The FINANCIAL -- NORWALK, Conn. — Two recent signings provide further evidence that channel partners are finding growth opportunities with Xerox’s Managed Print Services.
Multi-brand print dealer Alberta Printer Service won a four-year, $450,000 contract with an agriculture and construction equipment consolidator in western Canada. Additionally, longtime Xerox agent Professional Business Products (PBP) signed a four-year, $1.5 million contract renewal with the largest hospital in southern West Virginia, according to Xerox.
“Our channel partners are looking for new ways to differentiate and grow,” said Pete Peterson, president, Xerox Channels. “Many are succeeding the same way Alberta Printer Service and PBP are—by delivering added value with our leadership MPS, our ConnectKey® technology and production devices.”
New Capabilities and Service Levels
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