Xerox Works with Print Audit to Help Customers Cut Document Costs13 Feb, 2007
Xerox Works with Print Audit to Help Customers Cut Document Costs
Calgary, Alberta – Print Audit, the leading print management software developer, announced today that Xerox Corporation has chosen Print Audit to help its sales agents provide more value for their customers by helping them find ways to reduce document costs.
Xerox agencies will be able to utilize Print Audit's assessment and print analysis tools to aid each step of their sales cycle. Print Audit's Rapid Assessment Key, an easy to use USB device, allows channel partners to provide their clients with an instant snapshot of their print environment. A rapid assessment will typically pave the way for a thorough, up to 60 day, assessment with Print Audit's Assessor tool. The Assessor is designed to track one-hundred percent of the printing at a client's site and reveals optimal equipment opportunities by uncovering printing inefficiencies and bottlenecks.
"Xerox selling partners need to offer customers more than just technology," said D. Cameron Hyde, President, Xerox North American Partners Group. "Print Audit will help Xerox agents become true document specialists, finding ways to add value, cut costs and increase productivity."
Xerox agents can also offer their clients increased control over their print environment with Print Audit's flagship software, Print Audit 5. Print Audit 5's unique client-based architecture helps organizations analyze all of their printing, control printer usage and accurately bill their clients or users for printing and plotting costs.
"We are thrilled to announce this agreement with Xerox Corporation as this is a partnership that we have coveted for several years," said John MacInnes, President and CEO of Print Audit. "Being an integral part of Xerox' sales strategy for 2007 is an exciting step that will have a tremendous impact on both companies."