Essential Offerings from Xerox
We are all experiencing extraordinary times that are forcing our customers – and us – to revisit the way we work. Whether it’s enabling a functioning work environment from home, keeping essential enterprise processes in motion, or supporting our healthcare clients in these challenging times, we have a number of solutions to ensure continuity of work.
Enabling Productivity at Home
Powered by a secure cloud environment and a set of digitization and workflow automation tools, we can maintain a collaborative, efficient and secure work environment with access to critical documents no matter where our customers are working from. Xerox® ConnectKey® Apps DocuShare® Flex Software
Keeping Essential Processes Running
Lack of access to in-house facilities is a real problem for organizations that need to quickly produce and print large quantities of documents. Thanks to our digital storefront and a wide network of print centers, Xerox® Digital Hub & Cloud Print Services decisively addresses this need.
Inbound mail process can also be disrupted so our clients need alternative options to ensure customer experience or other critical processes are not affected. Xerox® Digital Mailroom Service digitizes and automates inbound mail and ensures information is transferred to the right people and feeds downstream processes in a timely manner.
Solutions for our Healthcare Customers
Now more than ever, healthcare organizations need support to streamline and automate non-patient facing, time-consuming tasks. Powered by DocuShare® and XMPie®, we can ease the burden of document-heavy workflows like managing patient appointments or keeping healthcare policies evergreen through digitization and automation.
We’ve also rolled out our brand-new Team Engagement and Availability Management (T.E.A.M.) solution, which helps healthcare managers anticipate potential staffing issues and allocate healthcare professionals when and where they’re needed. TEAM can also be used in any environment which relies on dynamic staffing and requires real-time awareness of disposition of staff.
In the News
How Xerox Turned Printer Filters into Face Masks
When the call went out at Xerox to think about new ways to use materials on hand to help the coronavirus humanitarian effort, Mark Adiletta, long-time Xerox engineering manager, had a crazy thought: What if we use printer filters to make medical-grade face masks?
How Xerox Pivoted to Manufacture Much-Needed Hand Sanitizer
As the first bottles of hand sanitizer rolled off a Xerox production line in Ontario and Webster, N.Y., more than a dozen employees—wearing protective gear and employing social distancing—were on hand in both locations to celebrate a feat of applied materials expertise and organizational nimbleness.
Xerox and Vortran Medical Partnering to Mass Produce Disposable Ventilators
Xerox and Vortran Medical Technology are teaming up to speed and scale production of Vortran’s GO2Vent ventilator and related Airway Pressure Monitor (APM-Plus) for hospitals and emergency response units fighting the battle against COVID-19.