Newsweek names DocuShare and Managed Print Services to 2019 list of Best Business Tools
Newsweek recently released its list of America’s Best Business Tools of 2019, highlighting the importance of technological tools in a time when businesses of all sizes face disruption all around the world. The nationwide survey names Xerox among the top 10 Document Management Software (DMS) providers, and in an even shorter list of Enterprise Content Management (EMC) providers. Xerox® DocuShare®, with content management platforms for large enterprise and small and medium businesses, was also recognized as a Gen Z favourite with the highest score among the Gen Z users surveyed.
Xerox® Managed Print Services also ranked among the best in its category. Our Managed Print Services model continues to grow with robust Intelligent Workplace Services around security, digitisation, cloud, analytics and ConnectKey technology.
Newsweek and Statista Inc., a globally recognised 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.
Learn more about the survey and the full list of America’s Best Business Tools 2019.
Recognition and Awards
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.
Xerox Named One of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens
3BL Media named Xerox one of the 100 Best Corporate Citizens for 2022 for outstanding Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) transparency and performance among the largest publicly-traded U.S. companies. Learn more.
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 fac