Transcript: Xerox: The Beginning Basic Research Basic Research First Meeting Applied Research First Meeting Technology Development The Demo Technology Implementation The Demo Production The Demo Marketing The Pricing Conversation Proliferation Offer 1 Offer 2 Offer 3 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 -10 % -30 % -40 % Pricing Option 1 Pricing Option 1 Pricing Option 2 Pricing Option 2 Pricing Option 3 Pricing Option 3 Handling Questions Technology Enhancement Close the Deal Draw up contract Pass to manager for approval Send to client Countersign Notify Finance Team Time Conclusion
Transcript: Xerox VISION INSURANCE PITCH By: Sara Jargalsaikhan Company Company Information Tech Company HQ: Norwalk, Conneticut CEO is Jeff Jacobson Revenue as of 2016: $10.77 billion 132,000 employees Products: Verious printers, scanners, copiers etc History History Founded on April 18th, 1906 In 1959, Xerox 914 was introduced. "The most successful single product of all time" 1971, first color copier. In 2010's, there has been some major divestuture. Employee benefits Employee Benefits Paid holidays Health Care Life Insurance Retirement Plans Employee Assistance Plans Resources for elderly and children Vision insurance Current Vision Insurance Employee 1 story 1 Call Agent in Sandy, UT Employee 2 story 2 Manager in Indianapolis, IN story 3 Chicago, IL Employee 3 Basic EyeMed Plan Basic EyeMed Plan Solution: VSP Basic Plan Solution Comparison Comparison Attract potential employees Retain employees Increased employee satisfaction thus more productivity Could lead to less absenteeism Advantage to the Employers Advantages Questions? The End The End
Transcript: Sued by SEC Began in 1997 5 years financial fraud $2 BILLION WorldCom And Enron $10 million civil penalty charge Shares FTSE 100 Dow Jones Dollar Ethics 1) Employees 2) Shareholders 3) Auditors 4) Xerox Creditors/Bank 5) Government Changes in accounting system SOX law Official penality CEOs and CFOs responsibility Improve validity of reports Dimika Patel, Katrina Ip, Jaime Lai, Karim Ahmed, Guy-Marc Zai Why the problem appeared Dishonest Board Members Xerox failed to meet Wall Street requirements Falsify results Response - Financial Community Alarming Symptoms Response - Society The Company United States and Fraud Deception plan Xerox sacked auditors Hidden proof of fraud Effected Stakeholders
Transcript: John Clendenin Cultural Shock State of University of New York in Fredonia 1982 Goes to Harvard to get a MBA in International Finance 1983 During the Summer of 1983 John went to Xerox So.. He had.. John as a leader Teamwork Politics Power Business Culture Human side Not a boss A good lider thinks not about "I" but about "We" ...about us People We have a Dream What about you? Leaves in Kindergarten Teacher Objectives Promote employee relations Harvard Business School Multi-Reporting line Business restructure Staff-Downward Management Limited Resources Team Leading Culture Issues ROA Improvement 1960 Majored in childhood education and socially active Tasks Improve efficiency of logistics within the company and to expand operations 1982 Kindergarten 1933 In El paso, Texas Improving Xerox staffing and management 1984 Obstacles Finishes MBA 1984 Became Kindergarden teacher in Bronx I Have a Dream Works at xerox as a permanent employer People Develop the System Brooklyn Tech Skinner Born His Father lost his job and the family had to move from Long Island to Queens US Marine
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Transcript: FACING TURBULENCES SHIN FÖRCH TURNANOVIC GOROKHOVA Agenda Agenda 1. 2. 3. Company Intro Company Imaging & printing I . PRINTERS II . OFFICE SOLUTIONS III . PRODUCTION PRINT Intelligent work solution Our Clients Industry peers Organisational structure Company Intro Success Our Team Our Team Name qualifications/experience Name qualifications/experience Name qualifications/experience Name qualifications/experience Our Clients Our Clients Problems & their reasons Challenges -Financial problem -Lack of innovation - Managerial uncertainty Revenue Net Income Stock price Strategy Today Deliverable 1 Deliverable 1 Deliverable 2 Deliverable 2 Deliverable 3 Deliverable 3 Next steps Next steps Timeline Timeline Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Time Pricing Pricing Offer 1 Offer 2 Offer 3 $1,000 $2,000 $3,000 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4 Service 1 Service 2 Service 3 Service 4
Transcript: Xerox Corporation is a Fortune 500 global document management company (founded in 1906) that manufactures and sells a range of color and black-and-white printers, multifunction systems, photo copiers, digital production printing presses, and related consulting services and supplies. Headquartered in Norwalk, CT, and with 136,000 employees in 160 countries, we’re never far from your business. As a $22 billion company, we are the world’s leading enterprise for business process and document management. TIMELINE The M.H. Kuhn Company, founded in 1903, becomes the Haloid Company on April 18, 1906 in Rochester, New York, to pursue the business of manufacturing and selling photographic paper. Inventor Chester Carlson, pursuing the concept of electrophotography in his spare time, makes the first xerographic image in his Astoria, Queens, New York City lab — a handwritten notation of "10-22-38 ASTORIA." Xerography is formally announced on October 22 at the Optical Society of America Annual Meeting in Detroit, Michigan — the same year the word "Xerox" is trademarked for future use. The Haloid Company, originally formed in 1906 to manufacture photographic paper and equipment, changes its name to Haloid Xerox Inc. on April 16 to reflect the company's focus on commercial xerography. The fast, economical Xerox 914 — the first automatic, plain-paper commercial copier — is announced to the public on September 19 in a televised demonstration and subsequently revolutionizes the industry. Reflecting the company's focus on xerographic products and services, Haloid Xerox Inc. changes its name to Xerox Corporation on April 18. They begin recovering metals from used photoreceptor drums for use in new products, improving the reuse of natural resources and lowering the amount of hazardous heavy metals bought, handled and processed. They introduce two-sided copying, which reduces paper costs, saves time previously spent reinserting pages, saves paper storage space and lessens the environmental impacts of making and using paper. The Palo Alto Research Center — known as Xerox PARC — opens in Palo Alto, California, with a world-class team of experts in information and physical sciences, drawn together to create "The Office of the Future." An internal memo coins the term "Ethernet" to describe a proposed system of interacting workstations, files and printers, linked via coaxial cable within a local area network, which components can join or leave without disturbing data traffic. Xerox PARC prototypes Alto — the world's first personal computer — with the first "what-you-see-is-what-you-get" (WYSIWYG) editor, first commercial use of a mouse, graphical user interface (GUI) and bit-mapped display. Xerox PARC terms its cut-and-paste bitmap editor as "WYSIWYG"; demos Bravo, the word-processing program that leads to Microsoft Word; and introduces device-dependent imaging, which enables page description languages like Postscript. In one of the most effective and awarded ad campaigns in history, fictional monk "Brother Dominic" achieves the monumental task of duplicating sacred manuscripts with the help of Xerox copier systems. Xerox PARC debuts the first graphical user interface (GUI), which uses icons, pop-up menus and overlapping windows with simple point-and-click control — an innovation that will dramatically influence PC interface design. We introduce the energy-saving power down mode in our copiers, an initiative that precedes the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's ENERGY STAR® program by ten years. Our breakthrough 10 Series copiers, using technology developed at Xerox PARC, become the industry's first to use built-in microcomputers with a low-bandwidth Ethernet as the communications interface. Xerox PARC envisions seamless mobile-device "ubiquitous computing" by inventing and building the palm-sized PARCTab, notebook-sized PARCPad, lightweight document reader and precursor to wireless infrastructure. The DocuTech Production Publisher — first in the DocuTech Series — launches with the "Putting it Together" ad campaign featuring the product's advanced image capture, document manipulation and image quality. Xerox PARC scientists co-found and implement the Mbone multicast backbone to deliver real-time Internet multimedia; co-found the Ipv6 Internet protocols; and help develop the HTTP-NG protocol based on Inter-language Unification (ILU). Performing at Xerox PARC, the band Severe Tire Damage becomes the first musical group to broadcast live video and audio on the Internet, using the experimental Mbone (multicast backbone) for IP Multicast. Anticipating the handheld device explosion of the following decade, Xerox PARC-developed technology that enables simple, single-stroke touch-screen input for palm-sized devices is patented. We launch the Phaser 850 color printer — our first to utilize non-toxic, cost-saving solid ink technology — and raise the bar for office color printing with brilliant quality prints at a market-leading 14 pages per
Transcript: Capabilities Assessment services Business Intelligence Device Optimization Consolidated Billing & Reporting Capabilities Secure Print Manager Suite Help Desk Integration Mobile & Cloud Solutions Print Server & Print Queue Management Security Technology & Services Print Security Audit Service Gaining visibility and control of your printing, which helps you save money and boost productivity. Managed Print Services Automate & Simplify How Managed Print Services Work When it comes to printing, most companies have five simple requirements: 1. Cost savings. 2. Sustainability—both environmentally and fiscally. 3. Printing from mobile devices. 4. Security, governance and compliance. 5. Automating paper-based processes. Here’s how we’ll help you get there. Assess & Optimize Capabilities Document Analytics Service Workflow Assessment Services Workflow Automation Content Management Document Analytics Digitizing Paper Documents Value to you Savings Sustainability MPS Xerox Value To You Productivity Insight Value To You Security Mobility Secure & Integrate
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