Making Government Programs Work Better with Xerox® Capture & Content Services
The Bangladesh Bureau of Statistics (BBS) needed to find a way to improve the targeting of public social safety net (SSN) programs to ensure benefits reached those who needed them most. Read the case study to see how Xerox® Capture & Content Services helped.
With Xerox® Capture & Content Services, BBS has digitised its census forms and created a government database of those living in poverty. Improving the equity, efficiency and transparency of major social safety net programs.
45M questionnaires printed over six months
76M document images processed over six months
Easy access to digital questionnaires
100% control and monitoring of processes and performance statistics
See how Xerox® Capture & Content Services can help your organisation redefine the way you interact with content and use data more effectively.
England's 158-Year-Old Land Registry Uses Xerox Technology to Digitise Data
Xerox is playing a key role in protecting the integrity of the digital Land Register for England and Wales.
Patient Records: Digitised
Xerox is improving access to patient data and freeing up hospital space for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
One Country’s Massive Undertaking
How Xerox helped the Government of Bangladesh capture, store, and analyze population data so the country could more effectively deliver social services to those who need them.
Meet the Xerox Digital Transformation Heroes
The shift to ‘digital first’ to adapt and stay ahead of a fast-changing world continues to be a top priority for many organizations, driving their digital transformation agenda. It is our mission to deliver these goals.
Case Studies: Banking and Financial Markets
See how we’ve helped banks and financial services organisations improve the customer experience and save costs.
Digital transformation for aerospace, defence and security
We support Leonardo UK's digital transformation with innovative solutions for document digitisation, data management, and metal 3D printing.