Very strange. I interact with the CRG on a regular basis and have had no indication of reduced staff, etc. I can’t comment on your issue with parts as we do not rely on xerox to send our parts, we stock and replenish out of our own warehouse. No substantial difference between xerox parts on b/o than Canon or HP. Not nearly as bad as Ricoh. We dropped the ricoh product years ago as we couldn’t handle the constant toner b/o issues. Parts I can somewhat understand, but toner? Hope that your...
Frak, who is going to blink first? Xerox or Fujifilm Xerox states that they will not renew the 50 year relationship with Fuji-Xerox, Fuji Xerox manufacturers most of Xerox's MFPs. Where would Xerox go for MFP's?
Oce did that 10 years ago and went bust. They didn't realise how much they relied on the monthly rental income and how inflexible third party leasing companies are when you want to upgrade mid term. The financing arm is usually the most profitable side of the business. High interest rate to customers, low rates for them and if the customer goes bust you generally get you equipment back and at the end of the contract you get your gear back.
What interesting is that this is an IT company looking for a copier/printer tech, just like many dealers making the move to IT, IT companies are looking to invade the copier service space. When I saw $20 an hour for New Mexico, I thought that was pretty good pay, but it seems the tech would be a contractor thus having to pay for medical, gas, tolls etc. Am I correct with this? Art
Job well done to make $23 million US dollars. How many lost employees did it take to make that happen? I don;t know how many Xerox copiers were manufactured in 2018. Could it have been 100K? If so John V made $280 on every unit sold. Not a bad gig
Well, just after we hear about Staples buying Dex Imaging. We know see Office Depot is going to add thousands of Xerox MFP's to their locations. In fact from what was posted Production Units will also be in play. Does Office Depot have the cash to buy Xerox?
My sources told about two locations one in NJ going from 5 locations down to 2 and another in the mid-west going from 8 locations down to 3. "we just got notified today that 5 of our 8 offices are to be closed and that the sales and service people will be working from home or in two locations they are looking for incubators for them but any admin will be let go. And since all of the locations had sales and service managers they will be given the opportunity to become service techs or sales...
Frak, I remember when this program first launched it was a killer when someone brought up this guarantee. In most cases I lost the deal. Now all I have to fight against is "worry free investment". Piece of cake!
I received an email from Frank Vasquez this AM about this. Some great questions. WOW. There are so many questions that this raises: How many machines did they have to replace that ate those profits The machines aren’t getting better, so now they will have really pissed off customers that can’t get their machines replaced Or, does this have something to do with the possibility that Fuji may not be Xerox’ equipment maker in the future? Thanks,
WEBSTER, N.Y. (WHEC) - Xerox is planning a new round of layoffs. A representative for the Rochester Regional Joint Board of Workers United said Xerox informed him it will be reducing management staff; union employees will not be affected. Advertisement – Content Continues Below Xerox cut hundreds of jobs back in August. Now, the union confirms it has been informed by the company that a new round of cuts is being rolled out Thursday. So far, company representatives haven’t said anything about...
Spectrum News ROC Verified account @ SPECNewsROC 52m 52 minutes ago One employee we spoke with said he was laid off this morning after 20 years with the company. The full scope of today's layoffs is to be determined. http:// specne.ws/yegZEm?cid=twi tter_SPECNewsROC … # ROC
December 13, 2018 08:28 PM More employees at Webster's struggling Xerox plant went home without jobs as the company executed a new round of layoffs Thursday. The company remained silent on its latest cutbacks but union leaders, local government officials and newly dismissed workers told News10NBC that numerous employees were let go although none of them could say exactly how many. "It's always nerve-wracking," exclaimed employee Sandy Mele who was not one of those dismissed."I've heard it...
Not only employees getting screwed so are Xerox Vendors The layoffs are occurring around the country at Xerox' Global Imaging sites, so the impact is wider than just in Rochester. And now they are not paying vendors within terms, any vendor without contracted terms are being paid in 60-90 days. While at the same time Xerox is pressuring their sales teams to help collect money from their customers. Don't be fooled by John V, anyone below his reverse Robin Hood group of merry men are at risk.
Makes sense, although I’m not convinced a billion dollars would deter HP inc. With their recent turmoil from supplies disconnect who knows. To get to their goals they will need a better more mature hardware range that includes office light production and they need it fast. From what I have seen the page wide technology still has a way to go not to mention the integration of the Samsung’s engines the failure rates are substantial. next 1-2 years is going to be majorly transforming for our...
I’m sure the engines are probably ok but dropping their formatters and drivers on top have allot of teething issues. In HP world they have a 49.xx error which is generic formatter/driver issue. I know a few dealers have dropped them and gone back to their original brands because of the high labour costs. It’s all very new technology I’m sure they will get it right after a few more generations
As one of the top 10 HP dealers in the country it has been our experience that the HPs (Both Pagewides and the Samsung engines) have run well. We have been an HP Dealer for several years now and we have seen no evidence of a high failure rate. In fact just the opposite has been true. As one customer phrased it "Oh it's an HP? they just run!). My $0.02 Vince McHugh firstname.lastname@example.org
Maybe HP buys the finance business. should fit right in with their global finance expansion. Not to mention HP will eventually buy the entire Xerox business, as soon as carl gets all the operating cost lower. Xerox is working on a strategy to sell. It won't be long before HP opens the garage in Palo Alto and welcomes the new team from Rochester.
It's my understanding that most of these savings came from the backs of the employees and the consolidation of many Global and Xerox locations. Yes, Xerox is profitable, but I also know of many xclint sales people that have left the Global (XBS) ranks. You just can't replace these peeps overnight. Winners: John Visentin and Xerox shareholders Losers: Employees
Norwalk-based Xerox jettisoned 400 more jobs in the first quarter of the year while leaving unfilled roughly another 1,100 that opened up as a result of employee attrition. The reductions took Xerox’s workforce to 30,900 people at the end of March. Under CEO John Visentin, revenue dropped 9 percent from a year earlier to $2.2 billion, but profits surged to $133 million from $23 million in the first quarter of 2018. Shares were down 5 percent Thursday to $32.17, but remain up 60 percent on...
interesting, but no one copies documents that much anymore. The other stuff is pretty cool also. I do think that Alexa does have a place in the office as a research tool, rather than scrolling through pages of the internet. "Alexa, how many images per minute can the Ricoh MP C2504SPex scan at 300dpi?" Now that would be cool for competitive data collection.
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