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50 year birthday bash for Fuji Xerox

Tuesday, 26 October 2010
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Fuji Xerox customers from around Australia flocked to Sydney this week to celebrate the company’s 50-year anniversary.

Held at Dalton House, Pyrmont, the evening featured Sophie Vandebroek (pictured), who has been Xerox’s chief technology officer and the president of the Xerox Innovation Group since January 2006, along with entertainment from James Morrison and his band, who recently performed at a separate Sydney print event, complete with iPad.

“Sophie outlined our heritage and also where we are going in the next 10 years across office technology, production print and the services-orientated workflow and where documents are taking us all,” said Roger Pearce, general manager for corporate affairs at Fuji Xerox.

In his opening address, Nick Kugenthiran, managing director of Fuji Xerox Australia, thanked employees, customers and suppliers for their ongoing loyalty to the company.

Known for adding a personal touch, Fuji Xerox once more demonstrated its capabilities in the area of variable data printing by presenting customers with a limited edition bottle of red wine, complete with their name printed on it.

“It’s been a big year for us,” Pearce said. “We had the acquisition of Upstream Print Solutions and in the next year we will probably turn over a billion dollars. We’re a fast-moving company.”


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