NORWALK, Conn. — Xerox (NYSE: XRX) has been awarded a multi-year, multi-million dollar contract administered by the Executive Office of Technology Services and Security (EOTSS), the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ secretariat leading the digital transformation of the Executive Branch. With the agreement, Xerox will provide Intelligent Workplace Services (IWS), a Xerox offering that transcends traditional Managed Print Services to enhance security, support compliance, reduce its environmental impact and improve productivity for the 43,000 employees the EOTSS serves across the Commonwealth.
Xerox will design and manage a more efficient print infrastructure for Massachusetts and will introduce Xerox AltaLink® and VersaLink® Multifunction Printers (MFPs), also known as workplace assistants. These MFPs are equipped with a common user interface and built-in security features that make it easier to create and share electronic documents securely, thus transforming how employees work.
Security software, Xerox Workplace Suite and Xerox Image Overwrite, also will help the EOTSS and the agencies it serves manage and secure their digital assets—a key priority for the Commonwealth. Xerox Workplace Suite helps govern device access, and Xerox Image Overwrite destroys confidential information stored on the hard drive of MFPs.
“The Executive Branch of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts is at the forefront of implementing new technologies that protect and maintain their assets and automate tasks to make them more effective,” said Mike Feldman, president of Americas Operations, Xerox. “Xerox will help the EOTSS engineer a smarter, more efficient print environment that will help those they serve, and by extension, the constituents in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.”
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