Xerox to Install Office Equipment on Navy Ships; Kevin Warren Comments

Xerox_LogoXerox has won a 10-year, $94 million contract to help the U.S. Navy deploy printers and other office equipment on the branch’s ships.

The company will also provide onboard training, procurement, file management and other support services to the Navy, the company said Wednesday.

“Fulfilling the document management needs of the Navy is a responsibility we take very seriously,” said Kevin Warren, Xerox president of U.S. client operations.

Xerox’s multifunction printing machines are designed with technology that requires users to key in a personal identification number to release documents.

MFPs also work to scan and share documents automatically via emails or network folders as well as save files directly to a flash drive, Xerox says.

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