Posts By :

Admin

Productivity Up and Paper Down in 2016

150 150 Admin

Guest post by Adam Johnson, Director of Limpio MPS The push to paperless in the office is unrelenting. Not purely because companies wish to become more sustainable, but many organizations understand that the increase in productivity by removing paper can have a significant impact on profitability. I believe in 2016, we will take another significant…

read more

Meet the Innovator: Pedram Salami

150 150 Admin

Pedram Salami, Project Leader, Process Engineering Team, Scale-Up Engineering, Xerox Research Centre of Canada In this series, we sit down with a few of our leading scientists and researchers at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), a world-renowned materials research and development centre for Xerox with a successful track record of taking materials research…

read more

Four Obstacles to Digital Transformation: Why Paper Keeps Hanging On

150 150 Admin

By: Carro Ford Why Can’t We “Go Paperless” Faster? It’s hard to empower revenue earners, reinvent customer experience, or launch breakthrough products and services when collaboration and interaction are hampered by paper-bound processes. It doesn’t matter whether those processes connect customer-facing engagements or internal support functions. One delay, one error, one missed step drives down…

read more

From Idea to Product: How Xerox Research Centre of Canada Leverages Process Engineering for Innovation

150 150 Admin

By: Marko Saban, Ph.D. and Manager, Scale-up Engineering Laboratory at Xerox Research Centre of Canada In today’s world of technological innovation, great ideas are all around us. The tricky part for most innovators however, is how to move from ideas in the lab to the creation of the product into full-scale manufacturing. In my work…

read more

4 Strategies to Beat SMB Growth Roadblocks

150 150 Admin

By: John Stone If there’s one thing almost all small to medium businesses have in common, it’s their potential for growth. A logical implication when considering the size of a company is that the smaller it is, the faster it could develop and grow. Periods of growth can be tremendously exciting for a business, but…

read more

Take the Survey: Your Print and Digital Workflows

150 150 Admin

How does your organization stack up? Survey closes on January 15, 2016 Information sharing still uses copy, print and fax. No one pretends that digitizing analogue workflows and business processes is easy. However, everyone knows that digital workflows and business processes are quicker, more efficient and cost less. What print and digital workflow-related challenges have…

read more

Meet the Innovator: Michelle Chrétien

150 150 Admin

In this series, we sit down with a few of our leading scientists and researchers at the Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC), a world-renowned materials research and development centre for Xerox with a successful track record of taking materials research from concept to market in a highly competitive technology environment. For the next few…

read more

How Retailers Can Nail the Customer Experience

150 150 Admin

By: Riyad Twahir “If retailers can automate the collection of information throughout the store, they get a full picture of what’s working and what’s not.” – Riyad Twahir, practice lead for Retail and Consumer Goods at Xerox Show me value, save me time, and be there to help me when I need it. If retailers…

read more

Behind the retail scenes – how Xerox can help tackle my holiday shopping list

150 150 Admin

Like many Canadians, the holiday season is my favourite time of the year. There is something special about gathering together to exchange gifts and toast the season with friends and family. But the “most wonderful time of the year” can be downright stressful for shoppers trying to cross items off their holiday lists, and for…

read more

3 Reasons Why Innovation Fails

150 150 Admin

By Steve Hoover “Inventions at PARC are only advancements if they help people.” – Steve Hoover, CEO, PARC, A Xerox Company Innovation is an invention that solves a problem. It’s also tricky business. In my 21 years at Xerox and PARC, I’ve found three significant reasons why innovations fail: The innovation itself is not ready…

read more