Xerox Adds DataSource to Partnership Network; Jeffrey Wellens Comments

XeroxXerox has picked managed services provider DataSource to be part of Xerox’s Premier Partners Global Network.

DataSource will have access to advice on best practices from educational and networking initiatives with industry associates through the network, DataSource said Thursday.

Jeffrey Wellens, chief operating officer at DataSource, said collaborating with Xerox executives and other graphic communications firms worldwide can help the organization gain knowledge to advance their products.

Companies are selected based on how businesses address graphic communications requirements of clients using digital tools such as Xerox digital printing offerings.

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