Buying a XEROX in Colorado Springs
A century ago, dry copying did not exist. Then one day in 1938, a young patent attorney, Chester Carlson, invented “xerography” in his kitchen. Then one day in 1938, a young patent attorney, Chester Carlson, invented “xerography” in his kitchen. Although he invented the process, it took the Haloid, a small photography company in Rochester, New York more than a decade to create a commercially viable machine.
And although XEROX may have begun as a company that focused on copying, today XEROX is focused on Managed Print Services (MPS), cloud based document management, and creating fully integrated printing and copier systems. Today’s XEROX machines can be managed from our devices and phones, integrated with office directories (LDAP and Active Directory), and linked with our existing office servers.
To find out more about the benefits of XEROX copier and cloud systems contact your Colorado Springs XEROX sales representative today.