for the Color 800/1000 Press and XMPie's PersonalEffect 7.0 software winners of Graph Expo 14 show "MUST SEE 'EMS" awards.


August 14, 2014: Chief Marketing Network awarded the Best Channel Integration/Messaging award to Xerox ConnectKey technology marketing as  part of the first-annual Marketing ARC Awards, honoring the best campaigns powered by marketing technology solutions.

Chief Marketer covers the best in measurable marketing and helps marketing leaders navigate today’s fast changing marketing landscape. Areas of emphasis: PROMO, Direct, Mobile, eMail, Web, Social, Database/CRM, Lead Generation, B-to-B and Search. The Channel Integration/Messaging award recognizes the campaign that best leveraged technology to create a unified experience and message for the customer/prospect across the web, regardless of which platform was used for access (i.e. tablet, mobile, PC, email, social media).


August 6, 2014: Xerox is listed as No. 23 on CNBC’s first ever CNBC RQ 50 ranking, a list of the market's smartest—not biggest—R&D spenders.

Xerox was highlighted for putting about 15 percent of its R&D investment toward unknown outcomes. From the article: "Looking past Silicon Valley buzz can help investors locate the "boring edge" of innovation, where shareholder wealth is being created by companies such as Oshkosh, Dow Chemical and Xerox."


August 1, 2014: Two Xerox DocuMate scanners receive PC Pro Recommended honors.

The Xerox Travel Scanner was praised for having impeccable paper handling, good scan quality and aggressive pricing. The Xerox DocuMate 5445 received applause for combining fast scans with good output quality and intuitive operation. Both products were commended for their software bundle and received an overall rating of 5 out of a possible 6 stars.


July 23, 2014: Xerox was selected as a 2014 Top Supporter of Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) by the deans of the 14 ABET-accredited HBCU engineering programs and the corporate-academic alliance Advancing Minorities’ Interest in Engineering (AMIE).

The distinction comes from the results of the 12th annual editorial survey by U.S. Black Engineer and Information Technology magazine.


July 1, 2014: The Xerox Merge system was a joint winner of the 2014 Promising Innovation in Transport Award.

The trophy was presented by the International Transport Forum (ITF) at the OECD (Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development), an intergovernmental organization for the transport sector with 54 member states. Merge was first deployed in downtown Los Angeles in June 2012. It uses the data from a network of meters, off-street lots and over 6,000 on-street parking sensors to get a view of parking demand and behaviour over a six square mile area. 


June 27, 2014: Xerox moved upward on Interbrand's "Best Global Green Brands" list.

Dubbed a "top riser" in 2013, Xerox climbed in the rankings again two slots in 2014 to No. #27.  


June 24, 2014: Xerox's Real Business site featured as No. 4 on Business2Community's "35 enviable brands that blow content marketers away" list.

States that Xerox uses content to create clout and demonstrate leadership beyond photocopying.


June 13, 2014: Xerox ranked No. 101 on Newsweek's Green Rankings U.S. list for 2014.

The list is compiled in partnership with Corporate Knights Capital and leading sustainability minds from nongovernmental organizations and the academic and accounting communities. Newsweek has ranked the world's largest companies on corporate sustainability and environmental impact.


June 6, 2014: Xerox won the European Digital Press awards, Europe's most prestigious digital printing awards, for the IJP2000 and the iGen 150.

Xerox IJP2000 was chosen as the Best Wide-Format Printer and Xerox iGen 150 won the Best Production Cut-sheet.


June 2, 2014: Xerox ranks No. 137 on Fortune magazine's "Fortune 500" listing of America's biggest corporations measured by a composite ranking of sales, assets, profits and market value.

Previous ranking was No. 131.


June 1, 2014: For the second straight year Xerox Mexicana made CIO InfoWorld's "100 High Tech Organizations in Mexico" listing. It received recognition in the category of Mobility in 2014.


May 29, 2014: Xerox Chief Counsel Don Liu receives Roderick Palmore Pathmaker Award, as part of 5th annual Transformative Leadership Awards


May 29, 2014: Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns received the "Samuel Johnson Medal for Distinguished Non-Engineering Achievement" from Columbia Engineering Alumni Association.

The award is given in recognition of distinguished achievement outside the realm of engineering or applied science. Ursula is the fourth recipient of the award.


May 29, 2014: Xerox Technology President Armando Zagalo de Lima received the "Best International Leader" award from Portugal's Leadership Business Consulting organization.

The award recognizes Portuguese-speaking leaders who inspire society though their character, vision, impact on results, innovation and transformation, and developing future leaders.


May 28, 2014: Xerox is a three time winner in the Rochester Chapter of the American Marketing Association’s 2014 Pinnacle Awards and the 2014 Marketer of the Year Awards.


May 22, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns is ranked No. 22 on Forbes "The World's Most Powerful Women 2014" listing.

Ursula ranked No. 14 on Forbes 2013 list.


May 21, 2014: Xerox has received two awards from the European Digital Press (EDP) Association: Xerox iGen 150 Press "Best cut-sheet printer — high production" and Xerox Wide Format IJP 2000 "Best wide format roll-to-roll up to 1.6 metres."

Both awards presented to Xerox at the FESPA trade show.


May 19, 2014: Xerox is joint winner of the International Transport Forum's 2014 Promising Innovation in Transport Award, for the Xerox Merge® Parking Management System.

The award will be presented to Xerox at the International Transport Forum 2014 Annual Summit.


May 18, 2014: Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns received the "Barnard Medal of Distinction."

The award is Barnard College's highest honor given to those who demonstrate excellence in their lives, communities and careers.


May 14, 2014: Xerox ranked fourth on the list of the Top 10 global providers in the Gartner Customer Management BPO Competitive Landscape; based on revenue following Teleperformance, Convergys and Atento.


May 10, 2014: PC Magazine awarded the Xerox Phaser 7100/DN the new Editors' Choice award as a budget-priced, tabloid color laser printer.

The magazine praised the device with an excellent rating, highlighting its very good photo and graphics quality, good speed and auto duplexing.


April 30, 2014: Xerox Chief Counsel Don Liu named among ten "Legends in Law" by The Burton Awards Program and the Library of Congress.

The winners were selected based upon the following criteria: reputation in the legal profession; demonstrated competence in a specialized area of law; extensive background and experience; complexity and scope of matters handled; success in global or national issues; and exemplary leadership in law. The winners were chosen from nominations received from managing partners of the nation's 1,000 largest law firms.


April 29, 2014: Xerox Hellas was recognized as one of the "Best Workplaces in Greece" for 2014.

It is the fifth time in the last seven years that Xerox Hellas has been nominated for this award. Representatives from the local branch of the Great Place to Work Institute confirmed during the awarding ceremony that the competition this year was one of the toughest in recent years. More than 50 companies representing 29,500 employees participated.


April 29, 2014: The Xerox Corporate Analyst Relations team was awarded top honors in two categories during an awards ceremony by the Knowledge Capital Group.

Xerox beat out competitors HP, Canon and Ricoh to take home awards as the best firm in the Multifunction Printer Category as well as the Managed Print Services Category. The awards are significant because all firms are nominated by hundreds of analysts worldwide. KCG's Analyst Choice Awards are then awarded based on Analyst Relations Effectiveness scores awarded to vendor AR programs by analysts themselves.


April 24, 2014: At the 2014 Business Marketing Association's Global ACE Awards, Xerox's creative won third place in the Print Campaign category for "Xerox Makes it Simple" featuring services' ads supporting Customer Care, Transportation, Healthcare, Document Management, F&A and HRS.

With more than 400 entries from around the world, the ACE Awards have been running for 33 years, and are hailed by The New York Times as "one of the industry's best creative awards" as they recognize the year's top creative campaigns and initiatives from some of the brightest agencies and clients from around the world.


April 8, 2014: Xerox moved up the Forbes published 2014 list of "The World's Most Reputable Companies."

In 2014, Reputation Institute consulting firm surveyed 60,000 international consumers in 15 countries. Xerox ranks an impressive #46 this year, up 18 slots from #64 in 2013. This list stands out from others that Forbes includes in its publication because it gauges public perception rather than corporate practices. According to Reputation Institute's data, "85 percent of consumers say they would definitely buy products sold by a company with a top reputation while only 9 percent say they would buy from companies with weak reputations."


April 3, 2014: Xerox was among companies that received a perfect score on the 2014 Corporate Equality Index.

The index, done by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation, annually looks at the nation's largest companies and grades them based on their policies and procedures dealing with their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, such as the presence of non-discrimination policies dealing with sexual orientation or gender identity. For the 2014 rankings, a record 304 of the nation's largest companies received perfect scores of 100, according to the foundation.


March 31, 2014: Xerox Chief Counsel Don Liu recognized as one of "America's 50 Outstanding General Counsel" by The National Law Journal.


March 27, 2014: TopTenREVIEWS recognizes the Xerox Travel Scanner 150 with the Silver and Excellence Awards, noting that this scanner is one of the best available options.


March 27, 2014: Xerox was awarded Gold Award at the 6th Annual Internationalist Awards for Innovation in Media.

Amongst strong competition from 250 submissions from 37 countries, Xerox was awarded Gold for the "Business Made Simple" integrated print, digital and social media content program with The Week. This custom program, which was a first of its kind for both Xerox and The Week, was recognized for its strategic and inventive approach in shifting brand perception by presenting Xerox as a thought leader by showcasing over 100 pieces of video and written editorial content in three key areas — Customer Care, Public Transportation and HR Services.


March 23, 2014: Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek ranked No. 5 on Front End of Innovation's "Celebrating Women in Innovation: 40 for 2014."

List recognizing women and companies that promote and exemplify "inherent" and "acquired" diversity.


March 20, 2014: Xerox has been named as one of the Ethisphere Institute's World's Most Ethical Companies for 2014.

We are among the 144 honorees for 2014, which represent 41 industries. This is the eighth year the Ethisphere Institute has issued this list. We are in a select group that has made the list every time. This distinction honors organizations for their commitment to ethical leadership, compliance and corporate social responsibility.


March 19, 2014: Xerox ranks No. 4 on the 22nd Annual "Top 50 Employers" in Woman Engineer Magazine.

Readers of Woman Engineer Magazine were asked to name the employers, both in the private and public sectors, for whom they would most like to work or that they believe would provide a positive working environment for women. The employers were ranked according to the frequency they were cited by respondents.


March 18, 2014: Xerox CTO Sophie Vandebroek named to Connected World magazine's 2014 Women of M2M listing.

The Women of M2M list is comprised of 42 of the most powerful women in the technology sector representing many of the largest companies in the world. The women were selected because they each brought a unique lens to their respective companies that has helped push connected technologies forward.


March 17, 2014: Xerox Recognized by Franchisor's Marketing & Print Division: Alliance Franchise Brands, a world leader in marketing and visual communications, had the opportunity to name three companies as Suppliers of the Year on behalf of its network.

Xerox was placed at the head of the list and received honors as the #1 technology partner.


March 11, 2014: Xerox tops list of winning companies in IDC's Top Seller Awards and wins 12 awards overall.

IDC recognizes annual best-selling printers in categories that are divided up based on sub-technology, format, and speed range.


March 7, 2014: Xerox among CRN.com's "Best In Show: 2014 CRN Channel Champions Awards."

Xerox won Channel Champs awards for Support Satisfaction and Financial Satisfaction as well as being the Overall winner in the Multifunction Printers category. Xerox also won Channel Champs award for Support Satisfaction and Technical Satisfaction and was the Overall category winner in Workgroup Color Printers.


March 5, 2014: Douraid Zaghouani Recognized as one of CRN's 2014 Channel Chiefs.

The list recognizes executives directly responsible for driving channel sales and growth within their organization.


March 4, 2014: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns and Kevin Warren, President, Strategic Growth Initiatives for Xerox, were recognized among the 2014 Savoy Top 100 Most Influential Blacks in Corporate America listing.


March 3, 2014: Xerox HR Solutions is listed as No. 10 for defined contribution record-keeping assets as tracked by Pensions & Investments' annual survey of the largest record keepers.


Feb. 28, 2014: Xerox ranked 5th in 2014 "Fortune's Most Admired Companies" rankings in new category of INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SERVICES.

In this new category, Xerox's ranking of No. 5 puts the company behind Accenture, IBM, Cognizant Technology Solutions, Booz Allen Hamilton Holding, and ahead of CACI International. Xerox's overall score was 6.03. In terms of Xerox's industry rankings for the nine key attributes of reputation, the company scored best at No. 2 in "Social Responsibility" and earned 4s, 5s and 6s in other attributes.


Feb. 27, 2014: Xerox among Global 500 2014 rankings of world's most valuable brands, as compiled by London brand valuation specialist Brand Finance.

The rankings are based on dollar values a company supposedly would be willing to pay to license that brand if it did not already own it, as well as the potential future of a brand compared to its competitors.


Feb. 11 2014: Xerox Canada was named one of Canada`s Best Diversity Employers for 2014 by Mediacorp Canada Inc.

Canada's Best Diversity Employers recognizes employers that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs.


Feb. 7 2014: XMPie, A Xerox Company, was positioned highest for "Ability to Execute and Furthest for Completeness of Vision" in Challengers Quadrant of Gartner's first ever Magic Quadrant for Customer Communications Management (CCM) Software.


Feb. 6, 2014: Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns featured as No. 24 on FORTUNE's "The 50 Most Powerful Women in Business: Global edition."


Feb. 3, 2014: Xerox among 34 companies named to Natural Capital Leaders Index, recognizing companies that have grown revenue between 2008 and 2012 while reducing their environmental impacts during that same period.


Jan. 29, 2014: PC Magazine awards WorkCentre 3315/DN excellent rating, highlighting the device as a direct competitor of the Editors' Choice in the monochrome laser MFP category.

The review praised the device for its excellent paper handling and deliverance of a long list of MFP features, making it a good choice for a micro or small office.


Jan. 16, 2014: BLI honors Xerox with the "2014 Document Imaging Solutions Line of the Year" award.

According to BLI, Xerox offers the most extensive portfolio of document imaging software, including DocuShare, Xerox Mobile Print Cloud and Mobile Print Solution, Xerox ConnectKey for SharePoint and Share to Cloud, and Xerox Scan to PC Desktop Professional 12. Xerox also benefitted from its excellent range of third-party partner solutions, including Nuance's Equitrac print management offerings, NSi AutoStore and Nuance eCopy ShareScan capture/routing products, Print Audit's accounting and fleet management tools, and a host of others.


Jan. 18, 2014: The Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change ("The King Center") awarded Xerox with their Salute to Greatness Award. This award is one of the King Center's highest honors and is presented to individuals and progressive organizations in recognition of their outstanding efforts towards building Dr. King's Community.

Xerox and Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns were honored for the work the company has done in corporate citizenship and social responsibility. They see Ursula as a testament to the company's early vision and values to serve humanitarian causes.


Jan. 15, 2014: Xerox ConnectKey Technology cited for Frost & Sullivan's Innovation Award.

Frost & Sullivan annually presents this award to a company that demonstrates excellence in new products and technologies within its industry.

Jan. 13, 2014: CRN.com features Xerox among the "tech stock winners" in its "Best (And Worst) Technology Vendor Stocks Of 2013" slideshow.


Jan. 9, 2014: Xerox is No. 1 on FlexJobs list of 100 companies that posted the most remote jobs last year on its site. FlexJobs identified health care, IT, education, nonprofit, and sales and marketing as the sectors most likely to offer telecommuting jobs.

The most common titles include software developer, virtual teacher, nurse case manager, sales representative, and senior analyst.


January 2014: Xerox is a three-time 2020 Women on Boards Winning "W" Company for the years 2011, 2012 and 2013. Winning companies recognize the importance of board diversity and have 20% or more women on their board of directors.

2020 Women on Boards is a national campaign to increase the number of women on corporate boards to 20% by 2020.


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2013


Dec. 6, 2013: Xerox named a winner at BLI's 2014 PRO Awards.

The Xerox Color J75 Press was acknowledged as a best-in-class production print device, specifically for outstanding color in the light- to mid-volume production section.


Dec. 5, 2013: Xerox was one of two companies honored with the Partnership Award by the Kentucky Office for the Blind for assisting with providing opportunities for employment and independence to individuals with visual disabilities.

Xerox previously received this award in 2008.


Dec. 5 2013: Xerox WorkCentre 6605 MFP listed in CRN's "2013 Products of the Year" slideshow online.


Dec. 3, 2013: The HOPE Technology and Education Center recognized Xerox with the 2013 Founders Award for its continued commitment to the development and prosperity of Englewood and surrounding Chicago communities.

Xerox has contributed laptops and other operations fundamentals that have enabled the nonprofit organization to offer free computer courses, employment readiness workshops and life-skills training.


Nov. 26, 2013: Xerox included in The Smart Card Alliance Center of Excellence recognition program.

The recognition was established by the Alliance in 2013 to acknowledge member companies who reach the highest level of active participation in the Smart Card Alliance. Inclusion in this elite level is directly related to a number of accomplishments and involvement companies have demonstrated in 2012-2013, including:

  1. Industry Council recognition for Honor Roll membership or Top Contributor to one or more of the Alliance's Industry Councils

  2. Council officer position elected by peers

  3. LEAP/CSCIP training and certification

  4. Corporate CSCIP training and certification participation

  5. Alliance conferences and events sponsorship of $5,000 or greater in the last year

  6. Supporting membership in multiple Chapters (SCALA) or Affiliated Organizations (EMV Migration Forum)


Nov. 25, 2013: Xerox Emirates, a member of the Mohamed Hareb Al Otaiba group, was awarded the Xerox Developing Markets Operations "Brighter Future Award" for creating a positive impact in their community.

During the holy month of Ramadan, Xerox Emirates launched the "Supporting You, Supporting Them" Facebook Campaign, where fans could nominate a charity, community cause or project.


Nov. 21, 2013: PCMag gave the Xerox WorkCentre 3615DN an excellent rating, placing the device as the new Editors' Choice for heavy-duty use in a small to mid-size office or workgroup.

The review recognized the device for delivering all the multifunction printer features a small office needs, but with a higher duty cycle, input capacity, and faster speed.


Nov. 19, 2013: Xerox received Silver award for the "Made Simple by Xerox" digital advertising campaign at the 5th Annual Internationalist Awards for Innovative Digital Marketing.

The event program highlights the insights, strategy and results from winning case studies that demonstrate the best in innovative digital marketing solutions from the 167 entries submitted from 31 locations worldwide. The Xerox campaign was recognized for its strategic approach and implementation of inventive tactics in building awareness and credibility for Xerox as a provider of business process services in six areas: Healthcare, F&A, Transportation, HRS, Customer Care, and Document Management.


Nov. 17, 2013: Xerox received two Latin American Digital Awards in categories of "Best Printer for Business" and "Best Scanner" system from Computerworld Venezuela.


Nov. 15, 2013: For the second year, the Xerox ColorQube 8570DN is ranked No. 1 in the "Best Laser Printer Reviews and Comparisons" by TopTenREVIEWS.

The device received a 9.83/10, highlighting features such as automatic duplexing, wireless network capabilities and high resolution.


Nov. 14, 2013: Xerox DocuMate 5445 desktop scanner featured on PCMag.com's "The Best Products of 2013" list.


Nov. 5, 2013: The IT Services Marketing Association selected the Xerox Get Optimistic MPS marketing campaign for a Gold Award in the demand generation category at their annual awards event in Boston.


Nov. 2013: Xerox was one of the winners of the 2013 Top 30 Readers' Choice Awards! Each year, Digital Publishing Solutions tally up the most popular companies based on Web site visits and information requests from DPSmagdirect.com.

Featured Products: Xerox Color 8250 Production Printer; Xerox iGen 150 Press; and Xerox iGen 4 Diamond Edition.


Oct. 29, 2013: The Connecticut Asian Pacific American Bar Association (CAPABA) honored Don Liu with their 2013 Impact Award that recognizes an Asian Pacific American attorney who has provided exemplary service and support to CAPABA or the Asian Pacific American community.


Oct. 28, 2013: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns listed as No. 25 on CRN's "The 25 Most Influential Executives Of 2013."


Oct. 21, 2013: Xerox Canada has been named one of Canada's Top 100 Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc. for the third consecutive year in recognition of its commitment to inspiring employees through progressive employment practices and beneficial employee programs.

Cited for flexible work hours and progressive learning and development opportunities.


Oct. 17, 2013: Xerox rated Leader in Nelson Hall's Benefits Administration NEAT vendor evaluation and assessment reports.


Oct. 15, 2013: Xerox was named a Thomson Reuters 2013 Top 100 Global Innovator, recognizing its achievements as one of the world's most innovative companies.

The program honors corporations and institutions around the world that are at the heart of innovation as measured by a series of proprietary patent-related metrics. Report lists Xerox as best known for developing multifunction document machines used in businesses as well as in mass-printing production settings. In addition it is an outsourcer of business processes which include IT functions, such as infrastructure, cloud computing, and application services. Xerox had 3,236 unique inventions between January 1, 2010 – December 31, 2012.


Oct. 10, 2013: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns is ranked No. 13 on Fortune's "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" listing.

Ursula ranked No. 7 on 2012 list. She is cited for "having successfully transformed the printing company: Over half its $22 billion in revenue comes from services such as customer care and IT outsourcing."


Oct. 2013: Midas+ recognized by KLAS as the "Vendor to Beat" in Quality Management.

Deepest suite of quality products, highest client satisfaction, and strong market share contributed to its top ranking.


Oct. 2013: TMS Health, A Xerox Company, rated Major Player in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Life Science Sales and Marketing BPO 2013 Vendor Assessment.


Sept. 30, 2013: Xerox named a winner of B2B Magazine's 2013 Content Marketing Awards.

Xerox was awarded in the category of Integrated Campaign for its healthcare thought leadership campaign.


Sept. 2013: Xerox rated Major Contenders in the Everest Group Banking BPO Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix.


Sept. 25, 2013: Douraid Zaghouani, president of Channel Partner Operations, was named to CRN's inaugural "Top 50 Midmarket Vendor Executives" list, which recognizes the IT industry's most influential vendor executives who serve midmarket and midsize customers.


Sept. 18, 2013: Xerox was named one of the top IT innovators on 2013 Information Week 500. InformationWeek identifies and honors the nation's most innovative users of information technology with its annual InformationWeek 500 listing, and also tracks the technology, strategies, investments, and administrative practices of some of the best known organizations in the country.

Xerox moved up to 78 among the 500 companies recognized for IT innovation in 2013, up from 111 in 2012.


Sept. 17, 2013: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns receives the Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Lifetime Achievement Award for her inspiring business accomplishments, historic and groundbreaking career achievements, legacy as a mentor, agent of change and work to strengthen the educational pipeline to broaden opportunities for all.


Sept. 16, 2013: Xerox was designated as one of the best positioned BPO providers to support health insurance companies in complying with the Affordable Care Act by analyst firm HfS Research (HfS).

Xerox was placed in the Winner's Circle – the top ranking – of the 2013 Healthcare Payer BPO Services Blueprint Report for its ability to execute and integrate technology into end-to-end voice and back-office services.


Aug. 2013: Xerox rated Major Contender in the Everest Group Finance and Accounting Outsourcing (FAO) Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix Assessment.


April 17, 2013: Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns receives the Polytechnic Institute of New York University's i2e Leadership Award recognizing her inspired work in business as well as her commitment to STEM education.

The acronym i2e refers to invention, innovation and entrepreneurship guiding principles of NYU-Poly.


April 4, 2013: CRN features Xerox on their "The Best (And Worst) 1Q Technology Stocks" listing among the best stocks, stating that 2013 has been a happy new year for the company, as shares increased 26% during the first-quarter.


March 28, 2013: Xerox is the first company to successfully achieve the Chartered Institute of Purchasing & Supply (CIPS) Gold Certification at a global level.

The Gold Certification means that Xerox achieves leading benchmark levels in all aspects of ethical, sustainable and strategic procurement when measured against CIPS globally respected standards which are structured around leadership and organization, strategy, people, process and systems, and performance measurement and management.


March 28, 2013: CRN recognizes Xerox's Peak Partner Program as a "Peripherals Vendor" in its "2013 Partner Programs Guide."


March 14, 2013: CRN features Xerox, the clear-cut winner in the Workgroup Color Printers category and subcategory in support and financial factors in the MFP category, in its "2013 CRN Channel Champions Awards."


March 6, 2013: Xerox named to Ethisphere's "2013 World's Most Ethical Companies" list under the consumer electronics industry.

Xerox also falls into the list of companies that have been on the list every year since its inception.

March 1, 2013: Xerox ranked third in the computer industry category of FORTUNE magazine's latest "World's Most Admired Companies" list, behind Apple and EMC and in front of Canon, Dell and H-P.


February 2013: Xerox again included in Corporate Responsibility Magazine's Annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List

Criteria for the rankings include climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights and philanthropy. Their overarching mission is accountability and believe it vital for investors, regulators, customers, suppliers, employees, and neighbors to know as much as possible about the companies they invest in, do business with, and work for.


February 27, 2013: Xerox wins the Consulting and Integration Partner of the Year Awarded at VMware Partner awards event.


February 26, 2013: Xerox DocuMate 5445 scanner is ranked "Best-In-Class" by PC Magazine.

Magazine gives the DocuMate 5445 its Editor's Choice for small office and workgroup document scanners in its price class.


February 25, 2013: Xerox Canada singled out in Backbone magazine's Best in Canadian Tech issue as a "Top 5 multinational," focusing in on the company's acquisition of LaserNetworks to grow its MPS business in Canada.

Xerox was also listed as one of the "Top 10 Research Facilities" in Canada.


February 25, 2013: Xerox Chairman and CEO Ursula Burns was elected among the elite in engineering by being elected to the National Academy of Engineering (NAE).

The NAE cited Ursula for "technical and business leadership of the renaissance of a global services and technology company." The NAE chose 69 new members from the U.S. and 11 overseas associates for making outstanding contributions to "engineering research, practice, or education" and to the "pioneering of new and developing fields of technology, making major advancements in traditional fields of engineering, or developing/ implementing innovative approaches to engineering education."


February 20, 2013: Xerox Named to MIT Tech Review's 2013 List of 50 Disruptive Companies.

Editors at MIT Tech Review chose Xerox for creating disruptive innovations most likely to change our lives, highlighting automating urban services. A Xerox system in Los Angeles changes the price of parking spots as demand fluctuates.


February 19, 2013: Xerox Canada named one of Canada`s Best Diversity Employers for 2013.

The award recognizes employers across Canada that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs.


February 5, 2013: Xerox was recognized as one of the "Top 50 Best Companies for Latinas to Work in the U.S." by LATINA Style Magazine.

The award highlights companies that have a dedicated effort to diverse recruitment and promotion initiatives.


February, 2013: CRN has selected Douraid Zaghouani, president, Channel Partner Operations for Xerox as one of this year's "Channel Chiefs."

This annual list honors the executives responsible for heading up vendor partner programs in the IT market.


January 2013: Xerox received a score of 100 percent on The Human Rights Campaign's 2013 Corporate Equality Index as one of the best places to work for LGBT employees.

Xerox has consistently scored 100 percent since the inception of the survey over 10 years ago.


January 2013: Xerox named to the Military Friendly Employer 'Designation' list.


January 31, 2013: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns Named a Game Changer by Politic365.

She was noted for breaking the glass ceiling for African-American women when she was selected as Xerox CEO of in 2009. Politic365 is a online digital magazine and website for politics and policy related to communities of color.


January 8, 2013: Xerox DocuMate 4790 Document Scanner wins Channel Award in Latin America.

Compuchannel, a leading on-line publication in Latin America, selected the Xerox DocuMate 4790 for a Channel Award in the best professional scanner category. Award judges noted the scanner's innovative features such as an LCD front panel (used to control jobs, visualize project status and receive alerts) as well as the ultrasonic double feed detection and stapled document detection.


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2012


Nov. 2012: Xerox Mortgage Services won the Georgia Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) award for Marketing Business to Business — Professional/Financial Services.


Nov. 9, 2012: Xerox received a score of 100 percent on The Human Rights Campaign's 2013 Corporate Equality Index as one of the best places to work for LGBT employees

Xerox has consistently scored 100 percent since the inception of the survey over 10 years ago.


Nov. 7, 2012: Xerox receives the 2012 Vision for America Award from Keep America Beautiful, the nation's largest nonprofit that builds and sustains vibrant communities.

The Vision for America Award is presented annually to distinguished leaders of corporations whose personal and corporate commitment have significantly enhanced civic, environmental and social stewardship throughout the United States.


Oct. 22, 2012: Xerox was ranked 66th in Newsweek Green's analysis of the largest 500 American companies, comparing their environmental footprint, corporate management and transparency, to identify the most eco-friendly.


Oct. 2012: HousingWire's Woman of Influence recognizes Xerox.

Spotlights women who have made a difference in moving markets forward.


Sept. 27, 2012: Xerox is current finalist for Mortgage Technology's inaugural Lenders' Choice Mortgage Technology Award.

Selected by the lenders and servicers named to our Top Tech-Savvy Lenders and Servicers list for our customer service, value proposition and overall user experience.


Sept. 11, 2012: Xerox has been named one of the top IT innovators on this year's InformationWeek 500 — an annual listing of the nation's most innovative users of business technology.

The company ranked 111 among the 500 companies recognized for IT innovation in 2012, up from 210 last year.


Aug. 15, 2012: Xerox was selected by the United States Hispanic Advocacy Association this year as one of the Top 25 Corporations in the Fortune 500

This recognition is based on the company's demonstrated track record in areas such as workplace diversity and leadership opportunities for minorities.


July 27, 2012: Out of more than 800 corporations, Xerox was selected by LATINA Style magazine as one of the 50 best companies for Latinos to be employed

The annual LATINA Style 50 report highlights companies dedicated to diverse recruitment and promotion initiatives.


July 23, 2012: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recognized Xerox as being among the nation's top purchasers of Green Power in the technology and telecom sector

Green power is electricity generated from renewable resources such as solar, wind, geothermal, biogas, and low-impact hydro and produces no net increase of greenhouse gas emissions. It also ranked Xerox 14th in EPA's Top 20 technology and telecom list of largest green power purchasers within the sector.


July 12, 2012: Xerox ranked No. 12 among America's top 25 in board governance.

Xerox has been identified as having one of the top 25 corporate boards in American business, based on the second annual study by JamesDruryPartners' "The Weight of America's Boards — Ranking America's Largest Corporations by the Governance Capacity of Their Boards."


July 11, 2012: Xerox was selected as one of Black Enterprise magazine's 40 Best Companies for Diversity in 2012

Xerox was chosen based on a survey that covered four concentrated areas: employee base, senior management, board of directors and supplier diversity. Xerox has been recognized on this list for all eight years of publication.


July 11, 2012: Xerox Wins BRAVE Awards for brand video "A Simpler World...by Xerox."

The Brand Video Awards celebrate the very best in the creation of branded video content, and recognize work capturing the moving image with creativity, engagement, and experimentation with new techniques and aesthetics. Xerox won Best Art Direction/Photography, which recognizes not only superior art direction/photography, but the judges also pay specific attention to the artistic and creative talent that makes the video stand apart from the crowd. Xerox also won the Grand Prix — which makes Xerox the overall winner of the Content category, beating out six other category winners.


July 11, 2012: Xerox was selected as one of Black Enterprise magazine's 40 Best Companies for Diversity in 2012

Xerox was chosen based on a survey that covered four concentrated areas: employee base, senior management, board of directors and supplier diversity. Xerox has been recognized on this list for all eight years of publication.


July 3, 2012: Xerox named to 2012 Best Global Green Brands report by Interbrand.

The report takes a look at both the public perception of Xerox's environmental sustainability commitment as well as the actual performance information and data.


June 2012: Xerox listed amongst Mortgage Technology's Top Service Providers.

The Top 50 Service Providers are recognized for their accomplishments in four criteria—continued advancement of technology and services, viable revenue model and value proposition to customers, exceptional customer service and unique impact on the mortgage industry. The vendors named to the list have a proven track record in the industry and provide innovative technology and services to lenders, servicers and other industry participants.The report takes a look at both the public perception of Xerox's environmental sustainability commitment as well as the actual performance information and data.


June 29, 2012: The Innovation in Japan U.S. Business and Technology Awards program announced Xerox as the winner of a special award called "Outstanding Accomplishment in Japan – U.S. Collaboration in Innovation."

The award recognizes the company's unique 50 years of research and development collaboration with Fuji Xerox.


June 26, 2012: Xerox named to Interbrand's 2012 Best Global Green Brands

Xerox has earned the number 32 spot in Interbrand's 2012 Best Global Green Brands ranking. Each of the top 50 performers is a leader in both delivering and communicating environmental sustainability.


June 25, 2012: CRN has selected Douraid Zaghouani, President, Channel Partner Operations, Xerox Technology, as one of the "100 People You Don't Know But Should In 2012," annual listing that recognizes channel executives who are committed to the success of their partners.


June 22, 2012: Xerox ranked No. 7 in CRN.com's "2012 Solution Provider 500: The Top 50."

The 2012 Solution Provider 500 is CRN's annual listing of the largest integrators, service providers and IT consultants in North America, ranked by their solution provider services revenue. (formerly the VAR500)


June 18, 2012: Xerox's chief accountant among 100 'Most Influential' in finance.

The list of the 100 most influential people includes U.S. president Barack Obama, Berkshire Hathaway CEO Warren Buffet, and German chancellor Angela Merkel. The list also includes people many may not know, including Xerox chief accounting officer Gary Kabureck — according to Treasury & Risk magazine's 2012 list of the "100 Most Influential People in Finance. "[At] the heart of the list," according to the article on Treasury & Risk's website, "remains the corporate finance executives — CFOs, treasurers, risk officers and others—who continue to come up with better ways to get the job done and innovative approaches to help their companies flourish."


May 22, 2012: Xerox Learning Services named a 2012 Top 20 Training and Development Company by TrainingIndustry.com for the second consecutive year.

The award recognizes recipients for industry visibility, innovation, impact, capability to develop and deliver multiple types of content, company size and growth potential, depth and breadth of subject matter expertise, quality of clients and geographic reach.


May 10, 2012: Unamic/HCN, a Xerox company, and TV company TV VLAANDEREN/TeleSAT win a Partnership Award at the Belgian Contact Center Awards in Belgium.

Unamic/HCN provides a high quality 360° customer experience for the clients' customers across all contact channels. The judges highlighted the consistently high customer satisfaction scores achieved.


May 7, 2012: The Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) is the recipient of the Chemical Institute of Canada's (CIC) 2012, Ontario Green Chemistry and Engineering Award (Organization).

The Ontario Ministry of Environment sponsors the Award. Award honors significant contributions to green chemistry and engineering.


May 7, 2012: Xerox ranked No. 127 on 2012 Fortune 500 list. Down from No. 121 in 2011.


April 2012: Xerox's very own Sales VP & General Manager identified as Mortgage Banking's Tech All-Stars.

The basic criterion is that the person be a recognized leader in the field of mortgage technology and that their contributions must have had some kind of significant industry impact in terms of helping to introduce, sustain, improve and win wider adoption for technology that benefits the broader industry and its stakeholders.


April 27, 2012: Sophie Vandebroek, chief technology officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group, was named Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Personality of the Year in Belgium, by DataNews.

It is the first time a woman has been awarded the prestigious title.


April 25, 2012: Unamic/HCN, a Xerox company, and its client bol.com, a Dutch online retailer win the prestigious Partnership Award at the National Contact Center Awards in Benelux.

This is the third NCCA Partnership Award within five years for Unamic/HCN. The award honors outstanding supplier/client partnership during the last decade.


April 19, 2012: Xerox is a finalist for the 'Environmental Project of the Year in the Public Sector' category in this year's Green IT Awards, for its work with the University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (UCLH).

UCLH stands to save £1.2 million over the next seven years and has already cut energy consumption by 14 per cent and solid waste by 10 per cent using Xerox managed print services.


April 18, 2012: Xerox made Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 13th Annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List for 2012

Criteria for the rankings include climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights and philanthropy.


April 3, 2012: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns among PeekYou's list of the most influential women in tech.

PeekYou a search engine that ranks people based on their influence around the web and on social sites like Facebook and Twitter says that one's PeekScore "takes into account your known presence and activity on the Internet, including but not limited to your blogging, participation in social networks, the number of your friends, followers, or readers, the amount of web content you create, and your prominence in the news."


April 2, 2012: Xerox selected as a 2012 Top Supporter of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

Xerox was selected as a 2012 Top Supporter of Historically Black Colleges and Universities by the deans of the accredited engineering programs and the corporate-academic alliance members of the Advancing Minorities Interest in Engineering organization.


March 30, 2012: Xerox received the Silver Award at the annual ARF David Ogilvy Awards for Excellence in Advertising Research for the Ready for Real Business campaign, in the B-to-B category.

The Ogilvy awards celebrate the extraordinary and/or creative use of research in the advertising process by research firms, advertising agencies and advertisers.


March 28, 2012: Xerox won "Printing and Consumables Vendor of the Year" at the 2012 Channel Middle East Awards.

The awards program is organized by Channel Middle East Magazine, a leading monthly IT channel publication in the Middle East. The awards recognize individuals and companies that been influential in the Middle East's IT channel throughout the past year.


March 27, 2012: For the fifth consecutive year, Xerox has retained its position on the FTSE4Good rating scheme

Xerox retained its position by meeting the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, social and stakeholder engagement, human rights and environmental actions.


March 27, 2012: Xerox Learning Services named a 2012 Top 20 Training Outsourcing Company by TrainingIndustry.com.

Award recognizes recipients for industry visibility, innovation, impact, capability to deliver multiple types of training services, company size and growth potential, strength of clients and geographic reach.


March 23, 2012: Xerox ranked #45 by Elearning! Media Group's Top 100 Learning Organizations.

Award program ranks top 60 corporate and 40 public sector organizations for outstanding learning culture, innovation or collaboration that drives performance.


March 19, 2012: Xerox Ranks No. 3 on FORTUNE's "Most Admired Companies" list

FORTUNE magazine's annual ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies places Xerox at the No. 3 position in the "Computers" category up from 2011 ranking of No. 4. Top 8 in "Computers" category listed below. Most Admired in the Computer Industry: Rank Company

1 Apple 2 EMC 3 Xerox 4 Dell 5 Canon 6 Hewlett-Packard 7 Seagate Technology 8 Western Digital


March 15, 2012: Xerox Named One of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2012

Xerox was named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2012 by Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability. The World's Most Ethical (WME) Companies designation recognizes companies that go beyond making statements about doing business "ethically" and translate those words into action.


March 2, 2012: Xerox Receives a 2012 CRN Channel Champions Award

The CRN 22nd annual Channel Champions awards honor vendors that achieved the highest satisfaction scores in a survey of more than 2,000 solution providers across 27 technology categories including two new technology markets, CRM software and tablets. Awards were presented to the overall technology category winners as well as subcategory winners in the areas of technical satisfaction, support satisfaction and financial factors. In a clean sweep, Xerox nabbed the trophy for Workgroup Color Printers.


Feb. 21, 2012: Xerox Canada has been named one of Canada's Best Diversity Employers by Mediacorp.

Canada's Best Diversity Employers recognizes employers across Canada that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs. To develop this year's list, Mediacorp examined a range of diversity initiatives covering five major employee groups, including women, members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities, aboriginal peoples and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered/transsexual (LGBT) peoples.


Feb. 9, 2012: Thin Film Electronics and PARC, A Xerox Company, were the combined recipients of the FLEXI Innovation Award.

The award recognizes the most innovative flexible and/or printed electronics product announced in the last twelve months, based on product design & ingenuity, potential market adoption, and revenue generation.


Feb. 5, 2012: Xerox Portugal was voted number one in a "Best Place to Work in Portugal" ranking by Accenture and the Portuguese business magazine Exame (circ. 200,000).

The ranking of 100 Portuguese companies has been taking place for at least 10 years. It's based on an employee survey, combined with a qualitative analysis of each company's human resource management, which is then evaluated Exame journalists. Xerox obtained a "total satisfaction" result of 85.49%—the highest score.


Jan. 12, 2012: Xerox received The Boston Club Award for recognition as a New England company with two or more women members on their Board of Directors. The Boston Club honored New England companies at their Corporate Salute event.


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2011


Dec. 15, 2011: ACS service awarded "Best in KLAS" honor by research and advisory firm.

"Best in KLAS" rankings celebrate vendors receiving highest provider scores for software, professional services and medical equipment. ACS was awarded a Best in KLAS ranking in the Financial Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) category in the KLAS Software and Professional Services report. ERP vendor products and components provide some or all of general accounting, asset management, HR & payroll, A/P and materials management.


Dec. 13, 2011: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns named one of the "most powerful moms" in the U.S. by Working Mother magazine.

She was singled out by the magazine as the nation's most powerful mother who's engaged in science, technology, engineering and math. Each woman on the list has at least one child who is 18-years-old or younger. The list also includes first lady Michelle Obama, comedian Tina Fey, tennis star Kim Clijsters, NBC television journalist Ann Curry, philanthropist Melinda Gates and fashion designer Vera Wang.


Dec. 9, 2011: Xerox's eConcierge was featured on CRN.com's list of "The Most Innovative Products of 2011."

Each year, the CRN Test Center honors products and their creators that are true innovators. Xerox eConcierge provides groundbreaking printer monitoring with a channel-friendly supplies replenishment service. Compatible with its branded devices as well as those of competitors, this innovative service breathes new life into printer maintenance by letting resellers take on administrative duties while increasing recurring revenue.


Dec. 9, 2011: Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns and Xerox Canada CEO and President Mandy Shapansky featured on Globe and Mail's "At the top in tech: Notable female leaders" slideshow.


Dec. 9, 2011: Xerox among companies that received perfect scores in the "Human Rights Campaign's" 2012 rankings; one of nine companies to achieve the highest rating for 10 straight years.

The 2012 index ranked 850 firms. More than half of companies in the Fortune 500 submitted surveys voluntarily and the rest were rated based on publicly available data, according to the foundation.


Dec. 6, 2011: Xerox Canada CEO and President Mandy Shapansky Named in "Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100" list.


Dec. 6, 2011: ACS, A Xerox Company, Learning Services Wins 2011 Brandon Hall Excellence in Learning Awards for:

  • Best Custom Content — Bronze — for work with AutoNation entitled "Welcome to AutoNation... it's Different Here"

  • Best use of Blended learning — Gold — for a project entitled:

    Th!nkTank — Driving a Culture of innovation through Knowledge-Sharing, Social Networking and Learning

  • Best Learning Team — Gold — for work with BP on a project entitled BP Instructional Systems Design Team

  • Best Use of Performance Support — Silver — for work with BP on a project entitled: "BP Petrophysics-Accelerated Development Program (ADP) Virtual Adviser"

All of these awards along with client names are publically listed on Brandon hall's website listed above. The Brandon Hall Group is a research and analyst organization focused on developing research driven solutions to drive organizational performance for emerging and large organizations. They provide thought leadership, research, data and expertise in Talent Management, Learning & Development, Sales, Marketing and Executive Management that combines research, benchmarking and unlimited access to data and analysts.


Dec. 5, 2011: Wall Street Journal Online (Deal Journal) lists Xerox among top 10 "Most Acquisitive" American companies of the year.

The WSJ asked Dealogic to compile a list of the most acquisitive public companies in America, accounting only for purchases of other companies and tossing out deals for frequently-sold assets such as wireless spectrum or tracts of land for shale drilling rights. Xerox tied at No. 9 with eBay and Ensign Group. Others listed were: Swisher Hygiene at No1., No2. Google, No. 3 tie with Intel and GE, No. 5 Arthur J. Gallagher, No. 6 Untied Technologies, No. 7 tie with Brown & Brown and Blackstone, No. 12 Bershire Hathaway.


Nov. 2011: Xerox was named one of the top companies for sales professionals in Selling Power Magazine's annual listing of the "50 Best Companies to Sell for Now."

The ranking, which appeared in the November/December issue, is based on compensation, training and career mobility.


Nov. 21, 2011: Ursula Burns ranked No. 10 on CRN's "The 10 most influential executives of 2011."

CRN featured 10 executives that rose to the top in 2011, having the greatest impact on solution providers and on the manner in which products and services move through the channel. Others listed: No. 9 Sam Palmisano, No. 8 Yang Yuanqing, No. 7 Meg Whitman, No. 6 John Chambers, No. 5 Paul Otellini, No. 4 Larry Ellison, No. 3 Paul Maritz, No. 2 Joe Tucci, No. 1 Michael Dell.


Nov. 15, 2011: Xerox was named to Thomson Reuters' listing of the World's 100 Most Innovative Companies.

The listing used four criteria to measure innovation: patent approval success rate' global reach of patent portfolio, patent influence in literature citations and overall patent volume.


Nov. 15, 2011: Ursula Burns ranked 4th in Financial Times 50 "Women at the Top" for 2011.


Nov. 15, 2011: Xerox ranked No. 23 on CRN's 2011 "best companies to partner with" listing

CRN's list measures customer demand, partner relevance and strength of technology. In total there were 225 vendors in 13 technology categories surveyed among 400 completed responses. Xerox has a loyal following of printer and copier VARs, but is hoping to expand that base to networking and managed service providers. This year the company partnered with Cisco on a cloud IT outsourcing, managed print and mobile print initiatives. The company also created eConcierge, a supplies services revenue stream. In addition, Xerox was honored for its expanded product portfolio for the VARs.


Nov. 8, 2011: ACS, A Xerox Company, in Lexington, KY was honored as a part of National Philanthropy Day.

ACS was lauded as a "community honoree" and was nominated by Bluegrass Community and Technical College for work to raise money for college scholarships. The event/awards are organized and presented by the Association of Fundraising Professionals.


Oct. 27, 2011: Xerox Chief Technology Officer Sophie Vandebroek Receives "Champion Award" at the Out & Equal Workplace Summit.

The Out & Equal Workplace Summit provides employers and employees a place to share information and resources in order to create, develop, and foster an out and equal workplace environment for all lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees. As the champion award winner, Vandebroek was recognized as the non-LGBT person who has played a pivotal role in championing equal treatment of LGBT employees on the job.


Oct. 2011: Xerox Canada Wins Corporate Responsibility Award

Xerox Canada is the recent recipient of the Green Living Excellence in Corporate Responsibility Award (ECR) in the large business, information, communications and technology category. The ECR awards program was developed to honour and celebrate corporate Canadians for outstanding work and dedication to creating sustainable and ethical practices within the business framework.


Oct. 18, 2011: Xerox ranks in Top 50 of Newsweek's Green Rankings of 500 Largest U.S. Public Corporations

The Green Rankings comprehensively assess the environmental performance of the largest publicly traded companies in America and around the world. Published annually since 2009, it ranks companies based on their actual environmental footprint, management of that footprint, and sustainability communications


Oct. 2011: Everything Channel named Xerox an award winner in the prestigious 2011CRN Annual Report Card (ARC).

The CRN Annual Report Card serves as a definitive benchmark of relationships between vendors and channel partners and maintains the industry standard for measuring excellence within the channel community. Xerox was recognized for the workgroup color printer category and overall multifunction printer category, as well as for support and partnership in that category.


Oct. 17, 2011: Xerox Research Centre Europe receives Wall Street Journal 2011 Technology Innovation Award for Software

The software award goes to Xerox Corp.'s Xerox Research Centre Europe for a prototype customer-support system that uses three-dimensional virtual-reality imaging to connect customers with live help-desk assistance directly from a broken printer. With the technology, which isn't yet on the market, a customer can press a "help" button on the printer that launches an Internet phone call to the help desk. At the same time, it loads and displays a 3-D model of the device on both the customer's and the call center's screens, and the agent receives diagnostic information directly from the device. The agent can identify the fix and then guide the customer through the repair using the 3-D model, reducing the need to dispatch service technicians.


Oct. 7, 2011: Xerox Canada named one of Canada's top 100 employers

Xerox Canada was named one of Canada's top 100 employers by Mediacorp. Sited for its recognition of its commitment to inspiring employees through progressive employment practices and beneficial employee programs.


Oct. 5, 2011: Xerox receives 2011 Tech Innovator award from CRN

Xerox is the winner of the 2011 CRN Tech Innovator Award for Managed Services with its eConcierge printer monitoring and supplies replenishment service.


Oct. 5, 2011: Inventor of Xerography inducted into the Paper Industry International Hall of Fame

Chester Carlson recognized for inventing the xerographic copying process


Oct. 4, 2011: 2011: Xerox and Y&R received The MIXX award for Ready for Real Business campaign

  • BRONZE: Xerox & Y&R and VML for "Ready for Real Business" Cross-Media Integration

  • BRONZE: Xerox & Y&R and VML for "Ready for Real Business" Mobile Platforms and Apps


Oct. 3, 2011: Hall of Fame Honors Xerox CTO

Sophie Vandebroek is one of four women who received Women in Science and Technology International Hall of Fame award for achievements and contributions in science and technology.


Oct. 3, 2011: BtoB Magazine Named Xerox CMO Christa Carone Among Best Marketers

BtoB honors 25 of the best b-to-b marketers of the year, based on outstanding marketing performance. Among the criteria considered are overall marketing initiatives, new ad campaigns, b-to-b ad spending and innovative uses of technology.


Sept. 29, 2011: Fortune magazine recognized Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns

Burns ranks as the 9th most powerful woman in Fortune's annual ranking of America's leading businesswomen.


Sept. 21, 2011: The Xerox new CiPress digital press was presented the European Paper Recycling Award 2011 for its use of recycled paper.

The world's only high-speed waterless inkjet device, was presented this award for its "good deinkable" rating and its ability to print vibrant color on recycled and low cost paper.


Sept. 14, 2011: Xerox was named to the 2011 InformationWeek 500 list, recognizing the nation's most innovative users of business technology.


Sept. 13, 2011: Xerox Named to Dow Jones Sustainability Index 2011

Recognized for its commitment to sustainable innovation, Xerox Corporation has been added to the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI North America). The listing identifies leaders in sustainability and gives investors a way to follow companies that embrace environmental and social values.


Sept. 12, 2011: ACS named Relocation Management Company of the Year by The Forum for Expatriate Management

The Forum for Expatriate Management awarded an EMMA recognition of professional excellence to ACS, a Xerox Company, as the Relocation Management Company of the Year.


Sept. 2011: ACS named as a Top 20 Learning Portal Company by TrainingIndustry.com

TrainingIndustry.com placed ACS, a Xerox Company, in its 2011 Top 20 Learning Portal Companies list. Placement on the list is based, in part, on breadth of functionality and capabilities; industry visibility, innovation, and impact; and number and strength of clients.


Aug. 29, 2011: Forbes Names Xerox Chairman & CEO Among "World's Most Powerful Black Women"

Ursula Burns among Forbes.com list of "World's Most Powerful Black Women."


Aug. 25, 2011: Forbes Recognizes Xerox Chairman & CEO Ursula Burns for the Fourth Year Running

Ursula sits at No. 27 on The World's 100 Most Powerful Women list. Forbes notes how Ursula has led Xerox through the ACS acquisition and "recast" Xerox as a services-driven company.


Aug. 15, 2011: Everything Channel named Xerox an award winner in the 2011CRN Annual Report Card (ARC).

Xerox was recognized for the workgroup color printer category and overall multifunction printer category, as well as for support and partnership in that category. The CRN Annual Report Card serves as a definitive benchmark of relationships between vendors and channel partners and maintains the industry standard for measuring excellence within the channel community.


July, 2011: PARC recognized by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserves

PARC, a Xerox company, has been awarded the prestigious PATRIOT AWARD, the SEVEN SEALS AWARD, an ABOVE and BEYOND AWARD and also A STATEMENT of SUPPORT, which can be seen on the national web site at: www.esgr.mil. These are presented through the cooperation of the Department of Defense, (DOD) and The Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).


July 2011: 40 Best Companies for Diversity

Black Enterprise names Xerox to its annual listing of the "40 Best Companies for Diversity" for outperforming peers in one or more of four key categories: supplier diversity, senior management, board involvement and employee base.


July 26, 2011: Xerox was named one of the Top 50 Best Global "Green" Brands

In its inaugural ranking Interbrand combined public perception of environmental sustainability with a demonstration of performance based on publically available information and data.


July, 2011: E-ZPass ranked No. 66 on Fortune magazine's "100 Great Things About America."

E-ZPass, the Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) service provided by ACS, a Xerox Company, was ranked no. 66 on Fortune Magazine's 2nd annual "100 Great Things About America."


July 13, 2011: Corporate Knights USA placed Xerox in the top five of its inaugural Standard & Poor's 500 clean capitalism ranking, a listing of the world's most sustainable corporations

The ranking is based on a comprehensive set of environmental, social and governance metrics created to reveal a company's degree of "clean capitalism."


July 11, 2011: Xerox 50 Years

When the opening bell sounded at 9:30 a.m. EDT it marked Xerox's 50th year on the New York Stock Exchange (July 11, 1961).


July 1, 2011: PARC ranks 80th in Fortune magazine

PARC ranked No. 80 on Fortune magazine's "100 Great Things About America," an annual list of outstanding things about the United States. The editors described PARC as "the Silicon Valley lab where Ethernet and laser printing were born; a veritable genius center for the hatching of big tech ideas." PARC is placed ahead of Tina Fey, and behind Philly cheesesteaks.


June 21, 2011: Xerox ranks 79 for 100 Best Places to Work in IT 2011

Xerox ranked No. 79 on Computerworld's "100 Best Places to Work in IT 2011" overall listing and No. 45 on large companies list.


June 20, 2011: The American Institute of Chemical Engineers presented its 2011 Corporate Innovation Award to Xerox for its Emulsion Aggregation toner technology.

This is one of the highest level and most prestigious awards given out by the institute and recognizes corporations for innovation that has resulted in the successful commercial development of new products and/or new processes for making useful products.


June 8, 2011: Xerox ranks 38th on World's Most Reputable Companies" list

The Reputation Institute ranked Xerox 38th on its "2011 Global RepTrak 100: The World's Most Reputable Companies" list.


June 2011: Xerox DocuMate 3115 awarded Editors Choice Award

Xerox DocuMate 3115 is awarded PCMag.com Editor's Choice award and Buyer's Laboratory, Inc (BLI) Outstanding Achievement" award for "Outstanding Control Panel Design.


June 2011: Buyer's Laboratory, Inc. (BLI)

Buyer's Laboratory, Inc. (BLI) recommends the Xerox DocuMate 3220 scanner for its high reliability.


June 2011: FTSE4Good Index Series

For the fourth consecutive year, Xerox has met the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, social and stakeholder engagement, human rights and environmental actions.


May 2011: ACS, A Xerox Company, is included in HRO Today's 2011 Bakers Best — Relocation Providers

Inclusion on the list is based solely on feedback from ACS clients submitted directly to the publisher.


May 2011: Xerox reached 100% in 2011 Corporate Equality Index and Best Places to Work Survey

Xerox achieved a 100% rating on the "2011 Corporate Equality Index and Best Places to Work Survey" administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The rating evaluates businesses that support equality for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees. Xerox has received a perfect score in four out of four years.


May 2011: Xerox wins Green IT Award

Xerox won the Green IT Awards' "Public Sector Project of the Year" for 2011. The award recognized Xerox's sustainable print project in collaboration with the UK's Department for Work and Pensions, which has significantly cut the amount of electricity used by the department.


May 2011: Xerox's 4th year as "World's Most Ethical Companies"

Xerox was named as one of the "World's Most Ethical Companies" by the Ethisphere Institute. This marks Xerox's 4th consecutive year on the list, which grades companies on criteria such as innovation contributing to public well-being and executive leadership.


May 2011: Xerox's Ready for Real Business

Web Marketing Association awards Xerox's Ready for Real Business campaign in its annual "Internet Advertising Competition Awards." These awards are the first and only industry-based advertising award competition dedicated exclusively to online advertising: Best B2B Interactive Application: Business of Your Brain Best B2B Website: Ready for Real Business Best B2B Integrated Digital Ad Campaign: Xerox Digital Campaign Best Professional Services — Rich Media Online Ad: P&G Banner Best Professional Services: Rich Media Online Campaign: Banner Campaign Outstanding Rich Media Online Ad: Marriot Banner and Ducati Banner


May 2011: Xerox ranks as "Top Company for Executive Women"

The National Association for Female Executives ranked Xerox as a "Top Company for Executive Women." Xerox once again appears on this list for its commitment to building a workplace that welcomes different people, different thinking, and different perspectives.


April 13, 2011: Diversity MBA Magazine

Diversity MBA Magazine placed Xerox No. 8 on their annual list "Front for Diversity Leadership: Best Places for Diverse Managers To Work."


Apr. 11, 2011: Xerox tops the list of Best Workplaces Hellas 2011

Xerox Hellas gained the distinction of leading the Best Workplaces 2011 list, in the category of businesses employing 50-250 individuals, within the framework of the relevant competition organized every year by "Great Place to Work" Institute Hellas.


April 7, 2011: Globe and Mail

The Globe and Mail honored Xerox Canada as one of the "Best Employers for New Canadians." Xerox was recognized for its work with various community agencies and support of initiatives that assist new Canadians.


April 3, 2011: Xerox Greece No. 1

Xerox Greece was listed as the No. 1 company on the "Best Workplaces 2011 survey" by the Great Place to Work Institute.


Xerox ranks No. 57 in Corporate Responsibility Magazine

Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranked Xerox No. 57 on its annual "100 Best Corporate Citizens List". Criteria for the rankings are climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights and philanthropy.


FTSE4Good Index Series

Created in 2001, the FTSE4Good Index is a series of benchmarks for socially responsible investors who want to measure performance using globally recognized standards. For the fourth consecutive year, Xerox has met the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, social and stakeholder engagement, human rights and environmental actions.


Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranked Xerox 57th on its annual "100 Best Corporate Citizens List"

Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranked Xerox 57th on its annual "100 Best Corporate Citizens List". Criteria for the rankings are climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights and philanthropy.


Xerox was again named as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies

Xerox was again named as one of the World's Most Ethical Companies by the Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to best practices in corporate social responsibility. This marks Xeroxs fourth consecutive year on the list, which grades companies on criteria such as innovation contributing to public well-being and executive leadership.


Xerox's Webster, N.Y. campus presented Environmental Performance Silver Award

Xerox's Webster, N.Y. campus was presented the Environmental Performance Silver Award by the New York Water Environment Association, Genesee Valley Chapter Industrial Issues Committee.


Xerox received Finning Chile"s Supplier Award 2010

Xerox also received Finning Chile"s Supplier Award 2010 for developing products with a focus on environmental protection, decontamination and energy conservation


March 3, 2011: Forbes.com "The 100 Best Corporate Citizens"

Forbes.com: "The 100 Best Corporate Citizens"


Feb. 2011: Xerox has earned a coveted spot in in the J.D. Power and Associates Certified Technology Service & Support (CTSS) Hall of Fame

Xerox was named to the Hall of Fame after achieving five consecutive years of certification in the J.D. Power and Associates CTSS program, one of the customer service industry's most prestigious recognitions.


FORTUNE magazine ranks Xerox in World's Most Admired Companies

FORTUNE magazine's annual ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies places Xerox at the No. 4 position in the computer industry


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2010


Healthcare Provider Solutions, from ACS, a Xerox Company, has received the following Best in KLAS awards (Based on Professional Services Top 20 Best in KLAS year-end survey):

  • 2010 — Best in KLAS (Top 20 year-end) Financial ERP Implementation

  • 2010 — Best in KLAS (Top 20 year-end) Technical Services


Xerox named one of the "20 Most Responsible U.S. Companies"

Xerox was named one of the "20 Most Responsible U.S. Companies" in Forbes magazine. Xerox scored well for its strong commitment to ethics, diversity, the environment, and safety.


Xerox Named to FTSE4Good Index

Xerox Named to FTSE4Good Index — Recognized for Global Environment and Social Responsibility Practices This stock index measures the performance of companies that meet globally recognized standards for corporate responsibility


Xerox ranked 25th in Newsweek magazine's 2010 Green Ranking

Xerox ranked 25th in Newsweek magazine's 2010 Green Rankings of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in America. Newsweek reviewed the various sectors such as green operations, reputation and policies, and environmental impact.


Xerox ranked 38th in Corporate Responsibility Magazine

Xerox ranked 38th on Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 11th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, one of the world's top corporate responsibility rankings based on publicly-available information.


Xerox named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2010

Xerox was named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2010 by Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.


FORTUNE magazine ranks Xerox in World's Most Admired Companies

FORTUNE magazine's annual ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies places Xerox at the No. 4 position in the computer industry


Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranks Xerox 38th on its 100 Best Corporate Citizens List

Corporate Responsibility Magazine ranked Xerox 38th on its 11th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List. The list is based on over 360 data points of publicly-available information in areas that include environment, climate change, human rights, philanthropy, employee relations, financial performance, and governance.


Xerox Germany one of the top three companies to receive the German Sustainability Award

Xerox Germany is one of the top three companies to receive the German Sustainability Award in the category of sustainable recycling. The award was established to explore the current status of sustainable development in Germany, encourage the acceptance of ecological and social responsibility and identify role models. It was awarded in late 2009.


Xerox to Invest $25 Million to Expand Upstate N.Y. Toner Plant

Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) will invest $25 million in the coming year to expand its EA Toner plant to handle the increasing worldwide need for chemically grown toner used in Xerox printers and production presses.


Xerox Employees Use Green Tactics to Boost Savings, Earn Earth Awards

Just how small is small? It's the question Xerox Corporation (NYSE:XRX) employees asked themselves when they set out to develop the smallest package possible for ColorQube® solid ink.


Xerox Takes Another Step Toward Zero Waste

New Recycling, Return Program Will Recover More Toner and Supplies for Reuse.


June 30, 2010: Xerox Earns Recognition for Citizenship Efforts

During the first half of 2010, a number of organizations that monitor corporate citizenship recognized Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) for its ongoing efforts in the areas of sustainability, diversity, governance and ethics as well as efforts to provide employees a great place to work.


April 1, 2010: Xerox Named to FTSE4Good Index

Company Recognized for Global Environment and Social Responsibility Practices.


Xerox and The Nature Conservancy Extend Forest Conservation Partnership

$1 million grant from Xerox will help stem the tide of forest loss, degradation.


Xerox ranked in Newsweek's 2010 Green Rankings.

Xerox ranked 25th in Newsweek's 2010 Green Rankings of the 500 largest publicly traded companies in America. Newsweek reviewed the various sectors like green operations, reputation and policies and environmental impact.


Xerox was named one of the 20 Most Responsible U.S. Companies in Forbes magazine.

Xerox was named one of the 20 Most Responsible U.S. Companies in Forbes magazine. Xerox scored well for its strong commitment to ethics, diversity, the environment and safety.


January 26, 2010: Xerox Earns Fourth Consecutive J.D. Power Certification

Xerox Corporation has been recognized by J.D. Power and Associates for providing "An Outstanding Customer Service Experience." This is the fourth consecutive year the company has achieved the esteemed certification for Excellence in Technology Service and Support. See news release.


Xerox Ranks 38th on Best Corporate Responsibility Citizen's List

Xerox ranked 38th on Corporate Responsibility Magazine's 11th annual 100 Best Corporate Citizens List, one of the world's top corporate responsibility rankings based on publicly-available information.


Xerox was named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2010

Xerox was named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies for 2010 by Ethisphere Institute, a leading international think-tank dedicated to the creation, advancement and sharing of best practices in business ethics, corporate social responsibility and sustainability.


FORTUNE magazine's annual ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies

FORTUNE magazine's annual ranking of the World's Most Admired Companies places Xerox at the No. 4 position in the computer industry.


Xerox Listed Among Bloomberg BusinessWeek's "World's 25 Most Inventive Companies"

Bloomberg BusinessWeek has ranked the world's most inventive companies based on the value of their patents, and their review ranks Xerox at No. 16.


Ursula Burns Among Black Enterprise's "Most Powerful Women" list

The list is compiled to represent senior corporate executives and leading entrepreneurs — women responsible for developing product lines, positioning brands, operating core business areas, generating revenues, and with profit and loss oversight at the highest levels.


ACS Acquisition

By purchasing ACS, the world's largest diversified business process outsourcing (BPO) firm, we become a $22 billion global leader in business process and document management.

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International Data Group's CIO magazine today named Xerox Corporation's Office Printing Business as a recipient of the 2000 CIO-100 award. The award program recognizes organizations around the world that exemplify the highest level of operational and strategic excellence.


Xerox has been presented with the Service Partnership Award by Staples Retail and Delivery, an operating unit of Staples, Inc. The award recognizes Xerox for excellence in customer service and field training.


CAP Ventures is the third information-technology research firm to validate that Xerox is No. 1 in total digital copier sales, accounting for 37 percent of all units placed in the United States in 1999.


In a survey on diversity efforts in Corporate America, Fortune magazine ranks Xerox No. 11. The survey considered not only the number of minorities at each company, but also the makeup of the board of directors, the top 50 executives, those in the ranks of "officials and managers" and the percentage of new hires.


Xerox is ranked No. 6 on "100 Best Corporate Citizens" list compiled by Business Ethics magazine. The magazine based the rankings on companies that "excel in serving multiple stakeholders well."


Xerox Corporation was named one of the 'Top Places to Work' by Connecticut magazine that selected just 18 of the state's 95,000 businesses. In its selection, the magazine consulted recruiters and personnel agencies throughout the state, requesting they identify firms in which potential employees express strong interest.


The American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC) has selected Xerox Corporation's Corporate Engineering Center as one of five benchmark organizations for "Building and Sustaining Communities of Practice."


The Xerox Resende plant in Brazil has been awarded with the "2000 National Award for Quality in the Workplace and Working Relations." The award recognizes the Brazilian companies that perform best in ten different working relationship quality indicators.


Two Xerox executives were recognized for "world-class knowledge leadership contributions to their organizations and the New Economy." Xerox's John Seely Brown and Yotaro Kobayashi are among the world's 10 Most Admired Knowledge Leaders.


SUMEX, Xerox's remanu-facturing facility in Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, won one of two AMIGO (Arizona Mexico International Green Organization) awards. SUMEX won the award for its efforts to promote and teach pollution prevention practices.


Xerox television (XTV) has been recognized as a finalist in the Audio Visual Awards 2000 in association with Sharp. For the second year running, XTV was nominated among the top three in the category "Excellence in the use of television" sponsored by Media Week.


Xerox has been recognized as one of the top 50 employers for Hispanic females by Latina Style magazine.


Xerox has won the U.S. Small Business Administration's (SBA) Award of Distinction, which recognizes large federal contractors that have exceptional small business subcontracting pro-grams.


The Women's Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) has recognized Xerox as one of the Top Corporations for Women's Business Enterprises. This list is based on WBEND's annual survey and analysis of corporate best practices in supplier diversity programs for women's business enterprises.


Xerox Canada was presented with the Spiritus Award, which recognizes individuals, groups or employers who have made significant contributions to the advancement of New Brunswick women in social, legal, economic or cultural areas.


Xerox ranks second among companies in the imaging/office equipment category on the 2000 "Global Most Admired" list of companies compiled by FORTUNE.


The Xerox Business Research Group (XBRG) was cited for best practices in "Gaining and Using Market Insight" by the American Productivity and Quality Center (APQC) in Houston.


International Olympic Committee President Juan Antonio Samaranch has recognized the efforts of all Xerox people in keeping the Olympic dreams burning as brightly as the flame that presides over the Sydney Games.


Xerox Chairman and CEO Paul Allaire has received the "Olympic Order," one of the highest honors that can be bestowed by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in recognizing distinguished service to the Olympics movement and personal achievement.


The American Productivity & Quality Center (APQC) has selected the Xerox Corporate Engineering Center as a benchmark organization for "Building and Sustaining Communities of Practice."


Xerox has been named vendor of the year for best technologies for 1999 by the Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, a federal Department of Energy facility outside San Francisco.


Xerox Canada has been selected vendor of the year at the annual Mail Boxes Etc. Canada national convention held in Ottawa.


Xerox has won two supplier awards from the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA): the Frances Perkins Vanguard Award for Excellence and the Dwight D. Eisenhower Award for Excellence.


Xerox has been recognized for its "world-class efforts in managing knowledge" by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research organization, and The KNOW Network, a Web-based community that shares best knowledge practices.


Xerox has been named "Private-Sector Employer of the Year" by CAREERS & THE disABLED magazine. Xerox received this award for its commitment to recruiting, hiring and promoting people with disabilities, and for supplying disabled employees and customers with customized products and services.


Xerox, which was ranked 87th in this year's Fortune 500 based on 1999 results, is ranked No. 5 among companies that Fortune groups under the category of Computers & Office Equipment.


Xerox is ranked No. 64 on Forbes magazine's list of the 'Super 100'—based on a composite ranking of sales, profits, assets and market value for 1999.


Fuji Xerox (FX) has received the "Nikkei BP Technology Award" in the ecology division for its plastics recycling system for copiers, jointly developed with Ube Cycon, Co., Ltd, at the tenth "Nikkei BP Technology Awards" sponsored by Nikkei Business Publications, Inc., a leading publisher of business technology information.


Fuji Xerox is ranked Number 1 in both in monochrome and color laser printers in a Customer Satisfaction Index (CSI) study conducted by J.D. Power Asia Pacific, Inc. in 1999.


Xerox has been recognized by Linkage, Inc. with a Best Practice Award for the company's Empowered Work Groups Change Initiative.


Xerox was selected by KMWorld magazine as the "Knowledge Company of the Year" for 1999. Xerox was cited for Eureka, a knowledge-sharing best practice that enhances customer service by increasing Xerox service teams' ability to diagnose, solve and prevent equipment problems in the field all over the world.


Xerox was honored at the State of the Lakes Ecosystem Conference (SOLEC) for "exceptional and distinguished achievement in Great Lakes ecosystem improvement." The United States and Canadian Consuls General, who presented the award, cited Xerox for its work on becoming a waste-free company.


Fuji Xerox Australia (FXA) has been recognized by the United Nations for its environmental leadership and has been placed on the "UN Global 500 Roll of Honour."


Xerox Europe's success in implementing sustainable development in its manufacturing operations was recognized by The Princes' Award Foundation, an independent, non-profit foundation supported by the European Environment Agency.


Fuji Xerox Ebina Plant has won the New Energy Minister of International Trade and Industry Prize, sponsored by the New Energy Foundation, for its best practice in the introduction of solar energy power generation equipment, in the 21st Century Type-Conserving Apparatuses and Systems awards.


The Xerox DocuPrint N2125 was selected among the "10 Best Products of 2000" by Government Computer News. The article summarizes the top ten products that tested the best in the Government Computer News labs during the past year.


The N3225/4025 have been selected as Best Buys by Office Solutions in the mid-volume laser printer category (16-49 ppm).


Xerox's Tektronix Phaser. 850 and Phaser 750 have each received an "Editor's Choice" award from Better Buys for Business, a prominent office equipment buyer's guide.


The Xerox DocuPrint M750 is listed in PC World's November 2000 Issue as one of the "Top Ten Inkjet Printers." Xerox released the M750 color inkjet printer in June 2000 as one of the first new printers as part of the SOHO Strategic Alliance.


The Xerox Document Centre 480, 470 and 460 digital products have each won an "Editor's Choice" award from Better Buys for Business, an influential office equipment buyer's guide.


The Xerox DocuColor 12 Copier/Printer has been named Product of the Year by participants at PrintImage International's conference in Chicago. Voted on by several hundred of the association's quick and small commerical print members, the DocuColor 12 beat out products shown by more that 100 companies in various categories.


PC World has honored Xerox with a 2000 World Class Award in the workgroup monochrome printer category for the Xerox DocuPrint N2125 Network Laser Printer. The DocuPrint N2125 impressed PC World with its quick speed, crisp text, "flawless" line art and gray-scale images.


The Xerox WorkCentre 490cx color inkjet all-in-one MFP outperforms Epson and Samsung MFP models when comparing printing and scanning quality.


The July 2000 edition of What To Buy for Business has named the Xerox WorkCentre Pro 765 a Best Buy in a review of the thermal and plain paper fax market.


Xerox has been recognized by dealers across the country as the Printer Manufacturer of the Year. Marketing Research Consultants, publishers of The Cannata Report, conducted the survey of 325 independent copier/printer dealers over the past 5 months.


PC World has honored Xerox with a 2000 World Class Award in the workgroup monochrome printer category for the Xerox DocuPrint N2125 Network Laser Printer. A member of the DocuPrint N Series, the N2125 also was No. 1 on PC World's Top 10 corporate printers chart in May.


The Xerox WorkCentre Pro 16fx, digital printer/copier/fax wins prestigious "Editor's Choice Award" from Buyers Laboratory Inc. Buyers Laboratory found Xerox's WorkCentre 16fx to demonstrate perfect reliability.


PC Magazine, reviewing the Tektronix Phaser 750 DX printer, says that it offers "good performance and high-quality output." "The Phaser 750DX offers the slickest network printer installation available to date," says the magazine's May 5 review.


According to estimates recently released by two leading information-technology research firms, Xerox Corporation is No. 1 in digital copier sales for the second consecutive year, accounting for more than 35 percent of all units placed in the United States in 1999.


KM World magazine has selected DocuShare as one of its KM Products of the Year. The editors cited DocuShare's tight integration with Microsoft Windows, enhanced security, powerful indexing and retrieval, file management in native formats, and centralized software deployment.


"To say that we were impressed with the network installation is an understatement..quite simply, this is the slickest network printer." The Phaser 850 receives a 4-star rating from PC Magazine for impressive printer performance, including high print quality and speed.


The Xerox WorkCentre XD100/102 named an "Outstanding Personal Multifunctional Product for 1999/2000" in Buyers Laboratory Inc.'s "Pick of the Year" awards. The laser-based digital copier/printer proved to be an excellent overall performer in Buyers Laboratory Inc. three-month in-depth product evaluation.


Xerox WorkCentre XD100 among PC Computing MVP Awards 2000 "Best of the Best". PC Computing review, "Prints a dozen copies a minute and the sharpness of laser printing. The XD100 connects to your PC to double as a 600-dpi printer for less than $500. Xerox is the way to go."


Xerox WorkCentre XD100 makes the A-List on Smart Business magazine's top digital copiers for the 1999 and counting. Excepts from past award listings tout, "no more paper jams; no more long lines at the copy machine. With the XD100, you can send copy and print jobs from your PC."


The Xerox Channels Group has been named "Best New Printer Vendor" for 1999 from DellWare, the division of Dell Computers that sells non-Dell branded IT products.


Xerox WorkCentre 470cx is recommend by CNETas a "Top Multifuntion Printer". "The $299 Xerox WorkCentre 470cx may cost the same as the HP OfficeJet 610, but it provides faster speeds and better output quality, states CNET."


Xerox Corporation has earned six awards in the "Digital Office Awards 2000" competition, sponsored by the Digital Times' Business Equipment Research & Test Laboratories. According to BERTL, the awards are based on lab tests conducted on several vendors' products during the past year.


The Color DocuTech 60 was chosen among the top 10 products for 2000 in a competition sponsored by The Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun Ltd. Fuji Xerox previously won the award in 1989, 1992, 1995 and 1996.


For the third year in a row, Better Buys for Business editors reaffirmed Xerox's position as one of the key leaders in the graphic arts industry by awarding top honor to three Xerox printers: the Xerox DocuTech 2000 Series 65, 6100 and 6135.


In the Commendation of 21st Century Type Energy-Conserving Apparatuses and Systems sponsored by The Energy Conservation Center (ECC), Fuji Xerox won the Commendation from the Director-General of the Agency of Natural Resources and Energy for seven models in the DocuColor 1250 series.


The Xerox Business Services (XBS) account team at Gartner Group and their co-supplier Pitney-Bowes received the Silver Innovation Award from a State of Connecticut quality improvement organization.


Xerox was given the 1999 Supplier of the Year Award from General Motors Corportion. The award recognized the achievement of Xerox's capabilities within the category of Corporate Services for our delivery of Multi-lingual and Knowledge Document Management Solutions.


Mail-Gard Concepts Inc. presented its first-ever President's Award to Xerox Corp., announced Leo Hertzog, president of Mail-Gard. The purpose of the award is for Mail-Gard to recognize Xerox for its role as one of Mail-Gard's valued strategic business partners.


Xerox Corporation has been recognized by the Flexible Packaging Association (FPA), the leading trade association for converters and suppliers of flexible packaging, with its 1999 Top Packaging Award for Xerox' groundbreaking recyclable ream wrap, introduced in early 1999.


We launch the Phaser 850 color printer—our first to utilize non-toxic, cost-saving solid ink technology—and raise the bar for office color printing with brilliant quality prints at a market-leading 14 pages per minute.


The company acquires Textronix, Inc.’s color printing and imaging division for US$925 million, a move that doubles our reseller base to 16,000 and helps us benefit from Tektronix’s proven online marketing ability.


We adopt an environmental position on paper sourcing, formalizing our goal to purchase from companies committed to sound environmental, health and safety practices and sustainable forest management.


Researchers at Xerox PARC invent a document display technology that is thin, flexible and portable, like paper, but capable of displaying different text and graphics when an electric charge is applied.


Launched to worldwide acclaim, these advanced printers are optimized for just-in-time printing, personalized printing, and printing for e-commerce and Internet delivery. We will sell about 5,000 units within two years.


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Xerox is No. 32 on the Div2000.com second annual Internet election. America's leading women and minority owned businesses selected the Fortune 500 companies and Government agencies that best promote multicultural business opportunities.


Xerox has been named as one of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity in DiversityInc.com's first annual list. Workforce diversity, employee policies and marketing strategies initiatives were among the factors used to determine a company's rank on the list. Xerox is ranked at No. 13.


Fuji Xerox won the Grand Prize at the Corporate Social Contribution Awards 2001, sponsored by the Asahi Shimbun foundation. The prize is given to the most outstanding company based on the 11th Corporate Social Contribution Survey.


Xerox is ranked No. 35 on MONEY's 2001 Best Company Benefits Survey that was sent to senior compensation and benefits executives at Fortune 200 companies.


Xerox has received the 2001 Employers of Choice award from the Minority Corporate Counsel Association. MCCA recognized Xerox's law department for its outstanding commitment and success at creating and maintaining an inclusive corporate legal department.


Xerox received diversity award from the National Business and Disability Council. Xerox is honored as a founding member of the council dating back to 1976 with 25 years of outstanding dedication to the employment of people with disabilities.


The Minority Corporate Counsel Association has honored Xerox with its Employers of Choice Award, which recognizes outstanding law departments that progress in changing the legal profession.


In FORTUNE's annual survey of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business, Xerox CEO and President Anne Mulcahy is ranked 6th. The list is a snapshot of power at a moment in time.


Xerox received a corporate award from the Houston chapter of the Native American Chamber of Commerce. The award was given to Xerox for its generous support of Native American suppliers.


ID Magazine, a premier international design magazine, has recognized PARC's Research in Experimental Documents (RED) team in this year's Interactive Media Design Review. The RED team has been awarded two honors for exhibits in "XFR: Experiments in the Future of Reading."


EXAME, the top Portuguese business magazine, invited Xerox Portugal along with over one hundred other companies to participate in a study by an external consultant to identify the best 15 companies to work for in Portugal.


In a survey on diversity efforts in Corporate America, Fortune magazine ranks Xerox No. 6, moving up from its spot at No. 11 last year. Fortune article states that "Xerox has reiterated its commitment to diversity, and with minorities accounting for 40% of new hires."


Xerox is among the 2001 MAKE Award Winners honored by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research organization, and The KNOW Network, a Web-based community that shares best knowledge practices.


Xerox Corporation ranks among the Top 100 e-businesses in the United States, according to the second annual InternetWeek 100 survey. InternetWeek magazine surveyed 350 companies in nine industries over a two-month period to identify the top 100 e-businesses.


Xerox was among the five winners of the 2001 Business Vision Awards, honoring innovative BroadVision® customers who combine vision, ingenuity and business value to unleash the full potential of their e-business initiatives.


Xerox has won the United States Pan Asian American Supplier Corporate Award for the third year in a row. The award is given to a U.S. Corporation that demonstrates a strong commitment to purchasing goods and services from Asian American Companies.


Xerox is ranked No. 5 on the Gay Financial Network's (gfn.com), online provider of financial and business news, information and services to the gay and lesbian community, annual list of the 50 most powerful Fortune 500-ranked, gay-friendly publicly traded companies.


Xerox has been ranked No. 2 on Working Woman magazine's first annual "Supplier Diversity" list, which recognizes the top 30 U.S. companies with the best track records for buying goods and services from minority- and women-owned businesses.


FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) is a program that unites engineers and high school students to advance interest in science and technology. This year two of Xerox's sponsored high school robotics teams captured awards at the 2001 FIRST Robotics Competitions.


Knowledge Management Society of Japan has named Fuji Xerox a Most Admired Knowledge Enterprise (MAKE). Fuji Xerox is recognized as a highly respected world leader in knowledge management.


The Xerox facility in Webster, N.Y., was awarded the 2001 New York State Water Environment Association Silver Compliance Recognition Award, recognized for excellent environmental compliance for wastewater discharge.


In recognition of Fuji Xerox's (FX) closed-loop system that promotes environmental preservation, FX received the "Environment For Tomorrow Prize" at the 2nd Environment For Tomorrow Prize Awards, sponsored by the Asahi Shimbun.


Fuji Xerox received the Minister of Economy Trade & Industry (METI) Award in the recycling technology and systems category for its closed-loop recycling system based on the reuse of parts in the manufacturing process.


Fuji Xerox has received the Earth Environment Committee Award for Corporate Excellence at the 10th Global Environment Awards, sponsored by the Japan Industrial Journal.


The Phaser 7700 color laser printer was honored by PC Magazine at the 18th annual Technical Excellence Awards ceremony held at Fall Comdex 2001. The Phaser 7700 received a Technical Excellence Award for its 22 page-per-minute print speed and photo-quality images.


Among the winners of the International Data Group (IDG) third annual PC World Latin American Awards, recognizing the best IT products and services in Latin America, was the Xerox Phaser 860. The Phaser 860 was named as Best Color Printer for Workgroups.


PC World magazine has announced the winners of their 19th annual World Class Awards. For the second year in a row, the DocuPrint N2125 has been awarded a "World Class Award" in the category of Best Workgroup Printer of 2001.


The Phaser 860 was honored with a Best of Show Award at this years MacWorld Expo in New York. Of the 11 products receiving this award, the 860 was the only printer included.


The Xerox DocuPrint N2125 takes the Best Buy Award for corporate laser printers in the June issue of PC World magazine.


The Xerox Phaser 1235 & DocuPrint N4525 have made the "A" List in Smart Business magazine. The DocuPrint N4525 took the Editor's Pick for Network Laser Printer, replacing the 4025, while the Phaser 1235 was chosen in the Network Color Printer category.


Xerox has received 45 awards and recognitions for its digital and networked office products since the beginning of 2001. The distinctions include Editor's Choice awards from PC Magazine, Better Buys for Business and CRN magazine.


The Phaser 2135DX scored five points out of five in PC Magazine's color laser roundup, garnering the Editor's Choice Award. The editors also gave high marks to the Phaser 1235N which scored a rating of four out of five points.


The Phaser 790DP has taken top honors in the March 12 issue of Computer Reseller News, winning the Editor's Choice Award. According to the article: "Output from the Phaser 790 looks excellent. Color accuracy and sharpness are top-notch. In addition, the printouts have a vibrancy and glossy finish that most other laser output lacks."


Wind River Systems, Inc., a provider of software and services for connected smart devices in the Internet age, has presented its "Cool Customer Design" award to Xerox for its DocuPrint M750 and DocuPrint M760 color inkjet printers.


Fuji Xerox received the Commendation from the Chairman of the Energy-Conservation Center (Energy Conservation Prize) for the second consecutive year in the Commendation of 21st Century Type Energy-Conserving Apparatuses and Systems awards sponsored by the Energy Conservation Center.


For the second straight year, Better Buys for Business has awarded top honors to three Xerox digital color copier/printers, reaffirming their dominance from the office to production-printing environments. The DocuColor 12, DocuColor 30 and DocuColor 40 were chosen for their superior image quality, speed and customer value.


The M760 takes the lead in the $150 to $249 category of inket printers with the DocuPrint M760. Smart Computing concludes "All in all, the DocuPrint M760 is a great package from several angles."


In an article titled, "Best: Great Stuff — Tested and Approved in Our Top-Secret Labs," Wired magazine names the Phaser 750DX the best printer in the Business Class.


Xerox has received top acclaim for its high-end printing and graphics arts products, both from a major industry publication and from print buyers who make printer purchasing decisions.


Xerox DocuColor 2000 Series Presses have won a spot on Digital Output magazine's list of "Readers' Choice Top 50 Products and Technologies."


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For the second consecutive year, Xerox Corporation earned recognition on Div2000.com's annual "Div50" list of "America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities" for 2002. Xerox was ranked No. 31, up one place from its No. 32 ranking for 2001.


Xerox Corporation was one of only 13 major U.S. companies to earn a perfect score—100 percent—on the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's first Corporate Equality Index. The index rates large corporations on policies that affect their gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors.


Xerox Canada has been cited on the "50 Best Companies to Work for in Canada" list published by the Toronto Globe and Mail's Report on Business Magazine.


Xerox Corporation made Fortune magazine's list of "Best of 2002 — Blue-Ribbon Companies" for appearing on at least five of Fortune's six major annual listings: the Fortune 500, the Global 500, Best Companies for Minorities, America's Most Admired Companies and Global Most Admired Companies.


Xerox has earned recognition in the 2002 Best of the Best: Corporate Awards for Diversity & Women report. The second annual report was produced by Diversity Best Practices and the Business Women's Network.


Xerox has been acknowledged as one of the top 75 U.S. companies offering benefits packages to attract and retain employees. The company was ranked 40th on Money magazine's annual list.


Xerox Chairman Anne Mulcahy has been ranked No. 6 on Fortune magazine's list of Most Powerful Women in Business.


Xerox Corporation has been named to CMP Media LLC's InformationWeek 500, a listing of the largest and most innovative users of information technology.


www.xerox.com has been cited in the 2002 NetMarketing 100 — BtoB magazine's list of the best business-to-business web sites. The magazine started the list six years ago and Xerox has been honored every year since.


Ursula Burns, senior vice president, president of the Document Systems & Solutions Group at Xerox, is ranked 28th on Fortune magazine's annual list of the 50 most powerful African-American executives in the United States.


For the fifth consecutive year, Fortune magazine has named Xerox Corporation as one of America's "50 Best Companies for Minorities." Xerox, ranked this year at No. 14, holds diversity as a core value; the company operates a range of programs to promote diversity, balance and inclusiveness across all operations and activities.


Xerox was one of 21 global companies recognized as winners in the 2002 Global Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) study, conducted by Teleos in association with The KNOW Network.


Xerox has been named as one of the top 100 IT workplaces in the United States, according to IDG's Computerworld annual "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" survey.


Xerox has been recognized as one of North America's top 10 Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises (MAKE) by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research company.


Xerox has received a Corporate Leadership Award for having personnel policies that are more equitable to unmarried workers than those of most other employers in the nation.


Xerox ranks eighth among companies in the Computers/Office Equipment category on the 2002 Most Admired Companies list. The ranking is listed by industry and by total points for key attributes.


The American Productivity & Quality Center has highlighted Xerox Connect for its best practices in knowledge retention. One of six companies selected by a detailed set of criteria by APQC.


Xerox's Rampur, India manufacturing facility received the British Safety Council's 2002 National Safety Award for its outstanding safety record. A team of employees from Xerox's Rampur, India, manufacturing facility proactively identified and eliminated a potential safety hazard in a standard maintenance procedure for toner manufacturing equipment.


Employee volunteers from the Xerox Technology Park in Dundalk, Ireland, were involved in several community outreach programs in 2002, including the planting of a wildflower garden three miles from the site.


The Xerox facility in Webster, N.Y., was awarded the 2002 New York State Water Environment Association Silver Compliance Recognition Award, recognized for excellent environmental compliance for wastewater discharge.


Computer Reseller News (CRN) has cited the Phaser 6200 as the Best Product of the Year in the printer category. The article, 2002 Product Of The Year Awards: A Recipe for Success, noted that the 6200 finished ahead of the HP LaserJet 2500 and Minolta-QMS Magicolor 2300.


PC Magazine has named the Phaser 6200 as among the Best Products of 2002. "The year 2002 saw the debut of sub-$1,000 color laser printers," according to the review. "But to get the best, you'll have to spend more — and we think the Xerox Phaser 6200DP Color Laser Printer is the one to spend your money on."


The Phaser 8200 has been nominated "Best Color Printer" by readers of the Business Equipment Digest Magazine, the United Kingdom's definitive authority on office products and technology. The award secures the 8200's position as one of the most desirable workgroup color printers now available.


The Phaser 860 was named "Product of the Year" at the 2002 TECH Awards in Portland, Ore. The TECH Awards honors the northwest's top technology leaders.


The Phaser 6200/8200 online campaign was awarded the trophy for "Best Business to Business Campaign in 2002" at the @d:Tech Awards in New York City. The @d:Tech Awards is the premier event for interactive advertising and marketing.


The Xerox Document Centre 555 was honored with an Editor's Choice Award from Better Buys for Business, one of the nation's leading authorities on document imaging equipment. It is the sixth year in a row that Xerox's Document Centre systems have been recognized by Better Buys for Business.


The 2002 VARBusiness Annual Report Card has rated Xerox as the number one network color printer vendor. Winners were selected based on survey responses from more than 5,000 channel partners who were asked to rate their satisfaction with a company's products, support and partnering activities.


The Phaser 6200 was honored with an Editor's Choice Award and a rating of 5 out of 5 in PC Magazine's color laser printer roundup. The article — "Color Printing Hit's the Fast Lane" — praised the Phaser 6200 for its output quality, ease of use and network management tools.


The Xerox Phaser 8200 was honored with an award of distinction during Smallbiztechnology.com's Technology Solutions Awards at PC Expo in New York. The 8200 won the award for the best "business/corporate printer" in the accessory/peripheral category.


The Phaser 7700 won the Excellence in Imaging Award in the category of Business Color Printer at this year's DigitalFocus media event held at the Photo Marketing Association (PMA) tradeshow. The Excellence in Imaging Awards are among the most prestigious awards in the field of digital imaging.


Nine Xerox digital color copier/printers, digital multifunction systems and network printers captured top honors with an Editor's Choice Award for 2002 from Better Buys for Business magazine.


Xerox received 10 top honors for Xerox color and monochrome production systems. The award-winning products include the latest introductions in the Xerox color production line, as well as the long-successful DocuColor 2000 Series Presses and DocuColor 12 Printer.


Three Xerox DocuTech 2000 Series systems were selected for the 2002 Editor's Choice Awards from Better Buys for Business magazine. Better Buys for Business recognized the DocuTech 2000 Series 6100, 6115 and 6135 production publishers.


Xerox has received a Global Anti-Counterfeiting Award for its efforts to combat the counterfeiting of Xerox toner and other consumable supplies worldwide.


Founded in 1970 as a Xerox division, Palo Alto Research Center Inc. (PARC) is incorporated as a wholly owned Xerox research company and continues to contribute relevant technology to our product offerings.


Anne M. Mulcahy, who started with the company in 1976 as a field sales representative, becomes chairman of Xerox Corporation on New Year’s Day (and remains CEO, a position she assumed in August 2001).


A multimillion dollar print and television ad campaign with the tagline, "There’s a new way to look at it," showcases the power of the Xerox brand and our unique ability to help businesses achieve better results.


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New York University named Xerox Corporation as the winner of its 2003 Prism Award. Each year a committee presents the award to a company that has demonstrated leadership in the field of graphic communications management and technology.


Xerox Corporation was named among 12 national finalists for the first annual "Most Caring Corporation in America" award, sponsored by The Caring Institute.


The Human Rights Campaign has released its second annual Corporate Equality Index, which measures a company's support for gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) employees. Xerox is one of only 21 major U.S. corporations that earned a 100 percent rating.


In recognition of its commitment to diversity and to fostering an inclusive corporate culture, Xerox has been ranked No. 9 among the "'Best Companies for Executive Women", according to a study by DiversityInc magazine.


Xerox has been acknowledged as one of the top 10 best companies for Asian Americans by DiversityInc magazine. Xerox is No. 5 on the list. DiversityInc re-examined data collected for its top companies for diversity survey to identify the best companies for Asian Americans.


In recognition of its commitment to diversity and to fostering an inclusive corporate culture, Xerox has been ranked No. 10 among the "Top 50 Companies for Diversity," according to a study by DiversityInc magazine.


Xerox Corporation was named No. 18 among the 50 top companies in Equal Opportunity magazine's 10th annual reader survey of "Top 50 Employers." The survey asked readers to name the companies for which they would most like to work or whom they believe are progressive in hiring members of minority groups.


Researchers at Selling Power magazine have identified Xerox as one of the best companies for salespeople to work for, ranking Xerox in the top 10 among some of the most respected manufacturing companies in the United States.


For the third consecutive year, Xerox Corporation earned recognition on DiversityBusiness.com's annual "Div50" list of "America's Top Organizations for Multicultural Business Opportunities." Xerox was ranked No. 26 on the 2003 list, up from its No. 31 ranking for 2002.


Xerox Corporation made Fortune magazine's list of "Best of 2003 — Blue-Ribbon Companies" for appearing on at least five of Fortune's seven major annual listings: the Fortune 500, the Global 500, Best Companies for Minorities, America's Most Admired Companies and Global Most Admired Companies.


Business Group Operations President Ursula Burns has been named to the Time/CNN Annual List of Global Business Influentials. The editors of Time magazine and CNN solicited nominations from their reporters.


The Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley chose Xerox Corporation as the recipient of its 2003 Business Leadership Award. Xerox was specifically cited for its early adoption of a non-discrimination policy that includes sexual orientation and gender identity, for offering domestic partner benefits, and for comprehensive diversity training.


Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy and Xerox Business Group Operations President Ursula Burns have been named to Fortune magazine's list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business.


InformationWeek magazine has ranked Xerox Corporation among the largest and "most innovative" users of information technology in the United States, in the magazine's annual "InformationWeek 500" list.


For the sixth time in seven years, Xerox do Brasil has been honored as one of the 100 best companies to work for in Brazil. The announcement came from Revista Exame, a key Brazilian business magazine that publishes the "100 Best Companies to Work For" annual list.


LATINA Style magazine has named Xerox Corporation among the top 50 employers for Latina women to work in the magazine's annual ranking. The companies selected are recognized for their enlightened employment policies.


BtoB magazine has cited www.xerox.com on its NetMarketing 100 list of the best business-to-business Web sites. The list is limited to b-to-b companies that use their Web sites to brand and to sell their products or services.


Xerox has won the Gold Lion in the Alternative Media category at the 2003 Cannes International Advertising Festival. The award cited the DocuColor 1632/2240 Ambient Launch Event in Europe.


Xerox Corporation has received the 2003 Corporate Leadership Award from the Urban League of Southwestern Connecticut Inc. The award is given annually to companies, "which by their deep commitment to opening doors of opportunity and generous investment of philanthropic resources, best exemplify support for the goals and values of the Urban League movement."


For the sixth consecutive year, Xerox Corporation has been named to Fortune magazine's list of America's "50 Best Companies for Minorities," reflecting the company's consistent efforts to support an inclusive environment both inside and out.


Xerox has been named as one of the top 100 IT workplaces in the United States, according to IDG's Computerworld annual "Best Places to Work in Information Technology" survey.


Girlfriends magazine's annual list of "Best Lesbian Places to Work" again includes Xerox, which the magazine notes has "been on our list as long as we can remember," citing practices such as generous benefits, broad nondiscrimination policies, and support for a gay employee group.


Xerox has been named one of the top 12 knowledge enterprises in North America by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research company. It is the sixth year that Xerox has been has been honored by Teleos for its knowledge management practices.


Hector Motroni, chief staff officer and chief ethics officer for Xerox Corporation, was named one of the "50 Most Important Hispanics in Business and Technology" by Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine.


US Black Engineer & Information Technology magazine has done its first survey of the "Top Supporters of Historically Black College and University Engineering Programs." Xerox was one of 42 companies and agencies named to the list.


In recognition of its ongoing effort to support the Asian Pacific American small-business community, Xerox has been named as one of the "Ten Best Companies for Asian Americans," an award sponsored annually by Asian Enterprise Magazine.


The Customer Respect Group, an international research and consulting firm that focuses on how corporations treat their customers online, released the results of the High-Tech Sector of its Winter 2003 Online Customer Respect Study. Xerox's corporate Web site — www.xerox.com — ranked No. 3 in customer respect.


Xerox Corporation has been named among the top 50 employers by CAREERS & the disABLED magazine. Readers were asked to name the employers, both in the private and public sectors, for whom they would most like to work, or that they believe would provide a progressive environment for people with disabilities.


Xerox ranks No. 9 among companies in the Computers category, in Fortune magazine's 2003 "America's Most Admired Companies" list. Companies are rated using eight criteria: social responsibility, long-term investment value, employee talent, quality of products/services, innovation, use of corporate assets, financial soundness and quality of management.


Harris Interactive performed its Annual RQ 2002 survey, which measures the corporate reputations of the 60 most visible companies nationwide — Xerox ranked No. 21 on this year's list. The study also addresses corporate sincerity, corporate citizenship and ethical standards.


Xerox has once again been named to Hispanic Magazine's Corporate 100 list, recognizing companies that excel in providing business and job opportunities for Hispanic Americans. The companies are chosen based on recruitment efforts, diversity training, ethnic representation of its board members and minority business initiatives.


Minority Engineer magazine has named Xerox Corporation among the top 50 companies for minorities. In the magazine's Annual Career Preference Survey, readers were asked to name employers, both public and private, for whom they would most like to work or that they believe would provide a positive working environment for members of minority groups.


Xerox Supplies Mexico (SUMEX) has been awarded the 2003 the Arizona Mexico International Green Organization award (AMIGO). SUMEX has received the AMIGO award in 5 of the last 6 years for their work in the pollution prevention or process improvement categories.


The National Irish Safety Organization has recognized the Xerox Technology Park in Dundalk, Ireland for excellence in occupational health and safety for a third year in a row.


Electronic Publishing magazine has honored the DocuColor 3535 with a "Hot Product" designation for 2003. The editors noted that the products cited in the article are "truly innovative."


The Phaser 7300/DN has been listed among PC Magazine's Best Products of 2003. The editors noted that the 7300/DN "blows away competing printers in terms of speed and offers excellent print quality" and that installation is "ridiculously easy."


Computer Reseller News (CRN) named the Phaser 6250 the Best Product of the Year in the printer category, and Better Buys for Business has bestowed its Editor's Choice award on the Phaser 3450.


Xerox has become the first company to take the top spot in three consecutive Industry Analysts end-user studies in the same year.


Xerox received a CMP "Best of Show" Award for its DocuShare software, at the 2003 TECHXNY trade show. CMP editors selected DocuShare 3.1, Xerox's document and content management software, as the winner in the "Best Business Application" category.


Readers of Transform Magazine, an industry trade publication with more than 50,000 qualified subscribers, selected Xerox's office multifunction technology as a favorite in the magazine's Readers' Choice Awards.


Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Partnership, Inc. (CQIA) will award Xerox with a Gold CQIA Innovation Prize for its Xerox Copier Assistant software on October 16, 2003. The Xerox Copier Assistant is software that enables blind and visually impaired users to make digital copies without the aid of others.


Xerox's newest digital copiers and multifunction systems have earned "Editor's Choice" awards from Better Buys for Business, a leading independent research and evaluation guide. Xerox captured top rankings for mid-volume copiers and multifunction devices with its CopyCentretm, WorkCentre® and WorkCentre® Pro systems.


Xerox's technology that makes it easier for blind and visually impaired people to use a copier has won the Information Technology Association of America's 2003 "IT Works Ability Award."


Xerox received 14 top industry awards in a variety of categories for its office products. The accomplishments include three Best of 2002 designations, nine Editor's Choice awards, a 2003 Highly Recommended designation, and a Best Buy title.


At the 2003 EDUCAUSE conference a panel of judges consisting of higher education technology administrators and key technology decision makers scanned the exhibit floor looking for products and services they judge as exceptional and worthy of serious consideration.


Xerox has been recognized as the "2003 Supplier of the Year" by Siemens Medical Solutions (SMS). Xerox has implemented a nationwide managed services print standardization solution across all major SMS divisions in the United States.


In honoring us with its 2003 Corporate Innovation Recognition Award, IEEE cites our DocuTech line, "which unified digital electronics, computing and communications with xerography to create the print-on-demand industry."


Launched only last year (2002), the iGen3 Digital Production Press continues to populate a receptive global digital printing market as we deliver our 100th system.


We join Microsoft and other companies as founding sponsors of the Information Work Productivity Center at MIT, an effort formed to study how organizations can use technology to increase productivity.


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Xerox ranked among the "Top Corporations for Multicultural Business Opportunities for 2004," according to the fifth annual list — the Div50 — produced by DiversityBusiness.com (formerly Div2000.com).


For the third year, Xerox Corporation has earned a 100 percent rating on the Corporate Equality Index, a report issued by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation. The index rates major U.S. corporations on their records toward lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors.


Xerox "national leadership" on diversity-related issues has earned it a top spot on DiversityInc magazine's "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" list. Companies were evaluated based on their measurement programs for evaluating diversity success in key areas such as CEO commitment, employee demographics, and corporate communications.


Xerox "national leadership" on diversity-related issues has earned it a top spot on DiversityInc magazine's "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" list. Companies were evaluated based on their measurement programs for evaluating diversity success in key areas such as CEO commitment, employee demographics, and corporate communications.


The Toronto Globe and Mail's magazine — Report on Business — has cited Xerox in its ranking of corporate social responsibility of companies that conduct business in Canada. Companies from 10 industry sectors were scored and ranked on a variety of social and environmental indicators.


A new report on corporate America's commitment to diversity shows that Xerox — which holds diversity and inclusion as core values in its culture — ranks among the "best of the best." The report, titled Best of the Best: Corporate Awards for Diversity and Women 2003-2004, made its assessments by evaluating 45 of the latest "best company" lists.


Xerox's Oklahoma City Supplies Manufacturing Plant has been recognized by the U.S. Department of Labor's Occupational Safety and Health Administration as one of its Voluntary Protection Program sites.


CEO Anne Mulcahy was named among the 19 best managers of 2004 in the cover story of Business Week magazine's January 10 issue. According to the article, "The Best & Worst Managers of the Year," some of 2004's strongest performances came from executives in a cleanup role.


For the seventh year in a row, Xerox has been named one of the world's Most Admired Knowledge Enterprises by Teleos, an independent knowledge management research company, and the KNOW Network ( www.knowledgebusiness.com), a global community of knowledge-driven organizations.


Xerox Corporation has been named a 2004 "Blue-Ribbon Company" by Fortune magazine, a designation for appearing on at least five of Fortune's eight major annual listings, including the Fortune 500, the Global 500, Best Companies for Minorities, America's Most Admired Companies and Global Most Admired Companies.


Acknowledging Xerox and its longstanding leadership as a champion for diversity, Diversity Best Practices and The Business Women's Network have honored Xerox chairman and chief executive officer Anne M. Mulcahy with the 2004 Diversity CEO Leadership Award.


Xerox Canada was named Best Employer in Quebec by Watson Wyatt's third annual Best Employers Challenge. Xerox was the only company to win the award in the category of "more than 500 employees." The 2004 "Défi Meilleurs Employeurs" (Best Employers Challenge) recognizes Québec-based organizations that provide a healthy and stimulating work environment.


Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy and Xerox Business Group Operations President Ursula Burns have been named to Fortune magazine's list of the 50 Most Powerful Women in Business.


Exame magazine and the Great Place To Work Institute named Xerox do Brazil one of the best companies to work for in Brazil. This is the seventh year the company has made the list of the top 150 companies.


Xerox Corporation has been named to the Top 10 of CMP Media LLC's InformationWeek 500, a listing of the nation's most innovative users of information technology.


Xerox's corporate Web site at www.xerox.com has been recognized as one of the country's top business-to-business Web sites by BtoB Magazine, a trade publication covering business marketing, Internet initiatives, and advertising.


Xerox has been named to the seventh annual "LATINA Style 50," a ranking based on companies' policies and practices for Hispanic women. Companies were assessed on such factors as number of Latina executives, mentoring programs, educational opportunities, alternative work policies, dependent/child care support, employee benefits, and Hispanic relations.


InfoExame magazine has placed Xerox do Brasil at number 11 on their list of the 200 best information technology companies in Brazil. The magazine judged the companies on 12 parameters including financial performance, sales growth and profit.


The Upstate New York Regional Minority Purchasing Council Inc. has recognized Xerox's commitment to supplier diversity by singling out two Xerox employees for recognition: Ken Syme as the 2004 Corporate Executive of the Year. Syme, and Bill Kornylo, as the 2004 Upstate Volunteer of the Year.


Xerox was included in IDG Computerworld's "100 Best Places to Work in IT"annual ranking, moving up to No. 65 from No. 81 last year. The ranking and reflects Xerox's longstanding commitment to diversity and to fostering a top workplace environment.


Xerox was named to Fortune magazine's list of "50 Best Companies for Minorities" and at No. 17 was the highest-ranking technology company. The 50 companies on Fortune's list "match a diverse workforce with diversity in their management ranks and on the board."


Technology Marketing magazine has cited Xerox with an ICON Award that recognizes the best marketing communications for and by technology companies. Winners were selected in 36 categories from a pool of 400 entries.


Xerox do Amazonas (XAM) has been ranked among Brazil's top 150 exporters by Suframa, the Brazilian government agency that is responsible for international trade.


Asian Enterprise magazine has named Xerox among the best companies for Asian-Americans for the second year in a row. The Asian Enterprise awards were created to acknowledge Asian entrepreneurs as well as Fortune 500 firms that provide opportunities for Asian-Pacific Americans and people of color.


Essence magazine named Xerox to its "30 Great Places to Work List," based on a survey of 162 companies. Six major categories were explored, including organizational commitment to diversity; career development and advancement; work-life balance; representation in the workforce; community involvement and support; and inclusive culture.


Xerox Canada was among three companies that have been featured for their diversity programs by Canadian Business magazine. The magazine published an article that reported on changes in the Canadian workforce and how companies are responding to workplace diversity.


Chief Staff Officer and Chief Ethics Officer Hector Motroni and Patricia Elizondo, senior vice president, major account operations, have been selected for Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine's "50 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business" list for 2004.


The Customer Respect Group, an international research and consulting firm, has given Xerox.com an overall Customer Respect Index rating of 9.0. A 10 is the highest achievable score.


Xerox has been awarded a Silver Telly Award in the employee communication category for the DVD video, Xerox Innovation at Work. The employee video is an informational and motivational program that chronicles Xerox's upcoming corporate participation at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games in Athens.


Xerox Corporation ranked No. 130 on Fortune magazine's annual Fortune 500 list. The ranking of America's largest companies was compiled by Fortune on the basis of 2003 revenue. Xerox had 2003 revenue of $15.7 billion.


The Xerox Brand Advertising Campaign has won the BusinessWeek Award for Excellence in Corporate Advertising for the second year in a row. The award recognizes the top 12 performing campaigns in BusinessWeek as measured by Starch Research.


Xerox Corporation has been named a top "Designer-Friendly Company" by influential Graphic Design USA magazine. Xerox is among 100 companies featured in the publication's 2004 directory "that care about providing top-flight products and services, adding value and finding solutions, communicating with and standing behind the creative community."


Fortune magazine's annual "Global Most Admired Companies" survey put Xerox No. 4 in the "computers" industry category, behind only IBM, Microsoft and Dell. Xerox achieved an overall score of 6.75.


Xerox moved up to No. 3 in the "computers and office equipment" category on the Fortune magazine 2004 lists of "America's Most Admired Companies." Xerox was ranked No. 9 in its category last year.


Hispanic Magazine has again named Xerox to its Top 100 Companies list, a compilation of companies that excel in providing business and job opportunities for Hispanics. Xerox has been on the "Corporate 100: The One Hundred Companies Providing the Most Opportunities to Hispanics" list each year since 1995.


Xerox was named one of the top 30 companies for executive women to work by the National Association for Female Executives, a major association for women professionals and business owners.


U.S. Black Engineering & Information Technology magazine has named Ursula Burns to its "50 Most Important African-Americans in Technology" list for 2004. According to the magazine, "honorees are chosen for this annual list based on their work in making technology part of global society."


Xerox Canada has been recognized for the second consecutive year as one of the 50 Best Employers in Canada by the Globe and Mail's Report on Business magazine. Gaining six spots, Xerox Canada is ranked No. 44 and is the only office equipment manufacturer to make it into this year's list.


Recognizing an innovative way to further control pollution at Xerox's Webster, N.Y., plant, the Genesee Valley Chapter of the New York Water Environment Association has awarded Xerox its 2004 Industry Award for Pollution Prevention.


For the third consecutive year, the Xerox facility in Webster, N.Y., has been awarded the New York State Water Environment Association Silver Compliance Recognition Award.


The 2004 Basex Excellence awards were presented by Basex, a leading research and consulting firm that pioneered collaborative business knowledge research, honor organizations for their leadership and technological innovation in the field of Collaborative Business Knowledge.


The Phaser 7750DN maintains PC Magazine's æEditors' Choice' designation in the color laser printer category that it received in April 2004. The Phaser 7750 receives high marks for speed, paper handling and quality.


Buyers Laboratory Inc. has honored three Xerox desktop products with a Pick of the Year award for Fall 2004: Xerox Phasertm 4500DX, Xerox Phasertm 7750GX, and Xerox WorkCentretm M20i.


Better Buys for Business has awarded top honors to Xerox printers and multifunction systems. "Xerox continues to deliver outstanding printers, copiers and multifunction devices at every level from office environments all the way to full-scale commercial printing operations," said Jon Bees, editor-in-chief, Better Buys for Business.


The Phaser 7750 received a rating of 5 out of 5 and first place in this tabloid color printer roundup in Mac Design, and was praised for its print speed, color tools, and IT support tools in Digital Publishing Solutions.


For the second consecutive year, Better Buys for Business has awarded an "Editor's Choice" designation to the Xerox WorkCentretm M15/M15i multifunction product.


For the third consecutive year, Xerox has been named the top network color printer vendor in CMP Media's VARBusiness magazine, a leading industry publication for value-added resellers who market high-technology products, solutions and services.


Xerox Phaser 8400 has been honored with a Better Buys for BusinessHot Pick award and has been added to their 2004 Color Laser Printer and Business Inkjet Printer Guide.


The Xerox WorkCentre M15i earned the Better Buys for Business Editor's Choice award for the second consecutive year. The award will be published in the August issue of Better Buys' 2004 Low-Volume Copier and Multifunctional Guide.


The Xerox DocuMate 510 scanner has received four out of five stars and a positive review in the April 2004 issue of PC World. The reviewer was impressed with both the speed and the accuracy of the DocuMate 510.


The Xerox DocuMatetm 252 duplex scanner, unveiled at the 2004 AIIM trade show, has been awarded the AIIM E-DOC Magazine 2004 "Best of Show Award" for "best desktop scanner."


The CopyCentre C40, a color stand-alone copier was chosen for its strong print performance and ability to serve both color and black-and-white printing needs.


The Phaser 3450 laser printer rounded out Xerox's most recent award wins and was commended for its processing power, ability to handle large monthly workloads of up to 100,000 pages, and expanded paper capacity of up to 1,100 pages.


The WorkCentre Pro 40, an advanced color multifunction system that copies, prints, scans and faxes, was chosen for its strong print performance and ability to serve both color and black-and-white printing needs.


Xerox receives top honors from three leading computer publications, all citing Xerox office products as the best in their class. The Phaser 6250 was named PC Magazine's "Best Color Laser of 2003" and CRN's "Product of the Year" in the printer category, and the Xerox DocuColor 3535 copier-printer was honored as an Electronic Publishing "Hot Product of 2003."


Better Buys for Business has awarded top honors to Xerox printers and multifunction systems. "Xerox continues to deliver outstanding printers, copiers and multifunction devices at every level from office environments all the way to full-scale commercial printing operations," said Jon Bees, editor-in-chief, Better Buys for Business.


Xerox and Its Customers Lauded for Digital Color Printing Excellence; Innovative Applications Recognized with 13 Industry Awards

Demonstrating its expertise in digital color printing for commercial print and graphic arts environments, Xerox and two of its customers — Tucker Printers and Mercury Print Productions — were honored with a total of 13 awards from two recent competitions: the 2004 Gold Ink Awards and the 2004 International Association of Print House Craftsmen Gallery of Superb Printing awards.


Xerox has received the 2004 Distinguished Partner Award from Taylor Development, the support organization that provides services for the businesses that are part of Taylor Corporation.


The Graphic Arts Technical Foundation, one of the world's leading centers for graphic communications research and education, recently selected the Xerox iGen3tm Digital Production Press to receive its esteemed 2004 InterTech Technology Award.


The DocuColor 12 copier/printer and DocuColor 3535 multifunction system earned Editor's Choice Awards. "With an impressive offering ranging from color copiers and multifunction devices to black-and-white printers, Xerox is a dominant force in the industry," said Jonathon Bees, editor, Better Buys for Business.


KIOSK magazine sponsors an awards competition within the interactive kiosk marketplace to seek out self-service kiosk projects and products that are "setting standards of kiosk excellence & challenging existing technology." The Brooklyn Public Library / Pharos Library was awarded "Best Public Access Kiosk Application" supported by Xerox Global Services.


Our Nuvera digital copier-printers launch, creating a new mid-production market segment, and the Phaser 8400 is unveiled as the industry’s first office color printer to run at 24 ppm in color or black and white.


We achieve the 10,000th installation of our reliable, globally trusted DocuColor 2000 Series press—a significant accomplishment that speaks to our top market share position in digital production color printing.


Our iGen3 Digital Production Presses — installed worldwide — reach a major milestone with more than one billion pages printed since the system’s launch at Graph Expo in 2002.


The company rolls out a new signature logo—depicted simply as "XEROX"—to replace "The Document Company – Xerox" corporate signature, which was adopted in 1994.


We're proud to receive the inaugural Innovate in France Award from the French government’s Invest in France Agency for our contributions to innovation and research at our facilities in Meylan, France.


We target drupa 2004, the world’s largest printing trade show, to introduce seven digital systems, an expanded suite of services and workflow tools that reinvent traditional printing and drive customer profit.


We celebrate our 40th and final year of Olympic sponsorship—which began with the 1964 Winter Games in Innsbruck, Austria—by documenting the legacy of the 2004 Summer Games in Athens, Greece.


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Xerox closed 2004 by winning seven industry awards from Better Buys for Business and Buyers Laboratory Inc., two independent research organizations.


Minorities in Business Magazine has recognized Xerox for its commitment to diversity with the "MIB Corporate Diversity Leadership Award 2005."


For the fourth year, Xerox Corporation has earned a 100 percent rating on the Corporate Equality Index, a report issued today by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.


Xerox's demonstrated leadership in diversity makes it one of the "30 Best Companies for Diversity," according to a new list announced by Black Enterprise magazine.


DiversityInc magazine's "Top 50 Companies for Diversity list" now is in its fifth year, and editors said "it's time to applaud those 10 companies that have made it onto the list every time." Xerox is one of the 10 companies cited in the DiversityInc Hall of Fame.


DiversityInc magazine has ranked Xerox No. 7 among the 2005 "Top 50 Companies for Diversity," up from the No. 10 ranking it held each of the past two years. This is the fifth time Xerox has competed and been ranked by DiversityInc.


Demonstrated successes in and commitment to diversity, philanthropy and related activities led Xerox Corporation to be named No. 10 in Business Ethics magazine's 2005 list of the nation's "100 Best Corporate Citizens."


A new global business ranking was unveiled at the World Economic Forum, identifying the top 100 companies that are leading the way to a more sustainable world. Xerox Corporation was among the 20 U.S. companies recognized on the list.


Fortune magazine has recognized Xerox as a 2005 "Blue-Ribbon Company," a designation given to companies appearing on the most Fortune lists in one year. Xerox appeared on four of Fortune's seven major annual listings: the Fortune 500, the Global 500, America's Most Admired Companies and Global Most Admired Companies.


Fortune magazine issued its annual "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, naming Xerox chairman and CEO Anne M. Mulcahy and Business Group Operations president Ursula Burns to the list once again.


The Wall Street Journal has named Anne M. Mulcahy to its global "50 Women to Watch 2005" list, including Xerox's chairman and CEO as No. 4 in a feature titled, "Running the Show."


BtoB magazine, a leading magazine for marketing strategists, gave Xerox Corporation its 2005 "Best Award" in the print advertising category for Xerox's Color Campaign.


The Gay Alliance of the Genesee Valley, an education and advocacy organization based in Rochester, N.Y., has granted Xerox Corporation the 2005 Courageous Leadership Award, which "recognizes a company that has made a bold, confident action in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community."


The Xerox brand advertising campaign has won the BusinessWeek Award for Excellence in Corporate Advertising for the third year in a row. The award recognizes the top 12 performing campaigns in BusinessWeek as measured by Starch Research out of a total of 50 campaigns.


Xerox Corporation's New York-based manufacturing operations have been named "Assembly Plant of the Year" by Assembly magazine, a leading industry publication for manufacturing and design engineers, managers and assembly professionals.


Xerox Corporation's North American Teleweb Operations in Canada have earned a Gold Trophy from the National Quality Institute — the highest honor under the NQI's prestigious Canada Awards for Excellence program.


Hispanic Business magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its inaugural list of "Top 40 Companies for Hispanics." The Hispanic Business "Top 40 Companies" list measures a company's commitment to Hispanics in the workplace, and it examines how companies reach Hispanics in recruitment, promotion, procurement, community support and marketing.


LATINA Style magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its 2005 list of 50 best companies for Latinas to work in the United States.


Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy has been ranked No. 6 on the Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women in Business" list. Forbes rankings are "based on a composite of visibility (measured by press citations) and economic impact.


Xerox Corporation ranked No. 381 on Fortune magazine's 2005 "Global 500" list. The ranking of the world's largest companies was compiled by Fortune on the basis of 2004 revenue. Xerox had 2004 revenue of $15.7 billion.


Xerox Canada has improved its ranking among Canada's most profitable companies by more than 100 places — to 108 in 2004 from 219 in the previous year.


Xerox Corporation has once again been named among the "100 Best Places to Work in IT" according to IDG's Computerworld . This honor is part of the weekly IT publication's 12th annual "Best Places to Work in IT" survey.


Xerox won two awards from the Public Relations Society of America for the company's Office Makeover contest and the launch of the Xerox Nuvera line. Both PR programs won Silver Anvils, considered the icon of public relations best practices.


Rhonda Seegal, Xerox vice president and treasurer, has been named one of the "100 Most Influential People in Finance" by Treasury & Risk Management magazine. The magazine noted, "Seegal has been instrumental in improving Xerox's financial position and helped lead the company's $3.6 billion recapitalization."


Xerox's corporate Web site — www.xerox.com — was ranked No. 2 in the High Tech category in a new report by the Customer Respect Group, an international research and consulting firm that focuses on how corporations treat their customers online.


Human Resource Executive magazine has named Patricia M. Nazemetz to its list of the "top 25 most powerful women in human resources." Nazemetz is Xerox's vice president for Human Resources.


Xerox Corporation ranked No. 132 on Fortune magazine's annual Fortune 500 list. The ranking of America's largest companies was compiled by Fortune on the basis of 2004 revenue. Xerox had 2004 revenue of $15.7 billion.


Xerox has been singled out by Essence magazine for the company's commitment to recruiting, welcoming and mentoring African-American women.


Hispanic Trends magazine has named Hector Motroni to its list of "top 25 Hispanic executives in key U.S. industries." Motroni is Xerox's chief staff officer and chief ethics officer.


Xerox has been ranked among private-sector organizations that are the most supportive of the nation's historically Black engineering schools.


Fortune magazine's eighth annual "Global Most Admired Companies" survey put Xerox No. 2 in the "computers" industry category, behind only IBM.


Xerox was named one of the 2005 "50 Best Companies to Work For in Ireland," according to a detailed European study conducted by the Great Place to Work Institute Ireland and Discovery Research.


Xerox was No. 4 in the "computers" category on the Fortune magazine 2005 lists of "America's Most Admired Companies." Xerox had an overall score of 6.67, up from its score last year of 6.13 when it was ranked No. 3.


Hispanic Magazine has named Xerox to its "Hispanic Corporate 100: One Hundred Companies Providing the Most Opportunities for Hispanics" list. Xerox has held a spot on the magazine's Top 100 list every year since 1995.


The ability of women to lead and succeed at Xerox Corporation has earned the company a top spot on the 2005 Top 30 Companies for Executive Women list, released by the National Association for Female Executives, a women's professional and business association.


Black Enterprise magazine has announced its 2005 list of the "75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America" — and three Xerox executives made the list: Quincy Allen, Ursula Burns, and Emerson Fullwood.


As part of "Flex Your Power" — California's energy efficiency marketing and outreach campaign — the California Public Utilities Commission has recognized Xerox Corporation as an "Energy Efficiency Leader" for its efforts to operate an energy-efficient campus in El Segundo.


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced its second annual list of Fortune 500 companies that are designated as "Best Workplaces for Commuters." Xerox Corporation was on the list as one of about 50 Fortune 500 companies that "offer excellent commuter benefits to at least 10 percent of their U.S. work forces."


Xerox India Ltd. has received the International Safety Award for its Rampur plant from the British Safety Council for the sixth year in a row. The award demonstrates Xerox's global commitment to environmental protection, health and safety practices that ensure the well-being of employees, customers and the community.


The Xerox Supplies manufacturing plant in Oklahoma City, Okla., is among 54 facilities to have earned membership in the U.S. EPA's National Environmental Performance Track Program.


On Nov. 4, 2004, the Genesee Valley Chapter of the New York Water Environment Association awarded Xerox its 2004 Industry Award for Pollution Prevention, recognizing Xerox's innovative way to further control pollution at its Webster, N.Y., plant.


Two technologies developed at the Xerox Research Centre Europe captured awards in the Wall Street Journal's 2005 Technology Innovation Awards contest. Technologies for image and text categorization were both selected as runners-up in the software category.


Xerox has been named "Tech Innovator of the Year" in the printing and imaging category by VARBusiness magazine, a leading industry publication for value-added resellers that market high-technology products, solutions and services.


Xerox has been recognized for the best business applications in SoftSummit's 2005 Summit Awards. The panel of independent judges noted that Xerox differentiates its printers through value-added software.


For the fourth consecutive year, Xerox has been named the top network office color printer vendor in VARBusiness magazine, a leading industry publication for value-added resellers who market high-technology products, solutions and services.


A review in PC World has awarded the Phaser 4500N first place in the "Workgroup Laser Printer" chart, netting 3.5 out of 5 stars. PC World editors praised the Phaser 4500N for its ease of use, simple network installation and overall performance, noting it was the fastest printer in its class.


Better Buys for Business has named the WorkCentre M20/M20i and CopyCentre 118/WorkCentre M118/WorkCentre M118i "Editor's Choice" in the 2005 Low-Volume Copier and Multifunctional Guide.


IT Week has given the Phaser 4500N five out of five stars and its Editor's Choice distinction. The review highlights output quality and connectivity.


The WorkCentre Pro C2636 has taken top honors in InfoWorld's color multifunction roundup. The multifunction system received the highest overall score of 8.6 out of 10.


The Xerox Office Group has been recognized for excellence in user documentation by the Society for Technical Communication (STC) at their annual International Conference in Seattle.


The WorkCentre C2424 has received more awards and honors from industry leading publications and test labs. These include a special achievement award from Buyers Laboratory Inc. and an "A+" Rating from Government Computer News.


The Xerox DocuMatetm 272 duplex scanner, unveiled at the AIIM trade show in mid-May, has been awarded the AIIM E-DOC Magazine 2005 "Best of Show Award" for "best workgroup scanner."


Within the first month of availability, Xerox's new WorkCentretm C2424 solid ink color multifunction system has earned accolades from three leading independent reviewers and research organizations: Better Buys for Business, VARBusiness, and BERTL.


At Networld + Interop, a leading information technology trade show, Network Computing magazine awarded Xerox a distinguished Well-Connected Award.


The Xerox DocuMatetm 262 duplex scanner has received the prestigious Editors' Choice Award from PC Magazine and was given a rating of 4 1/2 out of 5. The PC Magazine Editors' Choice Award is given out to the products and services that stand out from others in their category.


The Phaser 5500DN received PC Magazine's æEditors' Choice' designation and a rating of 4 1/2 out of 5. The Phaser 5500 is praised for its speed, print quality and paper handling capabilities.


The Phaser 3150 was named æProduct of the Year' in the monochrome laser printer category in the Small Business Computing's Excellence in Technology Awards, beating out the Lexmark E323 and Brother HL-5140.


Macworld Magazine awarded the Xerox Phaser EX7750 color laser printer with EFI Fiery color network server a "Best of Show Award" during the Macworld Conference and Expo in San Francisco.


Each year, Digital Output magazine recognizes 50 companies as "Top Product Innovators." The graphic arts trade publication compiles responses from readers throughout the year, and the most popular products and technologies make the list.


Xerox and two of its commercial printing customers — Tucker Printers and Automated Graphic Systems — won six "Gold Ink Awards" for high-quality books, posters and personalized marketing materials, all of which were produced with Xerox digital technology.


Xerox's 4110tm Copier/Printer, a 110 page-per-minute black-and-white production system, has received a top five-star rating from Buyers Laboratory Inc., a leading independent document imaging research and testing firm.


Xerox was recognized in the 2005 Graphic Design: USA listing of the top "100 Designer Friendly Companies" as a company that cares about providing top products and services, adding value, finding solutions, communicating with and standing behind the creative community.


We’re honored to receive the 2005 Corporate Citizenship Award (in the U.S. Community Service category) from the United States Chamber of Commerce Center for Corporate Citizenship.


Forty-nine new products—together earning 320 awards worldwide—enter a company portfolio that has been 95 percent refreshed in the past two years and accounts for two-thirds of equipment sales revenue.


Formalizing our pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, we join the U.S. E.P.A. Climate Leaders program and announce a 10 percent reduction goal (based on 2002 missions) from worldwide operations by the end of 2012.


In support of our 2000 paper sourcing position detailing sound environmental, health and safety practices and sustainable forest management, we issue stringent requirements for companies providing paper to us for resale.


We fuel Southeast Asia earthquake and tsunami relief efforts with a US$2 million contribution, and provide an additional US$2 million to fund Hurricane Katrina financial and technical assistance.


Customers print more than 10 billion color pages on our systems in 2005, demonstrating our digital color printing leadership and driving revenue from color up 18 percent and color page volume up 30 percent.


Tapping a $20 billion market opportunity, we sign consulting and document management contracts with global companies across chemical, automotive, entertainment, security, technology, financial and other industries.


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2006


Xerox Emirates won the prestigious Dubai Quality Award in 2006 which was presented by His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Deputy Ruler of Dubai and Minister of Finance and Industry at a ceremony marking the 10th anniversary of the Dubai Quality Award.


To develop its second annual list, Black Enterprise editors evaluated more than 1,000 companies according to several criteria, including community outreach and minority representation on the board, in senior management and in the total work force.


Xerox's culture of equality, opportunity and flexibility has helped earn the company a spot on the 2006 list of "Top 30 Companies for Executive Women," released today by the National Association for Female Executives, a women's professional and business association.


Xerox Corporation's facilities in Webster, N.Y., and Cincinnati, Ohio, have volunteered to minimize pollution beyond environmental regulatory requirements while reducing water and energy use — leading to Xerox's acceptance into the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's National Environmental Performance Track Program.


PC Magazine reviewer M. David Stone noted that low-end scanners like the DocuMate 152 work well enough for a small office to use for document management. What separates the Xerox offering from others in its class is its software package.


Xerox has been selected as one of "100 Companies That Matter in Knowledge Management" by KMWorld magazine. The publication based this selection on the quality and effectiveness of Xerox's DocuSharetm 4.0.1 software, a secure, Web-based enterprise content management system.


Xerox's leadership was honored by the Families and Work Institute's 2006 Work Life Legacy Award designed to spotlight people and companies that "forge new ways of making work 'work' for employees and employers.


Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) researchers will receive R&D Magazine's "Top 100" innovation award today in Chicago — one of six recent technology industry awards recognizing the company's research and innovation in color science and advanced document systems and services.


Buyers Laboratory Inc. honored three Xerox products with "Pick of the Year" awards in their 2006 fall awards program: WorkCentre 7132, WorkCentre 7665, and WorkCentre 7655.


Buyers Laboratory Inc., has awarded the WorkCentre 4150xf black-and-white multifunction printer as "Pick of the Year" for Outstanding Mid-Size Workgroup Console Monochrome Multifunction Printer.


In the first half of 2006, Xerox office printers, copiers and multifunction systems earned 146 honors and awards worldwide from leading IT testing and research organizations including Buyers Laboratory Inc., Industry Analysts Inc. and Better Buys for Business.


Industry Analysts Technical Services Division selected the DocuColor 250 as the best product in the Light Production û Color category in its Tester's Choice report.


A review in Government Computer News has earned the Phaser 6350 an A+ Rating and Reviewer's Choice in its latest color workgroup printer roundup.


Business TechEdge magazine honored the Xerox 4590 copier-printer with a "Hot Pick" designation for its image quality and fast scanning speeds.


Xerox has earned nine awards for its color printers, copiers and multifunction products from Better Buys for Business, a recognized industry authority on office imaging equipment; Buyers Laboratory Inc., a leading testing lab; and CRN, a publication focused on information technology and distribution channels.


Xerox's digital printing technology was recognized with two "Must See 'em" honors and a "Still Worth a Look" award, along with three "Gold Ink" awards at Graph Expo, the printing industry's largest annual exhibition.



Latin Business magazine's third annual Corporate Diversity Honor Roll recognizes Xerox Corporation as one of 21 companies "doing the most on behalf of the nation's women and minority communities."


As part of its sixth annual "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" project, DiversityInc magazine has recognized Xerox Corporation for its efforts to nurture a diverse, inclusive workplace environment.


Xerox Corporation has won the "Best of the Best Award for Corporate Diversity" from the Northern Virginia Urban League, which surveyed more than 100 companies with a major presence in Northern Virginia.


Xerox Corporation is No. 5 on Computer Weekly magazine's list of the top 10 "most influential organizations of the past 40 years" in information technology.


Xerox Corporation was No. 185 on the 2006 list of "InformationWeek 500" companies, which ranks the nation's most innovative users of information technology.


Fortune magazine has recognized Xerox as a 2006 "Blue-Ribbon Company," a designation given to companies appearing on the most Fortune lists in one year. Xerox appeared on four of Fortune's major annual listings: Fortune 500, Fortune Global 500, America's Most Admired Companies, and Global Most Admired Companies.


Gold Mercury International has announced that the winner of the 2006 Gold Mercury Corporate Governance Award is Xerox Corporation, a company intent on leading with innovative technologies, products and services that customers can depend upon to improve business results.


Fortune magazine issued its annual "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, naming Xerox chairman and CEO Anne M. Mulcahy and Business Group Operations president Ursula Burns to the list once again.


For the fifth time, Xerox has earned a 100 percent score on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index, which measures companies' respect for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees.


Hispanic Business magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its 2006 "Top 50 Companies for Hispanics" list. This is the second year that Hispanic Business has named a Top 50 and Xerox also made the inaugural list in 2005.


Latina Style magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its annual "Latina Style 50" list, an alphabetical list that acknowledges the 50 best companies for Latinas to work in the United States.


Xerox Corporation is No. 431 on Fortune's Global 500 this year, with $15.7 billion in revenue and $978 million in profit for 2005. The Global 500 list is an annual ranking of the world's largest corporations by revenue.


The League of American Communication Professionals gave Xerox's 2005 "True Colors" Annual Report a silver award and a 94 out of 100 rating for the report's creativity, narrative, letter to shareholders, message clarity, presentation of financials and other key attributes.


The efforts of Xerox people whose volunteer work includes working with the elderly, providing clothing and books to children, and giving blood were recognized by the Volunteer Center of Southwestern Fairfield County (Conn.).


Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy was presented with a "Best Investments in Europe" award at the World Investment Conference, given in acknowledgement of Xerox's sustained commitment to its investments in Europe, particularly the Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) in Grenoble, France.


For the third time since 2003, Asian Enterprise magazine has named Xerox among the top 10 companies for Asian Americans.


The editors of Hispanic Engineer & Information Technology magazine have named four Xerox executives to the magazine's "100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business" list for 2006.


Xerox Corporation was selected as the winner of the 2006 "Corporate Partner of the Year Award" by the Connecticut Chapter National Society of Hispanic MBAs (NSHMBA).


Time magazine has named CEO Anne Mulcahy to its Time 100 list of the people who shape our world. Among the list's 'Builders and Titans,' Mulcahy is cited for leading an extraordinary turnaround.


Veterans Business Journal magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its second annual "Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses" list. According to the magazine, corporate supplier diversity policies have included women- and minority-owned firms for decades, "but adding veteran-owned businesses is a more recent phenomenon."


Xerox Corporation ranked No. 142 on Fortune magazine's annual Fortune 500 list. The ranking of America's largest companies was compiled by Fortune on the basis of 2005 revenue — Xerox had 2005 revenue of $15.7 billion.


Editors at Barron's magazine have revealed their second annual list of the world's "30 top corporate leaders" — and the list includes Xerox and Anne M. Mulcahy, chairman and CEO.


The Xerox Classic golf tournament has been named the Co-Charity of the Year by the Professional Golf Association Nationwide Tour. The distinction means three Rochester, N.Y., charities will share a $15,000 cash award from the PGA.


Savoy Professional magazine's list of "Top 100 Employers for African Americans 2005: Ideal Employers" includes Xerox Corporation at No. 91.


Fortune magazine's ninth annual "Global Most Admired Companies" survey put Xerox No. 4 in the "computers" industry category, behind IBM, Microsoft and Apple.


Xerox was No. 3 in the "computers" category on the Fortune magazine 2006 lists of "America's Most Admired Companies." Xerox earned an overall score of 6.85, up from its score last year of 6.67.


The Corporate Research Foundation has named Xerox Germany one of the top 50 employers in Germany and first in the category of employee development.


Ursula M. Burns was named to Black Enterprise magazine's "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list. The "Most Powerful" list represents the top echelon of women in business and includes 11 CEOs and 13 presidents.


Xerox's corporate Web site — www.xerox.com — is among only a handful of high technology companies that have improved their online performance.


The U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) National Furniture Center (NFC) has named Xerox Corporation as the winner of the 2006 "GSA Evergreen Award" in the Technologies and Electronics category.


The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation has awarded Xerox's Webster facility with its annual New York State Environmental Excellence Award for outstanding efforts in environmental innovation, sustainability and partnerships.


The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency marked the entry of Xerox Corporation's facilities in Wilsonville, Ore., into the National Partnership for Environmental Priorities. Xerox is the first Region 10 (Alaska, Oregon, Idaho and Washington) company to join EPA's NPEP program.


An initiative to reclaim and reuse more of a chemical solvent vital for photoreceptor production won a pollution prevention award from the Genesee Chapter Industrial Issue Committee of the New York Water Environment Association.


Better Buys for Busines has selected the Xerox CopyCentre/WorkCentre/WorkCentre Pro 255, 265, and 275 as Editor's Choice recipients in their upcoming 2007 High-Volume Copier and Multifunction Guide.


Communications World Magazine reviewed the Phaser 3500 and Phaser 8500DN, with both earning an Editor's Choice award.


Enterprise Week Magazine has bestowed its Editor's Choice award on the Phaser 4500N monochrome printer. The printer was selected for its speed and value.


Xerox has been selected by the U.S. Postal Service as the 2006 Best in Class Innovation Award winner for the Northeast area. The award recognizes organizations that have used technology, innovation, or automation in ways that resulted in maximum efficiencies in the mail value chain.


Xerox has been named to the "Hispanic Corporate 100," an annual list compiled by Hispanic Magazine that recognizes companies providing the most opportunities to Hispanics.


The Human Rights Campaign Foundation today released its "Best Places to Work" list for GLBT equality, a new online resource that gives job seekers the information they need to find out which employers support gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees and consumers.


Xerox's Emulsion Aggregation (EA) toner technology has won a gold award in the 2006 Connecticut Quality Improvement Award Innovation Prize competition.


BLI honored both the Xerox WorkCentre Pro 232 and the WorkCentre Pro 238 MFP units with spring 2006 "Pick of the Year" awards. The WorkCentre Pro 232 and 238 received the award for their class-leading print productivity.


The Phaser 7760GX color laser printer has been honored as BLI's "Pick of the Year" for outstanding large workgroup color printer.


Better Buys for Busines has selected the Xerox WorkCentre PE120/PE120i and CopyCentre C118/WorkCentre M118/WorkCentre M118i as Editor's Choice recipients in their 2006 Low-Volume Copier & Multifunctional Guide due to publish at the end of June.


The Phaser 7400DN color printer received the highest overall score with an 8.3 rating out of 10 in InfoWorld's head-to head comparison review of the Phaser 7400 and the Ricoh Aficio CL7300D.


Xerox Corporation has been named to the "100 Designer Friendly Companies" list by Graphic Design: USA, a top publication covering the graphic design and creative services market.


Adding to our business solutions portfolio, we acquire XMPie, a leading provider of variable information software, which enables personalized marketing programs across print, web, email and more.


Our investment in innovation produces 14 new products in 2006 alone, together earning 208 industry awards. Products launched this year and in 2005 account for nearly two-thirds of our equipment sales.


Xerox researchers file patents for erasable paper—made possible by an experimental technology that allows printed images to last only a day and paper to be reused, promising significant office paper use reduction.


Our new E-agent chemical cuts the energy required to make certain printer toner—Xerox’s most energy-intensive process—by 22 percent, which, by 2008, could save enough power to light 24,000 homes for a year.


By joining the California Climate Action Registry, we make a corporate pledge to work with the registry to voluntarily track, report and certify our greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions annually.


Our US$1 million grant with The Nature Conservancy—our largest environmental partnership to date—will help strengthen and advance practices that promote sustainable forest management.


We become the first document management company to receive certification from customer satisfaction research firm J.D. Power and Associates for providing "an outstanding customer service experience."


This company-sponsored website lets people personalize postcards that are printed on our digital presses and sent to U.S. military troops stationed overseas. More than 10 million cards are created by year-end.


Our first annual citizenship snapshot is published, summarizing the company’s practices, policies, goals and accomplishments in a comprehensive review of what we’re doing to ensure a just, sustainable future.


Our breakthrough dual-engine printer platform will become the foundation for future Xerox printer designs and deliver unsurpassed productivity and reliability to the digital printing industry.


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2007


Xerox has been recognized for its commitment to diversity and named among the "2007 Best Companies for Diversity" by Black Enterprise magazine.


Xerox has again been recognized for championing diversity and has been named to three more "top" lists. The company is included in DiversityInc magazine's "Top 50 Companies for Diversity" and Hispanic Magazine's "Corporate 100."


Xerox is on the 2007 LATINA Style 50 list, recognizing the best companies for Latinas to work. The company has been named to the list eight times since 1998.


Xerox has been named to the 2007 list of "Top Companies for Executive Women," an annual list released by the National Association for Female Executives, a women's professional and business association.


Customers rated Xerox's office color printers, copiers and multifunction systems "best" among competitors, including Canon, Hewlett-Packard and Ricoh, in the 2007 Annual Color End-user Survey conducted by Industry Analysts, Inc.


Hispanic Business magazine has named Xerox Corporation to its Diversity Elite 2007 list. Xerox has been on the list each year since its 2005 inception. Xerox was ranked No. 32 this year.


Xerox was honored with a "Best of 2007" award from PC Magazine in the printer category for the Phaser 6360tm color laser printer. The color printer earned this award for speed, paper handling and price.


Xerox researchers received the R&D Magazine's "Top 100" innovation award — one of six recent technology industry awards recognizing the company's research and innovation in color science and advanced document systems and services.


PC Magazine reviewer David Stone gave the Phaser 8860 solid ink printer an "Editor's Choice" award and a four-and-a-half rating.


The Phaser 8560N solid ink printer was awarded an "Editor's Choice" designation with an 8.3-out-of-10 rating. Computer Shopper reviewer Denny Atkin highlights the printer's "superb" overall print quality, ease of installation and quick printing speeds.


The Phaser 8560MFP solid ink multifunction printer was named a Government Computer News "Best of FOSE" award winner in the peripherals category. Xerox is the only printer vendor to win an award at the FOSE trade show in Washington D.C.


PC Magazine bestowed an "Editor's Choice" on the Phaser 6180N, SmartComputing.com included the Phaser 3124 monochrome laser printer among the "Staff Picks," and FaxCentre F110 and FaxCentre 2121 have earned the "Editor's Choice" designation in Better Buys for Business.


Black Professionals magazine has named Xerox to its "2007 Top 100 Companies for Diversity" list. The list recognizes companies from a wide range of industries who represent diversity and inclusion at its best.


Xerox was named one of the World's Most Ethical Companies in 2007 by Ethisphere Magazine. The elite list of companies was recognized for strong leadership in ethics and compliance, advancement of industry discourse on social and ethical issues, and positive engagement in the communities in which they operate.


Xerox Corporation today was named to CRO magazine's 2007 list of "100 Best Corporate Citizens." The ranking marks the third time that Xerox has been named to the list, following appearances in 2000 and 2005.


Ethisphere Magazine has named Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy among the most influential people in business ethics. Mulcahy ranked no. 7 on the list.


The Wall Street Journal issued its 4th annual global "Women to Watch" list, naming Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne M. Mulcahy and Xerox President Ursula Burns to the list once again.


Xerox's FrugalColor.com Web site has won the Gold Award at the 2007 W3 Awards. The W3s were established last year by the International Academy of the Visual Arts (IAVA) to honor outstanding Web sites, Web advertising, and Web video.


MIN Integrated Marketing Awards cited a campaign that enabled WIRED magazine subscribers to create their own custom magazine cover — something that has never been done before.


Xerox's FrugalColor.com was awarded the 2007 WebAward for Outstanding Achievement in Web Site Development by the Web Marketing Association.


The Michigan Minority Business Development Council (MMBDC) has awarded Xerox Corporation the 2007 MMBDC Corporation of the Year — Commercial Products award.


Fortune magazine issued its annual "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, naming Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne M. Mulcahy and Xerox President Ursula Burns to the list once again.


Xerox has earned a 100 percent score on the Human Rights Campaign's Corporate Equality Index, which measures companies' respect for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors.


Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy has been ranked No. 13 on the Forbes "100 Most Powerful Women in Business" list. The power ranking score is based on a composite of visibility (measured by press citations) and economic impact."


Xerox Corporation President Ursula Burns has been named to Working Mother magazine's Top 10 Corporate Women of Color list.


The editors of Institutional Investors magazine asked a simple question of research analysts and portfolio managers: "Who is the best chief executive officer in the sector or sectors for which you are responsible?" In the imaging technology sector, CEO Anne Mulcahy ranked No. 2.


Xerox Greece has won a place on the list of the best 100 places to work across the European Union, as nominated by the company's employees.


Xerox Portugal has been awarded The Most Family-Responsible Company for medium-sized businesses. The award recognizes companies that manage internal polices that protect their employees as well as their employees' families.


Xerox Corporation ranked No. 145 on Fortune magazine's annual Fortune 500 list. The ranking of America's largest companies was compiled by Fortune on the basis of 2006 revenue. Xerox, headquartered in Stamford, Conn., had 2006 revenue of $15.9 billion.


Fortune magazine's 2006 lists of "America's Most Admired Companies" places Xerox at No. 3 in the "computers" category. Xerox also placed No. 1 in the social responsibility category among its peers.


Xerox has been ranked No. 15 in Selling Power magazine's list of "The 25 Best Manufacturing Companies to Sell For." The annual list rates companies on compensation, training, and career mobility for their sales forces.


The Human Rights Campaign Foundation, the nation's largest gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, today released its annual list of the "Best Places to Work for GLBT Equality."


Hewitt Associates' eighth annual workplace study for the Toronto Globe and Mail has ranked Xerox Canada among the "50 Best Employers in Canada 2007." Xerox Canada ranked No. 38, and it was the third time that Xerox Canada made the "Top 50" list.


Xerox Corporation was recognized for improving its environmental performance over time in the inaugural Financial Times/Citi Private Bank Awards. The entrants were judged on their "carbon efficiency," a calculation of reduction in greenhouse gas emissions relative to the company's sales/revenue.


Xerox's erasable paper is hailed as one of the best inventions of 2007 in the environmental category by TIME magazine in its new listing of the top discoveries.


Buyers Laboratory Inc., has given the Phaser 3200MFP multifunction printer a "Pick of the Year" award as Outstanding Personal Non-Networked Monochrome Multifunction Printer in the monochrome multifunction printer category.


The Phaser 4510DT monochrome laser printer won a Buyers Laboratory Inc., "Pick of the Year" award for Outstanding Large Workgroup Monochrome Printer.


The Xerox DocuColor 242/252/260 multifunction systems have been selected as "Editor's Choice" winners in Better Buys for Business 2007 High-Volume Printer and Digital Duplicator Guide.


Buyers Laboratory Inc., has selected the Phaser 8560 MFP DN solid ink multifunction printer as "Pick of the Year" for both the Outstanding Small Workgroup Color Multifunction Printers and the Outstanding Critical Color Printers.


The Phaser 6360DN color laser printer was awarded an "Editor's Choice" designation with a four out of five rating by PC Magazine. Reviewer David Stone compliments the Phaser 6360's performance, easy set-up and network installation.


The Phaser 8560MFP solid ink multifunction printer family and WorkCentre 4150 monochrome multifunction printer family have been selected as "Editor's Choice" winners in Better Buys for Business 2007 Printer Multifunctional Guide.


BERTL honored the following three Xerox Office products with "BERTL's Best" awards in their 2007 awards program: WorkCentre 4150, WorkCentre 7132, and Xerox SmartDocumentTravel.


The WorkCentre 4150S monochrome multifunction printer has been selected as a Product of the Year recipient by Small Business Technology Magazine. The device was selected for its ease of use, functionality, user-friendly features and fast speeds.


Xerox Mortgage Services, formerly Advectis, Inc., provider of one of the most widely-used solutions for electronic mortgage document collaboration, has announced that it received the 2007 SourceMedia, publisher of Mortgage Technology Magazine, Synergy Award for its BlitzDocs solution.


Better Buys for Business honored the following products with "Editor's Choice" awards in their 2008 Color Copier Guide published in late 2007: WorkCentre 7132, WorkCentre 7232/7242, WorkCentre 7328, WorkCentre 7675, and DocuColor 242/252/260


Better Buys for Business honored the following products with "Editor's Choice" awards in their 2008 Color Laser Printer and Business Inkjet Guide published in late 2007: Phaser 6180, Phaser 8560, Phaser 8860DN, Phaser 6360, and Phaser 7760.


Better Buys for Business honored the following products with Editor's Choice awards in their 2007 Color Copier Guide published in early 2007: WorkCentre 7132, WorkCentre 7655, WorkCentre 7665, DocuColor 240, and DocuColor 250.


We accept the U.S. government’s highest honor awarded to American innovators for our more than 50 years of contributions to the modern reprographics, digital printing and print-on-demand industries.


With an 18 percent reduction in greenhouse gas emissions, we exceed our 2012 company-wide greenhouse gas target and adjust our goals upward to a 25 percent reduction by 2012 (based on 2002 emissions).


This breakthrough paper, the first mechanical fiber paper for digital printing, uses half the trees required by standard chemical pulping processing and 90 percent of the tree (versus 45 percent for standard papers).


We’re the first high-technology company to join this alliance of business and environmental leaders formed to combat climate change and effect legislation and regulation that reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Our inclusion in the Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index reflects Xerox’s corporate commitment to building long-term shareholder value through economic, environmental and social performance.


"Chain of custody" certification from the Forest Stewardship Council and the Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification communicates that our paper products come from responsibly sourced raw materials.


Xerox scientists use an experimental printing technology to develop self-erasing, reusable paper—a game-changing idea that could greatly reduce the estimated 40 percent of pages printed for one-day use in offices.


Partnering with SolFocus, Inc., our Palo Alto Research Center (PARC) helps make renewable energy more affordable and accessible by creating systems that cut the cost of solar power generation in half.


This Webster, New York, plant produces energy-saving toner in our most energy-efficient building—more than 3,000 sensors help control humidity, airflow, temperature and other variables through a networked system.


All Xerox United States manufacturing facilities are accepted into the U.S. E.P.A.’s National Environmental Performance Track, which recognizes facilities voluntarily exceeding regulatory requirements.


An aggressive product remanufacturing and recycling effort diverts more than two billion pounds of electronic waste from landfills by extending product lifespan and repurposing component materials.


Our $1.5 billion acquisition of Global Imaging Systems pairs its small and mid-size business market expertise and nationwide distribution network with our rapidly expanding document product and service portfolio.


Twenty-seven-year Xerox veteran Ursula M. Burns, who joined the company as a mechanical engineering summer intern in 1980, is named company president on April 3 and is also elected to the board of directors.


We're the first company to achieve this J.D. Power and Associates honor two years in a row, for continued technical support of our network printers, multifunction systems, digital copiers and high-end digital presses.


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2008


For the second consecutive year, Xerox has been named to the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for North America, which tracks the financial performance of the leading sustainability-driven companies worldwide.


Xerox Corporation was recognized as a socially responsible investment by independent research firm KL — companies selected for inclusion on KLD indices must meet specific environmental, social and governance performance standards.


Xerox became the first technology company to be named a Performance Track Corporate Leader by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Xerox is one of only five companies named an EPA Corporate Leader.


Xerox has been named again as one of the 2008 "Top Companies for Executive Women," an annual list released by the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), a women's professional and business association.


Two Xerox print drivers introduced earlier this year earned a "Technological Innovation Award" from Industry Analysts, Inc., a market research firm specializing in office automation.


For the second consecutive year, Xerox devices were rated "Best Overall" as well as "Most Reliable and "Best Color Consistency" in Industry Analysts' annual Color End-User Survey.


For the sixth time in seven years, Xerox has been named the "Overall Winner" and "Company of the Year" in the workgroup color printers category by VARBusiness magazine, a leading industry publication for value-added resellers who market high-technology products, solutions and services.


Xerox DocuMate 262i earned Buyer Laboratory Inc.'s Spring 2008 "Pick" for "Outstanding Departmental Scanner" in the scanner category.


Xerox received a Best of Show Award for the Xerox 8265 Color Wide Format Printer at the annual AIIM/On Demand Conference and Exposition, a major event for the document imaging industry.


The EPA awarded Xerox a 2008 Climate Protection Award for its achievements in reducing energy use and greenhouse gas emissions. Xerox reduced its total global greenhouse gas emissions by 18 percent from 2002 to 2006, surpassing several years early its original goal of a 10 percent reduction by 2012.


For the seventh consecutive year, the Human Rights Campaign honored Xerox with a perfect score on the 2009 Corporate Equality Index, which rates 583 businesses on a scale from 0 to 100 percent on their treatment of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender employees, consumers and investors.


In its annual evaluation, LATINA Style Magazine named Xerox one of 50 corporations that are providing the best career opportunities for Latinas in the U.S.


Xerox Corporation has been named as one of the top 10 best corporate reputations in the United States, according to a survey conducted by the Reputation Institute and reported by Forbes magazine.


Xerox is selected as one of the "Top Best Companies for Asian Pacific Americans." The publisher of Asian Enterprise Magazine recognized Xerox's commitment to the small business community as well as our contributions to the Asian Pacific American community.


Two Xerox multifunction printers received Fall 2008 "Pick of the Year" awards from Buyers Laboratory Inc. (BLI) in the monochrome printer category — the Phaser 3300MFP was selected as Outstanding Personal Monochrome Multifunction Printer, and the Phaser 3635MFP was named Outstanding Mid-Size Workgroup Monochrome Multifunction Printer.


Better Buys for Business honored the following products with "Editor's Choice" awards in the online iGuide under the Printer Multifunctional and Scan-to-File categories — WorkCentre 4260 family, Phaser 3300MFP, and DocuMate 162.


The Xerox Phaser 6180MFP color laser multifunction printer is listed as a "Readers Top Choice" for PCWorld's "Best Products of 2008" in the Color Laser Printers category.


The National Child Labor Committee (NCLC) announced that Ronald E. Dukes of Rochester, New York, will receive its prestigious Lewis Hine Award, bestowed annually to ten relatively unknown men and women for their efforts on behalf of the health, education, and welfare of children and youth, particularly those at risk.


Black Enterprise has announced its fourth annual list of the 40 Best Companies for Diversity. The companies identified in the list demonstrate strength and outperform their peers in one of multiple categories, including senior management, board involvement, and employee base.


The Ethisphere Institute named Xerox to its second, annual World's Most Ethical Companies list. Xerox was named to the highly selective list for its meaningful ethical business practices that go well beyond legal requirements and include innovative ideas that contribute to the public well being.


Ethisphere has released its list of the 100 Most Influential People in Business Ethics in 2008. Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy appears as No. 22 on the list.


TechRepublic, a online information technology publication, named Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne Mulcahy as one of the executives who made the biggest impact on the business technology world in 2008. Ranked fourth on the list, Mulcahy was cited for her leadership during Xerox's turnaround over the past five years.


Xerox Canada has been named Corporation of the Year by CAMSC: The Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council. Xerox earned the No. 1 spot based on its longstanding commitment to Aboriginal and Minority economic development.


FORTUNE magazine issued its annual "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, naming Xerox Chairman and CEO Anne M. Mulcahy and Xerox President Ursula Burns to the list once again.


The top two officers at Xerox have been named to Forbes magazine's list, "The World's 100 Most Powerful Women." CEO Anne Mulcahy is ranked No. 10, up from No. 13 spot in 2007, while Xerox president Ursula Burns earned the No. 55 spot.

Anne Mulcahy, Xerox Chairman and CEO, has been named by her peers


as Chief Executive magazine's "CEO of the Year." She is the first woman to win the award in its 22-year history.


DiversityBusiness.com conducted an election among 600,000 women- and minority-owned businesses. Xerox placed No. 15 among Fortune 500 companies and government agencies.


Xerox was named as one of the "Best Corporations for Veteran-Owned Businesses" presented by the Veteran Business Journal. Xerox was recognized as one of the Ten Most Veteran Friendly Corporate Supplier Diversity Programs.


Fortune magazine's 2007 lists of "America's Most Admired Companies" places Xerox at No. 4 in the "computers" category, outranking Sun, Canon, Dell, NCR and others.


Two technologies developed by Xerox captured awards in the Wall Street Journal's 2008 Technology Innovation Awards contest. Xerox High Yield Business Papertm received a runner up designation in the Environment category and specialty imaging printing was named runner up in the Materials and Other Base Technologies category.


The Phaser 3250DN monochrome printer was named the "Best Laser Printer" in Computer Shopper's list of "Top 100 Products of the Year."


Better Buys for Business honored nine Xerox products with the "Editor's Choice" award in the following 2008 iGuides: WorkCentre BookMark 40/55, Phaser 3250, Phaser 3600, Phaser 5550, Phaser 6125/N, Phaser 3100MFP, Phaser 3635MFP, WorkCentre 4118, and CopyCentre C20.


BERTL awarded five Xerox office products with "BERTL's Best" recognitions in their 2008 awards program: DocuColor 260, Phaser 6130N, Phaser 8560MFP, WorkCentre 7132, and WorkCentre 7345.


Xerox has won three Buyers Laboratory Spring 2008 "Pick of the Year" awards: Phaser 3250DN, Phaser 5550DN, and WorkCentre 7242.


Better Buys for Business named the Xerox Phasertm 8860 color printer and Xerox WorkCentretm 7675 advanced color multifunction system "Top Innovative Office Products for 2007."


Xerox Corporation has successfully renewed its ISO/IEC 27001 certifications for its document and hosted repository operations, resulting from the company's continuing efforts to secure the integrity of business-critical information for its customers.


Our long-term commitment to superior service and technical support continues to gain momentum with another J.D. Power and Associates certification for customer service excellence—our third in a row.


With this convenient tool—the industry’s first—businesses can pinpoint opportunities to reduce the energy use, greenhouse gas emissions and solid waste of their imaging equipment and paper-intensive processes.


Our commitment to sustainability expands as we introduce the company’s first papers certified to sustainable forest management standards, as well as new recycled papers designed for digital printing.


Our new label mark on paper packaging is designed to communicate clearly with customers, helping them select the paper most appropriate for their sustainability and printing needs.


The Paper and Supplies Sustainability web portal launches, providing easy-to-use resources to help evaluate paper choices and chart the environmental impact throughout the paper’s lifecycle.


Xerox is named to the FTSE4Good Index—a stock index that tracks companies meeting globally recognized standards for corporate responsibility—as well as the KLD indices and Dow Jones Sustainability Index.


Our new logo features the Xerox name in vibrant red, all-lowercase type, adjacent to a spherical symbol with lines that form an "X" to represent our connection to customers, partners, industry and innovation.


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2009


Healthcare Provider Solutions, from ACS, a Xerox Company, has received the following Best in KLAS awards (Based on Professional Services Top 20 Best in KLAS year-end survey):

  • 2007 — Best in KLAS (Top 20 year-end) Financial Implementation Principle

  • Honorable Mention — Service Category Leader — Staff Augmentation

  • Honorable Mention — Service Category Leader — Other Implementation Principles

  • 2008 — Best in KLAS (Top 20 year-end) Financial ERP Implementation

  • 2009 — Best in KLAS (Top 20 year-end) Clinical Implementation Principle


Xerox was named one of 2009's World's Best Companies by Ethisphere Magazine, rankings that recognize companies that promote ethical business standards and practices by going beyond legal minimums.


Xerox is the world's most admired company in the computer industry as ranked in FORTUNE magazine's annual reputation survey released today.


Xerox's ColorQubetm 9200 Series multifunction printer (MFP) was honored with a Technological Innovation Award from Industry Analysts, Inc., in recognition of the breakthrough technology behind the world's first high-speed solid ink multifunction printer.


Xerox is the leader in Document Process Outsourcing (DPO) according to the 2009 Black Book of Outsourcing, an annual guide that evaluates the costs and benefits of outsourcing.


The Xerox Research Centre Canada (XRCC) has been named one of the Top 10 Places Where Employees Thrive by Your Workplace magazine. Xerox was cited as an organization that offers a dynamic and creative workplace culture built on collaborative dialogue, trust, clear outcomes, tolerance, and teamwork.


Black Enterprise magazine issued its list of 100 Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America, naming Xerox President Ursula Burns, Xerox Canada President and CEO Kevin Warren, and Production Systems Group President Quincy Allen, to the esteemed list.


Resellers honored Xerox's Peak Reseller Program at the CompTIA Breakaway 2009 event with the Best Partner Program award, chosen by more than 400 technology resellers and solution providers at the annual event hosted by CompTIA, a leading trade association for the IT industry.


Xerox's new color pricing plans, offered with the ColorQubetm 9200 Series multifunction printer (MFP), have been awarded "Most Innovative Color Printer Pricing" as part of the 2009 BERTL's Best Awards.


Xerox has been awarded the 2009 Performance Excellence Award from Aberdeen Group — the Best-in-Class award recognizes an enterprise for its superior performance and its focus on and automation of the strategic sourcing process.


For 2009 Xerox met the FTSE4Good criteria for corporate responsibility, human rights, environmental actions, social and stakeholder engagement and countering bribery.


In Corporate Responsibility Officer magazine's tenth annual listing of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2009, Xerox ranked 16th, up from its 2007 rank of 49.


Xerox's Office of General Counsel has again been honored with the Minority Corporate Counsel Association's Employer of Choice Award, recognizing Xerox's law department's diversity, as well as the company's overall efforts to promote a diverse workforce.


GovernanceMetrics International (GMI) released its new ratings and research reports for all 4,200 companies in their system. Xerox was one of the 43 companies, or one percent, that achieved an overall global rating of 10.0, the highest GMI assigns.


The Human Rights Campaign recognized Xerox as one of its 2009 Best Places to Work, distinguishing the company's workplace policies as fair-minded and equal.


Xerox has been named to iSixSigma's list of Best Places to Work for Six Sigma professionals, ranking 7th, and noted for its supportive culture for Lean Six Sigma, talent and training.


In a comparative energy consumption evaluation conducted by the independent research organization Buyers Laboratory Inc., the Xerox WorkCentretm 7428 and WorkCentre 7435 both received an Outstanding Achievement Award for Energy Efficiency.


Xerox earned "gold-level" designation through the American Heart Association's Fit Friendly Company Program — "gold-level" recognition is for companies that fulfill criteria such as offering employees physical activity support, increasing healthy eating options at work and promoting a wellness culture.


Xerox's manufacturing, engineering and assembly facilities in Dundalk, Ireland won the 2009 National Irish Safety Organisation's Electronic/Electrical Manufacturing/Assembly Award for demonstrated effectiveness and superior performance in risk management, objectives, programs, management review and health and safety.


The Crédit Agricole SA Purchase Logistic Department named Xerox France as one of only four of its suppliers in 2009 whose approaches to social and environmental responsibility have been considered remarkable.


In Newsweek's recently published Green Rankings, the weekly news magazine's ranking of America's 500 largest corporations, Xerox was #13 in the technology sector and #28 overall.


Xerox placed first and received a record breaking 440 nominations in the 2009 Green Outsourcing Survey by Brown-Wilson Group and "The Black Book of Outsourcing."


Xerox received top honors from channel publications and their readership for its strong partner program, leadership and innovative technology.


Xerox office products have received top honors as "Editor's Choice" and "Readers' Choice" recipients from Better Buys for Business and BERTL.


Digital print systems and software from Xerox and XMPie — a Xerox business unit — took home more than 20 awards at Print 09, the year's largest graphic communications event.


Five digital printing products from Xerox and XMPie®, a Xerox business unit, were recognized in the On Demand 2009 Best of Show Awards — Xerox FreeFlowtm Express to Print, XMPie PersonalEffect® 4.6 software, the Xerox iGen4tm press, Xerox Nuveratm 200 EA Perfecting Production System, and XMPie's uStore® 3.5.


Xerox has been honored with 10 International Gallery awards from IAPHC, Inc., an independent network of graphic arts and printing professionals, for work created on Xerox digital systems including the iGen4tm, iGen3tm Digital Production Press, and the Xerox Nuveratm 288 EA Perfecting Production System.


Human Resource Executive magazine has named Xerox to its list of "Most Admired for HR" companies, which is based on Fortune magazine's Most Admired Companies list.


FORTUNE magazine issued its annual "50 Most Powerful Women in Business" list, naming Xerox CEO Ursula Burns to the list once again.


Xerox's top two women leaders landed on Forbes magazine's list of the 100 Most Powerful Women — Xerox CEO Ursula Burns ranked No. 14 (up from No. 55 spot in 2008) , with Xerox Chairman Anne Mulcahy at 15 (previously ranked No. 10).


Xerox Corporation has been awarded the 2009 Innovation in Technology Award from Aberdeen Group — the annual award recognizes an enterprise "that has leveraged technology solutions to solve pressing business issues to positively impact company performance."


Xerox Phasertm 7500 wins CRN "Most Innovative Products Of 2009" award in the Printing and Imaging: Printers category.


The WorkCentre 3220DN has received the Editor's Choice award from PrinterComparision.com.


The Xerox 4112/4127 Copier/Printer recently earned seven awards for the quality and value of the systems and the applications produced on them, including a Better Buys for Business "Editor's Choice" award, an array of IAPHC awards, and three Gold Ink Awards at Print 09.


The readers of Wide-Format Imaging magazine rated products that have been valuable assets to their business over the last year, and the Xerox 6204 took first place in the "wide-format engineering printer" category.


Xerox has been named to the 2009 InformationWeek top 500 list of the nation's most innovative users of business technology for the 20th time in 21 years.


Creative Services, part of the Xerox Global Services Creative and Technical Communications group, in conjunction with Xerox's Global Business Group Production Solutions Product Marketing organization, recently won four awards, including two Gold, from the 2009 premier printing and publishing industry Gold Ink Awards, sponsored by "Printing Impressions" and "Publishing Executive."


In the Fortune 500's first female-to-female hand-off, Ursula Burns succeeds Anne Mulcahy as chief executive officer on July 1, becoming the first African-American woman to head an S&P 100 company.


Combining our advanced multifunction product leadership and proven solid ink technology, the ColorQube 9200 series delivers breakthrough business advantages in cost, speed, ease of use and sustainability.

1990s

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1990


Xerox PARC builds an x-ray imager with amorphous silicon (a-Si), which will eventually create the company dpiX to market the world’s highest resolution active matrix LCD flat-panel display and filmless digital medical imaging system.


We initiate the Environmental Leadership program to provide over-arching organization for the company’s resource conservation, waste reduction and design for environment initiatives.


Our Venray, Netherlands, manufacturing facility makes news by becoming the first non-British Xerox plant to receive the British Assurance Certification for commitment to quality.


We announce the Total Satisfaction Guarantee, our commitment to customer success through the highest quality in the design, manufacture and service of every product we sell.


Rank Xerox Australia wins the Outstanding Service Quality Improvement Award of Australia.


The DocuTech Production Publisher—first in the DocuTech Series—launches with the "Putting it Together" ad campaign featuring the product’s advanced image capture, document manipulation and image quality.


Xerox PARC creates LambdaMOO, one of the oldest real-time, multi-user online environments—a foundation for the Department of Defense’s collaborative computing systems and future Web-based business meeting tools.


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1991


Demonstrating our commitment to sustainable business practices, we begin collecting and recycling copier cartridges, and introduce a recycled paper line made specifically for use with Xerox products.


Our newly launched Earth Award program recognizes Xerox people worldwide for outstanding achievement in resource conservation, waste reduction and recycling, and community involvement.


Xerox and Fuji Xerox form Xerox International Partners to market digital marking engines, desktop and workgroup printers, and digital copiers to original equipment manufacturers worldwide.


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1992


Our sustainability commitment includes a process for customers to return end-of-life products for remanufacture and reuse—diverting more than two billion pounds of potential waste from landfills to date.


Our Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) Policy sets strict environmental standards by prohibiting ODS from all Xerox processes, products and services, including product packaging.


Xerox PARC scientists co-found and implement the Mbone multicast backbone to deliver real-time Internet multimedia; co-found the Ipv6 Internet protocols; and help develop the HTTP-NG protocol based on Inter-language Unification (ILU).


Rank Xerox—a joint venture between Xerox Corporation and the Rank Organisation plc (UK)—wins the first European Quality Award from the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM).


Our corporate commitment to protecting the environment is recognized again—this time with the Gold Medal for International Corporate Environmental Achievement from the World Environment Center.


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1993


We announce a partnership with Microsoft to combine Microsoft At Work architecture with advanced Xerox document imaging technologies in a new family of fax machines, printers and digital copiers.


We join the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® Office Equipment program as a charter partner and help to create the program’s guidelines for developing energy-efficient products.


The company wins a Gold Medal for International Corporate Environmental Achievement from the World Environment Center, a nonprofit organization that advances sustainable development through business practices.


Performing at Xerox PARC, the band Severe Tire Damage becomes the first musical group to broadcast live video and audio on the Internet, using the experimental Mbone (multicast backbone) for IP Multicast.


Xerox do Brasil Ltda. wins the National Quality Award—the highest recognition of excellence in management for organizations established in Brazil—from Brazil’s National Quality Foundation.


The Xerox Research Centre (now Xerox Research Centre Europe) opens in Grenoble, France, as the European branch of Xerox global research, dedicated to creating innovative document services and solutions.


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1994


We initiate the company-wide Environmental Leadership Program with a commitment to produce waste-free products in waste-free factories to help our customers achieve their waste-free office goals.


We help customers save money and protect the environment by launching products that meet the U.S. E.P.A. ENERGY STAR guidelines, established in 1992 to identify and promote energy-efficient products.


Our environmental conservation efforts help Xerox win the Environmental Achievement Award from the National Wildlife Federation, America’s largest conservation organization dedicated to protecting wildlife.


A partially digitized red "X" makes its debut as the new corporate symbol in red—a change from blue—supported by a signature underscoring our leadership position: "The Document Company – Xerox"


Our global company presence and strong commitment to quality shine as Rank Xerox Norway wins the first Norwegian Quality Award and Xerox Argentina wins Argentina’s first National Quality Award.


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1995


Anticipating the handheld device explosion of the following decade, Xerox PARC-developed technology that enables simple, single-stroke touch-screen input for palm-sized devices is patented.


We pay the Rank Organisation plc nearly US$1 billion to increase Xerox’s financial stake in Rank Xerox—a joint venture formed in 1956 to manufacture and market our products in Europe—to about 80 percent.


The Federal Glass Ceiling Commission, established to study barriers to executive advancement, gives Xerox its first Perkins-Dole National Award for Diversity and Excellence in American Executive Management.


In addition to earning the Glass Ceiling Commission’s diversity honor, we receive the U.S. Department of Labor’s Opportunity 2000 Award for our record of promoting women and minorities into management.


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1996


We introduce new copiers certified to Germany’s Blue Angel eco-label and become the first company licensed to use Canada’s Environmental Choices EcoLogo for office equipment.


Our Xerox Earth Crew implements a major, successful recycling program at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, giving millions of spectators, athletes and media the opportunity to recycle at every Olympic venue.


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1997

We purchase the Rank Organisation’s remaining interest in Rank Xerox—our partnership formed in 1956 to manufacture and market equipment in Europe and later Asia—and rename the unit Xerox Europe.


All Xerox major manufacturing operations become ISO 14001 certified, a globally recognized environmental management system standard for organizations wishing to operate in an environmentally sustainable manner.


In a continuing effort to embrace sustainable practices across all aspects of our business, we engage consumers by establishing a waste toner program that reuses post-consumer waste toner for the first time.


Underscoring our corporate sustainability commitment, we become a member of the U.S. E.P.A.'s WasteWise program, designed to promote the financial and environmental benefits of remanufacturing.


We become the first printing company to create a blue laser, which features a reduced wavelength that may ultimately allow much higher-resolution printing than possible with standard red and infrared lasers.


Xerox Business Services wins the distinguished Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award in the service category, the second Baldrige Award for Xerox Corporation.


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1998

We align with the nation’s leading office product retailers—U.S. Office Products, Office Depot, Boise Cascade Office Products, Corporate Express and Staples—to offer Xerox paper and supplies.


We partner with IBM to announce a technology and marketing agreement that marries IBM's Lotus Notes and Domino electronic document management environment with the Xerox Document Centre family.


Working Mother magazine, which helps career-committed moms find balance between work and family, names Xerox one of its 100 Best Companies to work for and calls us "exceptionally progressive."


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1999


Rank Xerox, a joint venture between Xerox Corporation (U.S.) and the Rank Organisation (U.K.), is renamed Xerox Limited as we purchase Rank's remaining interest in the partnership that originated in 1956.

1980s

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1980


We formalize our environmental programs and sustainability commitment by creating the corporate Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) organization, before it was commonplace in American companies.


Optimem (later known as Cipher Data Products) commercializes non-erasable, magneto-optical storage device technologies developed initially at Xerox PARC to enable high-speed data access on our Alto PC.


Fuji Xerox wins a Deming Prize—Japan's highest award for quality, created in 1950 to reward Japanese companies (and later, non-Japanese companies) for advances in quality improvement.


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1982


Our breakthrough 10 Series copiers, using technology developed at Xerox PARC, become the industry’s first to use built-in microcomputers with a low-bandwidth Ethernet as the communications interface.


We operate the first optical cable-based local area network (LAN), which eventually enables commercial, fiber optic media for Ethernet, marketed through Synoptics (later acquired by Bay Networks, then Nortel Networks).


We introduce the energy-saving power down mode in our copiers, an initiative that precedes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s ENERGY STAR® program by ten years.


We launch voluntary health studies to examine the potential long-term health effects of exposure to toner. To date, our studies have shown no evidence of chronic health effects caused by toner exposure.


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1983


Short-run, large-format digital color printing hits the market with the introduction of the ECP-42 system, which is marketed to service bureaus and establishes the large-format digital printing industry.


When a one-inch array of amorphous silicon (a-Si), thin-film transistors drives an ionographic printhead, the technology that will enable lower-cost multifunction machines, wide-format laser plotters and many other large-area electronic technologies is born.


Our Venray manufacturing facility wins the CIMEI Quality Award in the Netherlands.


Leadership Through Quality, the Xerox total quality process, is announced, lending direction and perspective to our company-wide quest for business excellence and customer satisfaction.


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1984


Rank Xerox wins its first British Quality Award for quality and customer service achievements at its Mitcheldean, England facility.


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1985


We voluntarily assess Xerox sites worldwide for soil and groundwater contamination and initiate a remediation program with a goal to complete clean-up activities on 90 percent of the sites by 2008.


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1986


Foreseeing the tremendous growth and utility of the Internet, we register www.xerox.com—the seventh ".com" top-level domain name to be registered with the Department of Defense.


Xerox PARC develops the world's first dual-beam lasers, which print twice as fast as single beams and become a key enabler for high-speed, high-resolution production printing systems.


Rank Xerox wins its second British Quality Award—the top UK honor for quality in production and business—for achievements at the Welwyn Garden City, England facility.


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1987


"CoLab," a Xerox PARC conference room, helps inspire document-based collaboration products for local and remote colleagues with its shared and private-screen viewing support and 36-inch, million-pixel interactive touchscreen.


The Rank Xerox operation near Lille, France wins a French Quality Award.


Xerox PARC designs a 16-bit coding system to represent any world script in any combination with a single encoding, which leads to the ISO/IEC 10646 and corresponding Unicode industry standard for representing text.


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1988


Our two-millionth copier rolls off the production line, a testament to Xerox’s worldwide market presence, history of innovation and commitment to customer success.


Xerox PARC envisions seamless mobile-device “ubiquitous computing” by inventing and building the palm-sized PARCTab, notebook-sized PARCPad, lightweight document reader and precursor to wireless infrastructure.


Xerox Business Products and Systems wins the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award, a prestigious award program for performance excellence administered through the U.S. Department of Commerce.


Fifty years after Chester Carlson produced the first xerographic image in his Astoria, Queens, New York lab, our 50 Series copiers launch to recognize his game-changing achievement.


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1989


Our joint venture with a division of Soviet State Publishing results in the Soviet Union’s first public copy center.


Xerox Canada wins a Gold Canada Award for Excellence in the Quality category from the National Quality Institute.

1970s

1970


Our Palo Alto Research Center—known as Xerox PARC—opens in Palo Alto, California, with a world-class team of experts in information and physical sciences, drawn together to create "The Office of the Future"


We introduce this breakthrough technology, which transfers images using an electrostatic charge and toner—instead of ink and pressure—and enables the seamless rendering of digital documents onto paper.


We introduce two-sided copying, which reduces paper costs, saves time previously spent reinserting pages, saves paper storage space and lessens the environmental impacts of making and using paper.


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1971


Chairman of the Xerox board Joseph C. Wilson passes away on November 22, leaving a legacy of leadership and innovation created as the company’s president (1946-1966) and chief executive officer (1961-1967).


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1972


Xerox PARC's Smalltalk, the first object-oriented programming language, enables program improvement without rewrites—functionality that revolutionizes software development and subsequent programming systems.


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1973


Xerox PARC prototypes Alto—the world’s first personal computer—with the first "what-you-see-is-what-you-get" (WYSIWYG) editor, first commercial use of a mouse, graphical user interface (GUI) and bit-mapped display.


An internal memo coins the term "Ethernet" to describe a proposed system of interacting workstations, files and printers, linked via coaxial cable within a local area network, which components can join or leave without disturbing data traffic.


Xerox PARC computer scientists Dick Shoup and Alvy Ray Smith record the first video image on the first computer paint system, SuperPaint, paving the way for computer animation and later earning them Emmy and Academy Awards.


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1974


Xerox PARC terms its cut-and-paste bitmap editor as "WYSIWYG"; demos Bravo, the word-processing program that leads to Microsoft Word; and introduces device-dependent imaging, which enables page description languages like Postscript.


The Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC)— established as an exploratory chemistry research center for Xerox Corporation—opens in Mississauga, Ontario, soon becoming integral to our worldwide research operations.


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1975


Xerox PARC debuts the first graphical user interface (GUI), which uses icons, pop-up menus and overlapping windows with simple point-and-click control—an innovation that will dramatically influence PC interface design.


In one of the most effective and awarded ad campaigns in history, fictional monk "Brother Dominic" achieves the monumental task of duplicating sacred manuscripts with the help of Xerox copier systems.


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1976


We take the final order for the Xerox 914—the plain paper copier that revolutionized the document copying industry in 1959—and continue field service on the model.


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1977


The Xerox 9700—an evolution of Xerox engineer Gary Starkweather's work in the early 1970s to adapt our copier technology by adding a laser beam to it—becomes the industry's first xerographic laser printer.

1960s

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1961


Reflecting the company's focus on xerographic products and services, Haloid Xerox Inc. changes its name to Xerox Corporation on April 18.


Our common stock (XRX) is listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on July 11, with 7,700 shares changing hands that day and a closing price of $104 per share.


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1962


Rank Xerox Limited and Japanese photographic firm Fuji Photo Film Co. Ltd. form a joint venture—Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd.—to distribute Rank Xerox products, later gaining significant R&D responsibilities.


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1965


Rank Xerox, a joint venture between Xerox Corporation (U.S.) and the Rank Organisation (U.K.), opens a manufacturing operation in Venray, the Netherlands.


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1967


We begin recovering metals from used photoreceptor drums for use in new products, improving the reuse of natural resources and lowering the amount of hazardous heavy metals bought, handled and processed.


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1968


The Seattle-born inventor who developed the xerographic process (originally termed electrophotography) in his Astoria, Queens, New York City lab in 1938 dies on September 19 at age 62.


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1969


Our commitment to sustainability begins by introducing copiers with energy saving standards—the first of many initiatives and innovations we’ll produce to protect the environment and preserve natural resources.

1950s

1956


The Haloid Company and The Rank Organisation plc (UK) form Rank Xerox as a joint venture to manufacture and market Haloid (later Xerox) equipment initially in Europe and eventually in Africa and Asia.


1958


The Haloid Company, originally formed in 1906 to manufacture photographic paper and equipment, changes its name to Haloid Xerox Inc. on April 16 to reflect the company’s focus on commercial xerography.


1959


The fast, economical Xerox 914—the first automatic, plain-paper commercial copier—is announced to the public on September 16, 1959, in a televised demonstration and subsequently revolutionizes the industry.

1940s

1942


Chester Carlson receives U.S. patent No. 2,297,691 on October 6 for electrophotography—later called xerography—the technology that will revolutionize the world of document imaging.


1948


Xerography is formally announced on October 22 at the Optical Society of America Annual Meeting in Detroit, Michigan—the same year the word “Xerox” is trademarked for future use.


1949


Modeled step-by-step on the process outlined in Chester Carlson's xerography manual, the Model A becomes the world's first xerographic copier, requiring multiple steps to produce a single copy.

1930s

1935


At the urging of Joseph R. Wilson, the son of Haloid Company co-founder Joseph C. Wilson, Haloid acquires the Rectigraph Company, a photocopying machine manufacturer that uses Haloid paper.


1936


In order to raise funds for purchase of the Rectigraph Company, the Haloid Company issues its first offering of public stock on September 16.


1938


Inventor Chester Carlson, pursuing the concept of electrophotography in his spare time, makes the first xerographic image in his Astoria, Queens, New York City lab—a handwritten notation of "10-22-38 ASTORIA."

1900s

1906


American inventor, physicist and patent attorney Chester Carlson—the man whose discovery of xerographic printing would fuel Xerox’s global growth and forever change an industry—was born February 8, 1906.


The M.H. Kuhn Company, founded in 1903, becomes the Haloid Company on April 18, 1906 in Rochester, New York, to pursue the business of manufacturing and selling photographic paper.