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Xerox looks to Saudi business for progress

Xerox claims growth across all lines in Saudi Arabia

The Saudi Arabian arm of printing vendor Xerox has received a formal pat on the back from its regional VP after recording growth across its entire product range.

Marcus Childs, VP for the Middle East and Africa, flew to Xerox’s Riyadh-based headquarters to congratulate the firm’s Saudi team on its achievements over the past year. Xerox, however, has not released any figures to back up the announcement.

At a team meeting, Childs commended the team on the growth they managed to deliver across Xerox’s entire solutions portfolio, which includes printers, services and work flow management systems.

“The main ingredient for our success has been Saudi Xerox’s strong management team, and their long experience, dedication, loyalty, and hard work,” asserted Childs.

“These characteristics have defined the Saudi Xerox culture. In 2008, Saudi Xerox is continuing its growth across all business lines and we’re looking forward to achieving even more in terms of customer service excellence,” he added.

Xerox says that it is looking to develop the capabilities of its current channel partner network in the Kingdom in the future in order to deliver improved levels of service to customers in urban and rural areas of Saudi.

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