Commitment to Quality
Each year, Fuji Xerox invests more than US$1 billion in the research and development of leading-edge document processing technology and products. The result of this is the development of several market-winning, highly innovative products, including laser and continuous feed printers, multifunction devices, digital networked publishing systems, as well as award-winning software solutions that are either pre-installed in the machines or designed to support the entire document management workflow.
Guaranteeing no matter what size of business is, you are receiving leading-edge document processing technology and products.
Fuji Xerox's commitment to quality is recognised around the world, evidenced by the numerous prestigious quality awards we have received. Fuji Xerox has been awarded the Deming Prize; Xerox Corporation, the Malcolm Baldridge National Quality Award, and Xerox entities in many parts of the world have also been winners of national quality awards.
Xerox is a company that is founded on -- and thrives on -- innovation. The Xerox Innovation Group explores the unknown, invents next-generation technology and creates new business and shareholder value through its five worldwide research centres and associated operations.
- ;Imaging and Services Technology Centre – New York, United States.
The Imaging and Services Technology Centre, founded in 2003, is the focal point for Xerox's core competencies in digital imaging and in document solutions and services.
- Wilson Centre for Research and Development - New York, United States.
Since its founding in 1960, the Wilson Centre has attained international recognition for its pioneering work on xerography, which provided the technical and patent basis for Xerox imaging products from the 1960s to today. It continues to discover new ways to put images on paper and other media and to enhance images electronically.
- Xerox Research Centre of Canada (XRCC) – Ontario, Canada.
XRCC is Xerox's materials research centre, enabling the flow of leading-edge imaging materials from research concepts to supplies solutions. Founded in 1974, XRCC leverages its core competencies in materials design, synthesis, characterisation, evaluation and scale-up to deliver -- with partners -- environmentally sound materials and processes that support higher-quality and lower-cost colour and monochrome printing.
- Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) – Grenoble, France.
Founded in 1993, XRCE guides Xerox research activities in Europe. The centre coordinates research, engineering and the TeXnology Showroom, a customer showcase for Xerox research and a technology exchange forum. The centre also develops connections within the wider European scientific community through collaborative projects and partnerships.
- Palo Alto Research Centre (PARC) – Palo Alto California, United States.
PARC is a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox and an integral part of Xerox's strategy for long-term research investment. Founded in 1970 as part of Xerox Research, PARC was incorporated in 2002 as an independent research business.
As the birthplace of technologies such as laser printing, Ethernet, the graphical user interface, and ubiquitous computing, PARC has an established track record for transforming industries and creating commercial value.
The Xerox Innovation Group includes everything from the scientists who invent new technology... to the experts who help secure intellectual property through patents... to the managers who deliver the technology to Xerox business groups, use it as the foundation for new businesses, or license it to an outside company to bring value to their products.
Research and technology activities are conducted in the United States, Canada and Europe and often in collaboration with Fuji Xerox.
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