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Xerox - 6/24/2013

Xerox Removes Speed Bumps in Wide Format Printing with New, Faster Machine

With the growing demand for large indoor posters, signs, point-of-purchase graphics and banners, Xerox’s (NYSE: XRX) new Wide Format IJP 2000 
gives printers the extra speed needed to produce more jobs faster.   
 
Increased speed means printers can accept and produce more wide format jobs, even last minute requests. 
 
InfoTrends expects the retail value of wide format printing in North America to increase at a compound annual growth rate of 7.9 percent, reaching 
$23.6 billion by 2016.
 
“The IJP 2000 breaks the mold in terms of speed and brings a huge competitive advantage to our customers,” said Dustin Graupman, vice president, 
Inkjet Business, Xerox. “Part of the challenge of wide format jobs is they can create a significant speed bump in the work process – and profitability. 
That’s why we’ve designed an uninterrupted operation right into the printer.”
 
Key features of the IJP 2000 single pass device include:  

Faster print speeds: complete jobs more than 40 times faster than comparable wide format systems (up to 4,520 square feet/420 square meters per hour). 
That means high-quality, color signs can be printed in five seconds, 30 foot banners in one minute and production runs of 200 prints in about 20 minutes.

Stationary print heads: allow the paper to move under five print heads in one single pass; fewer moving parts mean better speed and less maintenance.

High vibrancy with instantly dry ink: produce a variety of full-color products – from tradeshow banners and presentation graphics to life-size photos and promotional displays – with crisp, precise imagery.

Expansive specialty media range: allow printers to offer customers more choices in wide format applications, with media such as banner fabric, photo gloss, 
satin and backlit/stoplight films.

Industry-leading wide format workflow software: the Caldera GrandRIP+ keeps the device running at full-rated speed while processing jobs. The software is 
easy to use, even for new operators, and includes spot color matching for a uniform look across different jobs and media.  

Personalized software (optional): produce personalized materials quickly and efficiently with Xerox FreeFlow® VI Design Express software. This Adobe 
InDesign plug-in simplifies the design and creation of variable signs; includes templates and step-by-step instructions.

The IJP 2000 will be on display at FESPA, June 25-29 in London, Xerox Stand Q39N and at PRINT 13, Sept. 8-12 in Chicago.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 4/13/2010

New Xerox Wide Format Device Offers High-Speed Precision Printing

When printing engineering and architectural renderings or schematics, accurate printing can’t come at the cost 
of extra time. Enter Xerox Corporation’s (NYSE: XRX) new Xerox Wide Format 6622 ™ Solution that delivers 
sharp, precise detail printing at high speeds.

The wide format black-and-white digital printer, copier and scanner is ideal for reprographic departments within 
engineering, construction and architecture firms where technical drawings need to be easily accessible and 
replicated quickly. For example, government offices can use the 6622 Solution to print surveying documents 
and construction plans, giving home owners and contractors fast access to essential information.
 
The Xerox Wide Format 6622 Solution prints 22 D/A1 (24" x 36") prints-per-minute and offers crisp 600 x 1800 
dpi printing and 600 x 600 dpi scanning options. An on-board color scanner can improve copies of worn 
originals – automatic background suppression makes smudges and creases less noticeable and tattered 
documents easier to read. Scans can be viewed on the color touch screen user interface before being printed, 
helping to verify quality, avoid mistakes and reduce wasted prints.

The 6622 device is driven by Xerox’s FreeFlow® Accxes® Print Server and can easily be incorporated into 
existing workflows. FreeFlow Accxes offers color calibration with other network printers, enhanced management 
of the print queues to easily replicate previous jobs and the capability to seamlessly scan documents to a mailbox 
on the print server, network FTP location or remote network printer.  

The FreeFlow Accxes Print Server unifies the print server software across the entire Xerox wide format monochrome 
portfolio, allowing customers to have a seamless workflow. 

The Xerox Wide Format 6622 Solution adds to the company’s robust line of wide format printers designed for 
technical printing, which includes the Xerox Wide Format 6604/6605™ Solution and the Xerox 6279™ Wide Format 
device. 

Availability and pricing 

The Xerox Wide Format 6622 Solution will be available in May with a U.S. list price starting less than $62,000. 
Availability may vary by geography; contact a Xerox sales representative or authorized Xerox dealer for more 
information.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 5/28/2008

Xerox Launches Space Saving Wide Format Color Printers

Rochester, NY, May 28, 2008  - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has an answer for print providers with a small 
production space but "big" plans to produce full-color point-of-purchase displays, posters, banners, vehicle 
wraps and floor graphics.

The company today unveiled the Xerox 8254E and 8264E Color Wide Format Printers, two value-priced, 
large-format color printers. They are designed for commercial print providers, copy shops, graphic design 
agencies, sign shops and in-plant operations that want to offer or expand large-format applications but can't 
sacrifice production space. The printers, available in 54- and 64-inch models, are the latest additions to the 
company's color solvent ink wide-format portfolio, which now includes six products to meet the growing 
demand for large-format applications.

"Xerox is committed to providing our customers with innovative technology that helps them break into new 
markets, be more productive and succeed with digital print," said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production 
Systems Group. "With these compact and affordable additions to our portfolio, print providers will be able to 
sell items such as grand opening banners and retail store displays to customers they were previously only 
selling everyday prints to, allowing them to become a full-service print partner."

The Xerox 8254E and 8264E printers are compatible with a wide range of media types and produce vibrant 
graphics on indoor and outdoor banners, life-size photos and presentation graphics. The printers use a 
combination of inkjet technology and environmentally friendly eco-solvent inks. This means no ventilation or 
purification system is required and prints can last up to three years without lamination. The 8254E and 8264E 
can print at resolutions that range from 540 to 1440 dpi at production speeds up to 143 to 172 square feet 
per hour (13.54 to 16 square meters per hour), respectively. 

The printers use piezo-electric, drop-on-demand inkjet heads with dynamic variable dot imaging and intelligent 
interweaving print technology to deliver sharp images, smooth color transitions and increased performance at 
higher print speeds. In Europe and Latin America, users can select the Xerox version of the Caldera Graphics 
RIP as a color server option. In the U.S. and Canada, users can choose the Xerox Wide Format Color Server 
Pro RIP or the Xerox Wide Format Color Server RIP as color server options.

Pricing and availability
Order taking for the Xerox 8254E and 8264E Color Wide Format Printers will begin in July for Europe, Russia, 
Middle East and Africa and in August for North America and Latin America with worldwide installations in 
September. See a Xerox sales representative for details in your area.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 3/5/2008

Xerox 8265 Receives Best of Show Honors

Xerox Corporation received a Best of Show Award for the Xerox 8265 Color Wide Format Printer at the annual 
AIIM/On Demand Conference and Exposition. The Best of Show Awards program recognizes innovative 
technologies in nine different categories. 

InfoTrends partnered with the On Demand Conference and Exposition to produce the awards program. The 
Xerox 8265, a winner in the wide-format printing category, is designed for commercial print providers, copy shops, 
graphic design agencies, sign shops, display companies and in-plant operations. 

"This award recognizes Xerox’s commitment to providing our customers with innovative technology to help 
them capture new business in the growing digital marketplace," said Valerie Blauvelt, vice president of 
marketing, Xerox Production Systems Group. "The Xerox 8265 opens up an entirely new set of high-value print 
jobs for customers looking to complement their current capabilities or enter the expanding graphic 
communications color wide-format market." 

Compatible with a wide range of media types, the Xerox 8265 produces graphics on indoor and outdoor 
point-of-purchase displays, banners, signs, posters, life-size photos and floor graphics. The printer uses a 
combination of inkjet technology and environmentally friendly eco-solvent inks, which means no ventilation or 
air purification systems are required during production and prints can last up to three years without lamination. 
Piezo-electric, drop-on-demand inkjet heads with dynamic variable dot imaging and intelligent interweaving print 
technology deliver sharp images, smooth color transitions and increased performance with higher firing 
frequencies. These technologies combine to enable lower ink consumption and keep costs down. 

In addition to the award-winning Xerox 8265, Xerox is showcasing a variety of technology at its On Demand 
exhibit booth (No. 1449) including the flagship Xerox iGen3 110 Digital Production Press, Xerox Nuvera 288 
Digital Perfecting System, Xerox DocuColor 8000AP Digital Press and Xerox 495 Continuous Feed Duplex 
Printer. Also on display are Xerox FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection and ProfitAccelerator Digital Business 
Resources.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 2/5/2008

Xerox Unveils New Wide-Format Color Printers

Rochester, NY - 05 Feb. 2008 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is increasing its portfolio of wide-format color 
printers with two new offerings. The new systems lead print providers to bigger profits by allowing them to
produce large format applications such as full-color banners, presentation graphics and vehicle wraps. 

The Xerox 8265/8290 and 8365/8390 Color Wide Format Printers, designed for commercial printers and in-plant 
operations, are available in 65- and 90-inch models. The new printers open up an entirely new set of high-value 
print jobs for customers looking to complement their current capabilities or enter the expanding graphic 
communications color wide-format market. 

The 8265/8290 printer is compatible with a wide range of media types and produces vibrant graphics on indoor 
and outdoor point-of-purchase displays, banners, life-size photos and floor graphics. The printers use a 
combination of inkjet technology and environmentally-friendly eco-solvent inks, which means no ventilation or 
purification systems are required during production and prints can last up to three years without lamination. 
The 8265/8290 print at resolutions that range from 360 to 1,440 dpi at typical-quality production speeds from 
162 to 215 square feet per hour. 

Digitech Publishing, Inc. of Rochester, N.Y. is a digital on-demand print shop that focuses on short-run 
commercial work, with their wide-format department complementing its traditional business. Digitech installed 
the Xerox 8265 in its sign shop in October 2007 as an early customer test site. Prior to installation, the company 
used two competitive wide-format products, one for outdoor and one for indoor applications. 

"When Xerox approached us with the 8265, it looked like a great opportunity to capture both pieces of the 
wide-format market with one piece of equipment," said Jason Morales, information systems manager, Digitech 
Publishing, Inc. "The Xerox printer has allowed us to do that. We can satisfy both niches with faster speeds, 
lower costs and exceptional quality." 

Digitech has had success creating programs across multiple printing devices, including wide-format and digital 
production presses. Most of the items produced on its wide-format equipment can be combined with the products 
produced on their Xerox iGen3™ 110 Digital Production Press or Xerox Nuvera™ 100 Digital Copier/Printer for 
cross promotion, including event and product promotion, tradeshow signage and corporate communications. 

The opportunity to meet the standard printing needs of clients often opens the door to sell additional services, 
such as wide-format applications to complement the current work being produced. For example, some of 
Digitech's customers are using a combination of wide-format signage and cut-sheet fliers to communicate with 
employees, in addition to e-mail and paycheck stuffers. 

Designed specifically for outdoor applications, the Xerox 8365/8390 uses mild solvent-based inks to reliably 
produce durable images that can stand up to the elements. The inks for the 8365/8390 are waterproof, highly 
abrasion resistant and UV stable to allow printed images to last up to three years without the need for any form 
of protection. The 8300 family can print directly onto a wide variety of low-cost, uncoated materials, such as 
adhesive film and banner material, at resolutions that range from 360 to 720 dpi at typical quality production 
speeds from 162 to 215 square feet per hour. 

Both the 8200 and 8300 series use piezo-electric, drop-on-demand inkjet heads with dynamic variable dot 
imaging and intelligent interweaving print technology to deliver sharp images, smooth color transitions and 
increased performance with higher firing frequencies. Users can choose the Xerox Wide Format Color Server 
Pro RIP or Xerox Wide Format Color Server RIP as color server options.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 1/28/2008

New Xerox Kit Makes It Easier for Photo Retailers, Labs, and Printers to Boost Profits in Photo Specialty Business

Rochester, N.Y., 28 Jan. 2008 -- Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today launched a new resource - the Xerox 
Picture Me Profitable Kit - to help photo labs, photo retailers and digital print providers design, market and produce 
a range of lucrative photo specialty products on Xerox digital printers. 

"Many photo retailers and labs are just beginning to use digital printing. This collection helps them build on their 
photo expertise and expand their business to produce a wide range of new revenue-generating personalized 
applications such as photo books, calendars and greeting cards," said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox's 
Production Systems Group. "For those entering this lucrative photo specialty market, this kit will give them the 
tools they need to start, promote and grow their business." 

Xerox's Picture Me Profitable Kit, developed based on feedback from customers and industry leaders, includes: 

A white paper that gives an overview of the photo specialty market.

A guide to writing a marketing plan that includes tips and worksheets to allow a company to enter and build a 
profitable photo specialty business, including an example from Xerox customer MyPicTales.

Templates to help create applications such as greeting cards, postcards and other photo specialty products. 

A sample book filled with 50 pages of digitally-printed applications and samples of Xerox's specialty media. This 
book helps photo retailers showcase the types of jobs they can create for their customers, such as greeting 
cards, personalized calendars and photo books, as well as business applications like invitations, menus and 
business cards.

A reference book to help photo retailers find answers to questions about digital book printing, finishing, 
workflow and what paper should be used for specific jobs. 

A CD that contains industry articles and research reports. Included is an executive summary about the photo 
merchandise market from leading independent research firm InfoTrends, as well as a sampling of articles from
 top photography and printing publications. 

"With Xerox equipment and support, we were able to recoup our initial investment less than two months after 
fulfilling our first order," said Prathibha Polapragada, owner of MyPicTales, which uses a Xerox DocuColor™ 242 
Digital Color Printer/Copier to produce a variety of photo specialty applications. "Xerox is going beyond providing 
state-of-the-art digital printing equipment. It is making sure customers have everything they need to succeed." 

The kit is the latest addition to Xerox's ProfitAccelerator? Digital Business Resources portfolio, a collection of 
more than 75 tools to help customers maximize their digital investments. It will be launched at the 2008 Photo 
Marketing Association International Convention and Trade Show, the world's largest annual photo imaging trade 
show, Jan. 31 to Feb. 2 in Las Vegas.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 1/21/2008

Xerox Software Speeds Up Production of Photo Books, Greeting Cards and Calendars

Rochester, NY, Jan. 21, 2008 - Advanced software from Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) makes it easier and 
faster for commercial printers, photo labs and photo retailers to produce photo books, greeting cards and 
calendars - the fastest growing segment of the specialty photo printing market.

The Xerox FreeFlow® Print Server with JPEG Plug-in for the Xerox DocuColor® 242/252/260 Digital Color 
Printer/Copier simplifies the photo production process by allowing print operators to use the image files in the 
same format they receive them, eliminating steps from all stages of the production process and improving efficiency. 

Until now, when customers submitted raw JPEG files for photo specialty products, print providers were required 
to pre-process each photo through photo editing programs. However, the JPEG Plug-in eliminates this time-
consuming step from the process and offers easy printing of the appropriate size, number and layout of photos. 

According to InfoTrends, a leading industry research and consulting firm, the photo specialty printing market is 
expected to reach $2 billion by 2010 with a 26 percent compound annual growth rate. Through innovative 
software like the JPEG Plug-in and industry-leading technology like the Xerox DocuColor and Xerox iGen3® 
Digital Production Press family of digital color printers, Xerox is helping print professionals profit from this growth 
opportunity.

Dan’s Camera City in Allentown, Pa., one of the nation’s largest single-location camera stores, was one of the 
first customers to test the Xerox FreeFlow Print Server with JPEG Plug-in. Consumers submit their photo files 
through in-store kiosks and via the Web, and the company’s photo lab uses a Xerox DocuColor 260 to produce 
photo specialty products. Dan’s Camera City is a Fujifilm U.S.A., Inc. customer and an example of the growing 
alliance between Fujifilm and Xerox to help customers build their photo business.

"Helping our customers preserve their memories is our number one priority," said Steve Olock, director, Imaging 
Services, Dan’s Camera City. "This Xerox software makes sure that each digital print job is produced quickly 
and flawlessly, no matter how complex the file or the project. With its advanced technology, our lab operators 
spend less time manipulating files and more time ensuring the finished product is something customers will want 
to keep forever."

Pre-set queues, a unique feature of the Xerox FreeFlow Print Server with JPEG Plug-in, allow print operators to 
produce photo products, no matter how complex, with greater ease. Benefits include the ability to print a zip file 
of JPEGs as one print job or individual print jobs and account for image and paper size, layout style, sequencing, 
as well as gutter and crop marks. Operators can easily produce the most common size images by dragging and 
dropping a file into a folder based on the desired output size. 

One touch correction for poor quality photos

The Xerox FreeFlow Print Server also offers Automatic Image Enhancement for “one-click” photo enhancements 
without the time or expense associated with traditional photo manipulation. Print providers producing photo 
books, greeting cards, posters, calendars and memory books on the Xerox DocuColor 242/252/260 can 
easily adjust eight quality settings including exposure, sharpening, saturation and red-eye reduction – without 
having to go back into the photo editing software.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 9/4/2007

Xerox Business Consulting Services, Assessment Tool Help Print Providers Maximize Their Digital Investment

Rochester, N.Y., Sept. 4, 2007 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today launched business development 
services that bring its digital printing expertise directly into a customer’s operation and introduced a new 
financial modeling tool that helps print providers increase productivity and achieve cost and efficiency savings. 

"Many of our customers don’t have the time or expertise to take their business to the next level. They are asking 
for our help to transition to digital, develop new application offerings and analyze their print production costs," 
said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. "We’re arming our customers with the best tools 
and services to leverage their technology, maximize their print environment and be more profitable."

New business development services 

            Whether they are new to digital printing or taking steps to expand their digital business, maximizing the 
full capabilities of their digital technology is a clear objective for print providers. Xerox’s New Business of Printing® - 
Business Development Services were built in response to customer requirements and will provide both training 
and professional services to help print providers generate increased page volume and revenue. 

The three initial Digital Business Services offerings are developing a digital marketing plan, selling one-to-one 
marketing campaigns and Web-to-print jobs, and training and managing a digital sales force. The offerings are 
executed by a dedicated team of Xerox business development consultants and industry experts. Additional 
services will be available in the future.

"After spending time with the Xerox business development consultants, our sales team is much more informed 
and confident in the opportunities the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press will create for our organization," 
said Laura Feldner, sales manager, Forum Communications Printing. "They helped us identify new revenue 
opportunities within our current customer database and used that information to create a roadmap of how 
specifically we should reach out and demonstrate the added value we can provide."

Investments made easy

The new Xerox ProfitQuick® Investment Planner is the latest addition to Xerox’s ProfitAccelerator Digital Business 
Resources collection and complements Xerox’s existing financial modeling tools, which until now met a different 
set of customer needs by focusing strictly on the impact of hardware investments. This new tool gives Xerox
experts the ability to analyze a print provider’s entire workflow from job administration, prepress, printing and
finishing through fulfillment and distribution, and then predict how digital equipment and an automated workflow - 
such as Web-to-print - impacts costs and time. 

"As print providers begin the process of purchasing new equipment or software they often lack an essential 
piece of knowledge - an understanding of their total cost of operations, from processing, production and 
warehousing to pick-and-pack, shipping and billing," said Dan Adler, president, DA Digital, a consulting firm for 
the digital print industry. "The new ProfitQuick Investment Planner can be used to help assess a print provider’s 
most common jobs from beginning to end, revealing total cost of operation and providing recommendations that 
arm them with the knowledge they need to make informed purchasing decisions."

ProfitQuick Investment Planner is the most advanced assessment tool available and was designed with 
customer input. It offers a complete, customized analysis of a print provider’s costs, workflow and equipment in 
detailed reports, flowcharts and graphs. Print shops then use the information for side-by-side cost and profit 
comparisons for offset, digital, and integrated printing environments and workflows. This makes it easy to identify 
the best workflow and equipment options, distinguish the most valuable jobs and applications, forecast business 
growth and justify the cost of a complete print solution.

The assessment generated by the ProfitQuick Investment Planner will help commercial printers and in-plant 
operations better understand how to meet customer job requirements, increase their capacity to take on more 
jobs and reduce total costs.  

With more than 60 items, the ProfitAccelerator Collection is the graphic communications industry's most extensive 
toolkit of business and market development resources. The additions will be showcased in Xerox’s booth No. 
1219 at Graph Expo, the printing industry's largest annual exhibition in North America, Sept. 9-12 in Chicago.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 8/27/2007

Xerox Develops New Resource for Commercial Printers to Quickly Build a Successful Digital Business

Rochester, N.Y., 27 Aug. 2007 -- Commercial printers can start and quickly build a successful, revenue-
generating digital printing business by using a comprehensive set of tools and services now available from Xerox 
Corporation (NYSE: XRX). The Xerox Digital Print Shop in a Box, provided at no charge to customers, is an easy-
to-use, interactive CD and Web-based collection that provides step-by-step guides, business resources, 
application software and associated services to get commercial printers up and running quickly. 

Xerox believes there is a huge opportunity for printers to provide digital printing and services. According to the 
Printing Industries of America/Graphic Arts Technical Foundation's (PIA/GATF) 2006 Print Atlas, about 77 
percent of the 23,500 commercial printers in the United States have not yet made the move to digital printing. 

"This is a single resource that removes the barriers identified by customers to enter the digital print market," said 
Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. "It opens the door to new opportunities for 
commercial printers to complement their offset businesses and capture everything from simple short-run, on-
demand digital jobs to more complex and lucrative one-to-one marketing pieces and Web-to-print collaterals. 
Digital Print Shop in a Box is another valuable tool to help our customers succeed in The New Business of Printing." 

Xerox's Digital Print Shop in a Box complements the company's ProfitAccelerator Digital Business Resources 
collection, the industry's most comprehensive set of business development resources. The offering includes 
two guides that take a printer through the first months of operating a digital business. The sales and marketing 
guide is a simple start-up plan that addresses how to train a sales staff for developing a consultative sale that 
helps build revenue for both offset and digital applications. The operations guide walks a commercial printer 
through the initial implementation of a unified offset and digital environment. It also pulls together tips that address 
pricing and personnel, and how to choose the right Xerox FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection tools. 

The guides direct users through best-practice resources on the CD and the Web from Xerox and leading 
industry partners. Because Xerox has packaged these resources into one robust collection, print providers can 
avoid browsing through dozens of materials to decide which to use. 

"According to the NAPL State of the Industry Report, printers who increasingly compete on price alone are 
experiencing eroding profits," said Howard Fenton, NAPL senior consultant, digital technologies and production. 
"NAPL's State of the Industry research also shows an increasing interest among printers in complementing offset 
printing with digital printing and services, but respondents report they need help establishing a digital business." 

Xerox's Digital Print Shop in a Box resources include: 

- A feature offering from XMPie, Inc. called MakeMagic! that allows printers to develop complete one-to-one, 
self-promotional direct marketing campaigns at no cost using a Web portal or XMPie software solutions. The 
- Web site contains templates, software trial downloads, demos and case studies.

- An easy-to-install Web-to-print solution from NowDocs called NowPrint ASAP. This is a subscription service for 
print providers who want to offer digital print order submission, catalogs and personalization with a start-up cost 
of less than $200. The user interface is simple and a printer can do the initial set-up in about 15 minutes. 

- Industry guides from Xerox and PIA/GATF for opening new markets.

- Select Xerox FreeFlow workflow software offerings.

- Digital printing tips and resources for the graphic communications industry from RedHotDigital, a Xerox Web site.

- Resources and toolkits designed specifically for commercial printers from Adobe Systems Incorporated and 
Pantone, Inc. 

The success of Steele Creek Printing and Design, Inc., Pineville, N.C., reflects the positive impact of digital 
printing. Steele Creek entered the market in 2005 when it acquired a Xerox DocuColor™ 240 Digital Color Printer
/Copier. The small commercial print company has experienced 100 percent growth each of the last two years, 
which Owner Charles Wilkerson attributes largely to digital printing. 

"This is a whole different market for our company," said Wilkerson, who in May 2007 added a second digital 
system, the Xerox DocuColor? 5000 Digital Press. "It's often overwhelming to see how much is available to 
develop a digital business. At the last Xerox workshop I went to the speaker said, 'Pick one or two, no more 
than three things to go back and work on.' It would have been much easier for our company to enter digital if 
there had been one comprehensive 'how to' kit like this available."

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 7/6/2006

CRW Graphics Uses Xerox iGen3 Digital Press to Grow Color Business, Develop More Effective Communication Campaigns

Pennsauken, N.J., and Rochester, N.Y., July 06, 2006  -- CRW Graphics, one of the largest commercial printers 
in the Delaware Valley, has installed a Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) iGen3 110 Digital Production Press to 
expand its digital color printing business and meet growing customer demand for personalized, short-run, full-color 
digital printing.

"The iGen3 press will become the centerpiece of our digital business and a key differentiator to increase revenue," 
said Harriet Weiss, CEO, CRW Graphics. "It will allow us to substantially increase our digital printing volume over 
the next year, develop more effective communication campaigns for our customers, and increase their return on 
investment." 

CRW Graphics has offered digital printing for more than four years, and according to Weiss, it is one of the 
fastest growing and most profitable business segments for the company. Weiss said the 110-page-per-minute
Xerox iGen3 digital press allows the company to provide a wider range of one-to-one marketing campaigns and 
print-on-demand applications for its customers - such as direct mail, postcards and newsletters - with quicker 
turnaround times. CRW Graphics produces jobs for businesses including retail, educational, advertising, 
manufacturing and healthcare segments. 

The company offered a seminar last month to educate customers on digital and variable information printing. 
To help with the seminar, CRW Graphics used an open house binder and personalized the Prepress for Digital 
Print book, both among the 40 tools, programs and services in Xerox's ProfitAccelerator™ Digital Business 
Resources portfolio.

After much research, CRW Graphics chose the Xerox iGen3 110 for its industry-leading technology, superior 
speed, print quality and larger paper size. The company is one of only two print companies in the Delaware 
Valley that can print digitally on paper up to 14.33" x 22.5". The iGen3 press with a Creo Spire color server, 
coupled with CRW Graphics' own Web-to-print capabilities, will allow the company to better serve its customers 
from job creation and ordering to fulfillment and delivery.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 6/19/2006

Xerox Expands Coated Paper Line to Give Customers Even More Digital Printing Flexibility

Xerox Corporation has enhanced its supplies portfolio with another addition to its premium digital coated paper 
line, giving customers more choices when producing applications such as catalogues, direct-mail pieces, 
brochures, posters and marketing collaterals. The Xerox Digital Color Select Gloss product line has been extended 
to include 100 lb. text and cover weights in 17" x 11", 18" x 12" and 20.5" x 14.33" sizes, and is designed for 
use on a variety of Xerox digital printing systems including the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press. A full list 
f recommended media for Xerox equipment can be found in the Paper Resource Centre at www.xerox.com/paper.

The new extended weight range features a 90 brightness and a blue-white shade - enabling rich, sharp, high 
quality color images and is available immediately. The papers join the existing Xerox Digital Color Elite Gloss and 
Silk and Digital Color Supreme Gloss coated paper lines, which all feature an exclusive coating for superior 
smoothness and benchmark toner adhesion. 

All Xerox papers are engineered at the Xerox Media & Compatibles Technology Center, an organization devoted 
to the design and development of paper suitable for the demands of digital printing.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 5/26/2006

Send Free Postcards Of Support To U.S. Troops Overseas Via Xerox Web Site

Rochester, N.Y., June 26, 2006 - Specialist Tommy Brooks from the 2-130 Illinois Infantry Battalion served a 
12-month tour in Iraq and says there's nothing like getting mail from home.

"A letter has a sense of warmth and is more personal than e-mail. With regular mail, it’s all yours to keep and 
take with you when you’re on the move," said Brooks.

 You can send your appreciation to U.S. soldiers like Specialist Brooks through a new Web site sponsored by 
Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) at www.LetsSayThanks.com.  Launching today, the site allows you to write a 
personalized message on postcards drawn by kids across the country which will be printed and sent to deployed 
forces in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere.

Following the success of local community card drives in Atlanta and Phoenix, which delivered thousands of 
postcards overseas, Xerox created www.LetsSayThanks.com to give people a way to show their support no 
matter where they live. Visitors simply click on their favorite design, drawn by children ages 6-14, and write a
personal message to a soldier. The colorful postcards are then printed on a Xerox iGen3® Digital Production 
Press and mailed in care packages by the military support organization Give2theTroops.

"We started this effort so specific communities could get even more involved with supporting their local 
servicemen and women," said Mike Brannigan, president of Xerox’s United States Solutions Group. "But when 
we saw the reaction not only from the public but also from the troops overseas, we moved to an online effort 
that will allow people from across the U.S. and around the world to send postcards to the men and women of 
the armed forces."

To submit a card, visit www.LetsSayThanks.com, click on your favorite postcard design and personalize it with 
your message, and then hit submit. If you live in the U.S., you can request a copy of the postcard and message 
to be delivered to you as well.  In addition, postcard designs will continue to rotate with new artwork, so visit 
the site for details on how to submit new drawings for consideration.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 5/16/2006

Xerox Executes Growth Strategy With Five New Color Systems

PHILADELPHIA, May 16, 2006 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today launched a cadre of digital color printers, 
presses and copiers and announced $53 million in new document management services contracts. 

The announcements come at AIIM/On Demand, a major document imaging industry event where Xerox will brief 
customers, press and analysts on the escalating demand for color technology and business consulting services 
in enterprises of every size. 

Xerox's color line, already the most extensive in the industry, has been expanded with five additional systems, 
including a new mid-level digital production color press and color printers, digital copiers and multifunction products 
aimed at offices small to large. 

At the same time, Xerox detailed two major consulting services contracts: a $36 million, seven-year deal with 
the University of Calgary and a $17 million, four-year contract with InterContinental Hotels Group.  The signings 
include enterprise-wide document management services combined with advanced office and high-end production 
print technology to streamline the flow of information and reduce costs. 

"Xerox is intently focused on its customers, offering them the industry's broadest choice of hardware, software 
and services so they can indeed work smarter," said Angele Boyd, group vice president, IDC, a global information 
technology research group.  "As a result, customers in diverse environments - from the office to the print shop - 
can turn to Xerox to help them be more productive."  

At the briefing, hosted by Jim Firestone, president, Xerox North America, Xerox is discussing the ways customers 
can achieve high-performance results. Color is among the key accelerators of growth, according to Firestone, for 
both Xerox and its customers.  

According to IDC, Xerox was No. 1 in unit shipments in the U.S. color hardcopy peripherals market of all color 
equipment printing more than 40 pages per minute - with 42 percent market share in the fourth quarter of 20051.  
That's up 18 percentage points over the same quarter in the previous year, reflecting both the increasing demand 
for color and the strength of Xerox's line. And in the first quarter of 2006, Xerox reports that more than 7.1 billion 
color pages were printed on its office and production color systems.  

"The breadth of Xerox's digital color portfolio surrounds the competition, with options in every speed range, and 
offers superior value for customers who want to harness the proven results that color can bring to their operations,
" Firestone said. "Add to that the increasing momentum of Xerox's consulting services business, and you have 
the industry's most powerful combination of people, process and technology." 

Office to Production

Xerox brings new features and capabilities to a wider range of customers with five products for both offices and 
professional print providers. In the production printing realm, the Xerox DocuColor(r) 5000 Digital Press is the first 
digital press for print providers that need more advanced features than are currently available for mid-range 
monthly print volumes.  The DocuColor 5000 prints 50 pages per minute and will be available in North
America and Europe beginning in June. 

For office environments, Xerox is launching the WorkCentre(r) 7655, WorkCentre 7665 and WorkCentre 7132 
color multifunction products.  The WorkCentre systems are the first digital color multifunction systems equipped 
with Xerox Standard Accounting software, which makes it easy for people to monitor, track and manage color 
prints, copies, faxes and scans. These products help corporate offices, schools, government agencies and other 
organizations better manage color printing costs.

The new Phaser(r) 7760 tabloid color laser printer prints up to 35 ppm in color and has an industry-leading black-
and-white speed of 45 ppm compared to other products in its class. It features new color management tools and 
enhanced image quality that allow design professionals to create vibrant, full-color documents such as newsletters, 
brochures and pre-press proofs. 

Software and Business Development

Xerox announced a number of software offerings and business development tools that help customers simplify 
work processes and boost performance.
*   Xerox and Electronics for Imaging introduced the EFI Splash RPX-i, new Mac-based software that makes it
easier to control color and improve printing efficiency for the successful Xerox DocuColor 240/250 Digital 
Printer/Copier. 
*   New Xerox-developed software in the professional printing arena allows print providers to quickly gain 
copyright clearance and, in turn, produce printed and copied papers, textbooks and other documents without 
violating copyright laws.  
*   Xerox is expanding the professional printing industry's largest portfolio of business development tools, the 
ProfitAcceleratorTM Digital Business Resources, with three additional kits. 

In the office, Xerox unveiled a new version of Xerox FreeFlow SMARTsend® software that includes TrueMatch, 
an advanced search capability with linguistic technology developed at Xerox's European research center in 
Grenoble, France. It works much like an Internet search engine that automates key word searches and filters 
relevant information.  This capability enables workers to use a multifunction system to easily find an electronic 
copy of a paper document that has been scanned into a repository.The most recent versions of sales brochures 
and price sheets can now be more easily retrieved and printed on demand in retail stores, corporate offices and 
other environments.  

Xerox also is reinforcing its support of industry standards through a partnership with Microsoft, creating advanced 
scanning and printing capabilities for Xerox office multifunction systems to support Microsoft's XML Paper 
Specification (XPS) technology. XPS is built into Windows Vista, the next generation of the Windows Operating 
System. This will enable documents to be printed with even richer graphics and more consistent quality. 

Xerox's booth at On Demand, No. 2100 in Hall C, and its booth at AIIM, No. 407 in Hall A, will showcase an 
array of Xerox printers, multifunction systems, digital presses and a variety of software and services.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 2/3/2006

Xerox Packs New Wide-Format Printer with Powerful Features

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Feb. 03, 2006 -- Equipping print providers with the right technology to profit from the
growing digital wide-format printing market, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today announced the Xerox 6204
Wide Format Solution, a black-and-white copier and printer aimed at commercial print shops and architectural,
engineering and construction companies. 

Xerox unveiled the new product at the co-located Xplor show and the Graphics of the Americas Exhibition - 
the first major printing industry trade show of 2006. 

The Xerox 6204 copier and printer is one of the fastest in its class, and it is designed to produce engineering
renderings, topographic and aerial maps, and mechanical and architectural drawings. It is ideal for customers
transitioning from analog to digital printing or for those entering the wide-format printing market for the first time.
Wide-format documents typically exceed 24 inches in width. 

"Xerox is an important player in the monochrome digital wide-format market with one of the largest installed
bases," said Tim Greene, director of the wide-format research group at InfoTrends, a leading independent
industry research firm. "They now have a complete portfolio of products for users in small, medium and large
technical document printing establishments - both on the enterprise and print-for-pay side." 

Digital low-end wide-format printer revenue is expected to grow from $87 million in 2005 to $115 million in 2009,
representing the fastest-growing segment of the wide-format digital printer market, according to InfoTrends. 

"Digital wide-format printers are becoming easier to use, smaller in size and more economical," said Quincy
Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. "The flexibility of the Xerox 6204 allows print shops and
enterprises to take full advantage of a wide-format solution with a minimal investment in dollars and space." 

Hanlon Architects, a Rochester, N.Y.-based architectural firm, purchased the Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution
to help clients produce plans and designs. "When a project gets a green light, our clients expect us to
immediately turn around documents," said David Hanlon, president, Hanlon Architects. "With the 6204, we are
able to respond to our clients' expectations quickly and produce quality documents." 

The company had been using a competitive system that was significantly slower than the Xerox 6204. When
researching a faster replacement, Hanlon Architects looked at systems that had a separate scanner and
determined the products were too large to fit on their office floor. However, the Xerox 6204 system's compact
design kept it out of Hanlon's basement and in the office, where the company's 14 employees can quickly
scan plans to their network, print multiple-page construction drawings, and copy architectural renderings. 

Two Configurations Deliver Speed and Flexibility 
The Xerox 6204 is available in two configurations: a printer-only model and a printer-copier model with the
optional capability of scanning to the network. The printer-only model is the only configuration of its kind in the
low-end, digital black-and-white wide-format market; competitive products include both a printer and scanner,
regardless of a customer's needs. 

The scanner on the Xerox 6204 printer-copier is the fastest in its class, scanning 600 dots-per-inch resolution at
3 inches per second. Unlike some competitive products, the system lets people scan documents to their
network in one step. 

In addition, the Xerox 6204 includes several other benefits: 
? Speed. One of the fastest products in the low-end, black-and-white digital wide-format market, the 6204 prints
four "D-size" (24" x 36") images per minute and can be upgraded to print five D-size ipm. Few competitive
systems can print five D-size ipm. Users can also select a two-roll paper option for greater printing capacity.
? Benchmark image quality. The Xerox 6204 prints large documents at widths from 11 inches to 36 inches at
600 x 600 dpi.
? Flexibility. The Xerox 6204 is smaller than competitive printers because it doesn't require a standalone
scanner and PC. It also can be placed within inches of a wall, conserving work space, since printed documents
are delivered from the front. A touch-screen interface and integrated scanner also make it simple to operate for
a variety of customers, including government agencies, utilities and educational institutions.
? Workflow integration. An embedded print controller, the processor that sets up print files and transfers them to
the printer, helps print providers streamline and standardize how their print operations work, which reduces costs
and improves productivity. 

Xerox now gives customers five digital, black-and-white wide-format printing options to meet their speed and
page volume demands: the Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution, the Xerox 510 and 721 Print Systems, and the
Xerox 6030 and 6050 Wide Format Systems. 

Availability and pricing 
The Xerox 6204 Wide Format Solution is immediately available worldwide from the Xerox direct sales force and
authorized dealers and distributors. The U.S. manufacturer's suggested list price for the printer-only configuration
starts at $13,000; list price for the printer-copier starts at $16,825.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 1/4/2006

New Xerox Digital Copier-Printer Bridges Office and Light Production Markets

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Jan. 4, 2006 In its first product launch of the new year, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) 
today announced the Xerox 4590 digital copier-printer, which provides unmatched scanning speed and image 
quality for large networked offices and light production environments such as in-house and quick-print shops.  

The Xerox 4590 leads the market with image quality of 2400 x 2400 dots per inch resolution and scanning 
speeds of up to 100 double-sided pages per minute.  It prints and copies up to 90 pages-per-minute. Workers
can quickly and easily produce large, complex documents including brochures and booklets as well as everyday 
business documents like reports and training materials. The system is engineered to produce from 75,000 to 
175,000 pages per month.

Based on the same design as the Xerox 4110 digital copier-printer, the Xerox 4590 reflects Xerox’s use of 
common technology platforms that can be extended across multiple products.  Installs of Xerox production 
monochrome systems grew 21 percent in the third quarter of 2005, driven largely by the success of the Xerox 
4110 system. In addition, data from IDC, a leading market research firm, indicates that the Xerox 4110 
increased the company's U.S. market share within the 91 page-per-minute and faster monochrome copier 
based-MFP market to 33 percent in the third quarter of 2005, up 11 percentage points from the same period in 
2004.

"The productivity features and crisp image quality make the Xerox 4590 a compelling offering for customers," 
said Keith Kmetz, director, Hardcopy Peripherals Solutions and Services programs at IDC. "Similar to the 4110's 
strong position in the light production market, this new system has the potential to increase Xerox’s share in 
the high-volume office segment."

"The Xerox 4590 is built on proven technology that will continue to drive growth for Xerox," said Tim Williams, 
president, Xerox Office Group.  "We are kicking off 2006 with a system that delivers a superior customer 
experience and beats the competition in image quality, speed and finishing."

The Xerox 4590 is designed to help customers spend less time at the system waiting for jobs to be completed 
and more time getting work done. These benefits include:  

·Productivity. While competitive products slow down when scanning double-sided documents, the Xerox 4590 
copier-printer maintains scanning speeds up to 100 ppm for both single and double-sided documents. With this 
new system and the Xerox 4110 digital copier-printer introduced last year, Xerox delivers the fastest scanning 
speeds in the office printing and light production markets. 

The Xerox 4590 has a 250-sheet automatic document handler that holds 150 sheets more than competing devices, 
and it has up to eight paper trays for up to 8,225 sheets of paper. With this superior paper capacity, the system 
can handle large jobs easily with minimal intervention. Users can also ensure jobs are completed quickly and 
without interruptions by replacing toner cartridges while a job is running.

· Professionally finished documents.  This system provides 2400 x 2400 dots per inch resolution and 256 gray 
levels, delivering sharp images, fine lines and text. Xerox’s patented EA toner, which requires less energy to 
manufacture and generates less waste, ensures images remain consistent.                                                                                           

Customers also can create complex technical documents or creative collaterals, such as menus, catalogs or 
user manuals.  The Xerox 4590 supports an unsurpassed range of media, up to 13" x 19.2" and 140 lb./253 
gsm. It includes a post-process interposer which automatically inserts color pages or covers into documents 
and finishing options such as 100-sheet stapling, hole punching, and tri-folding. 

·Easier workflow.  The Xerox 4590 makes it easy to convert hardcopy documents to digital files.  It can scan 
up to 10 jobs while simultaneously printing, preventing long waits in busy print shops and offices. People can 
easily capture, store and share documents by scanning them on the Xerox 4590 and sending them directly to 
e-mail.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 12/19/2005

Xerox Gives Wide-Format Print Providers New Tools To Grow Profits

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Dec. 15, 2005 - Print providers now have more ways to profit in the growing digital wide-
format market with Xerox Corporation's (NYSE: XRX) upgraded Xerox 8160 and 8142 Wide Format Color Printer 
server and three new media selection tools.  The enhancements help print providers better meet market demand 
for large full-color posters, banners and point-of-purchase signs by improving efficiency, reducing costs and 
decreasing waste.  According to a study by Tim Greene of industry research firm InfoTrends, the retail value of 
wide-format digital graphics in North America this year is $9 billion, and that number is expected to reach nearly 
$13 billion by 2009. Printers are increasingly using digital wide-format technology as an alternative to more 
complex and time-consuming production methods such as screen printing. 

The improved wide-format color server drives images to the Xerox 8160/8142 systems.  It lets print providers 
preview color changes prior to printing, saving time and conserving paper.   Additional enhancements allow 
people to: 
* Position or rotate images for maximum paper usage. 
* Save job settings for use at a later time.  
* Integrate the 8160/8142 more easily with existing  wide-format equipment.
* Ensure color accuracy by printing the right colors on the right paper the first time using preprogrammed profiles.

"Providing printers with the right technology to drive wide-format business is the rationale behind the 8160/8142 
enhancements," said Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group.  "Whether it is producing indoor 
or outdoor product signage, movie posters or a banner for a ribbon-cutting ceremony, our customers can find 
compelling opportunities to profit in this growing market." 

To complement its technology enhancements, Xerox introduced three wide-format media selection tools, 
which take the guesswork out of selecting the right paper for a print job. Xerox's Wide Format Swatchbook 
showcases the full range of Xerox supplies available for the graphic arts inkjet market.  The book includes 
paper samples and instructions on how each product handles each media, including product specifications, 
machine compatibility and operating instructions. Print providers who need immediate help selecting the right 
paper for a job can access the Wide Format Inkjet Media Online Selector Tool on Xerox's Web site. The tool 
evaluates the type of application and desired ink, and it quickly generates suggestions for the best media to 
suit the job. 

Finally, the enhanced Wide Format Paper and Specialty Media Display Graphics Applications Guide covers how 
each paper handles image quality and durability of graphics.  It also provides tips about shelf life, storage 
requirements, and application ideas and procedures.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 5/18/2005

Xerox Gives Print Providers a Competitive Edge

PHILADELPHIA, May 18, 2005 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is expanding its customer support with a 
set of tools and digital print samples to help commercial printers boost their business in 10 key markets from 
banking to education.

Xerox has also expanded its remote services to several black-and-white and highlight-color production printers.  
The service provides real-time help that optimizes machine performance and resolves issues quickly.

The ProfitAccelerator(tm) Vertical Market Kit is the latest sales and marketing resource within ProfitAccelerator, 
a program that helps customers increase their return on investments in Xerox digital printing technology. The 
kit contains information, templates and source files for sample applications that print sales representatives can 
use with potential clients in the hospitality, association, retail, real estate, insurance, life sciences, banking, 
higher education, healthcare and automotive industries.

ProfitAccelerator tools, including the ProfitAccelerator Vertical Market Kit, will be displayed as part of a "Wall 
of Profit" in Xerox's booth at the AIIM/On Demand Conference and Exposition, May 17-19 in Philadelphia.

Xerox   Expands Remote Services
Building on the success of the remote services program for the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press, Xerox 
is providing enhanced monitoring and maintenance for the Xerox NuveraTM 100/120 Digital Copier/Printers,
 Xerox Nuvera 100/120 Digital Production Systems and the DocuTech® 128/155/180 Highlight Color systems.

"Xerox shares in our customers' drive for success - these services are a true partnership in productivity," said 
Quincy Allen, president, Xerox Production Systems Group.  "We provide our expertise and worldwide support 
resources to help make a customer's operation the best it can be."

Xerox specialists monitor the equipment through Internet connections and collect data to help identify and 
resolve issues faster, often in less time than it would take to send a service person to the site.  New remote 
desktop sharing capabilities allow Xerox, when authorized by a machine's owner, to remotely access the system 
to assist a customer with a specific issue.  Industry-leading security measures - Secure Socket Layer (SSL) 
protocols and 128-bit encryption - ensure that information is safely transmitted between the machine and Xerox 
specialists.

Tucker Printers in Rochester, N.Y., part of Consolidated Graphics, uses remote services for its Xerox iGen3 press.  
According to Dan Tucker, president, Tucker Printers, Xerox's remote services detected a software problem 
related to color registration before the job was printed, saving him the time and money it would have cost to 
reprint it.

"In today's business climate of fast job turnaround times and demanding customer needs, it gives me peace of 
mind to have proactive services and preventive maintenance to minimize down time and keep my digital press 
running," said Tucker.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 3/31/2005

Xerox and Pantone Take Guesswork Out of Digital Printing

SAN FRANCISCO AND CARLSTADT, N.J., March 31, 2005   Xerox Corporation's (NYSE: XRX) ongoing 
collaboration with Pantone, Inc. to ensure colors are always reproduced precisely on Xerox digital presses 
has yielded new PANTONE digital chips books for the Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press and DocuColor 
8000 Digital Color Press, when used with Xerox's FreeFlow(TM) DocuSP front end which sets up print files 
and transfers them to the printer.

I.T. Strategies, an independent research firm, predicts that by 2007, annual worldwide spending on digital 
color output by businesses and consumers will hit almost $50 billion.  Color quality is a prime concern for print 
providers looking to capitalize on this growing market.

"Client satisfaction is of utmost importance to us, after all our livelihood depends on it," said Gavin Jordan-
Smith, director, Digital Communications of Toppan Printing Company America, Inc.  "Xerox understands the 
importance of delivering not only the equipment, but resources like the digital chips books to help us meet 
our customers' precise standards for both color and quality."

Previously, determining how a particular color would appear on the page before it went to a digital press 
required print providers to test, speculate and estimate.  Using PANTONE digital chips books, print providers 
are now able to accurately predict a color's appearance, saving them the time and money necessary to 
correct a print job for color accuracy.

The PANTONE digital chips books show a three-way comparison of how 1,089 PANTONE MATCHING 
SYSTEM® Colors look when printed on a Xerox digital press or an offset press using CYMK process printing.

Like a paint or fabric swatch, these colors are presented in a tear-out"chip" format on coated paper that can 
be easily attached to artwork so designers, printers and clients have clear expectations of the final printed results.

"Xerox clearly recognizes the importance of providing tools to help its customers be more successful and 
provide added value to their clients," said Richard Herbert, president, Pantone, Inc.  "The first digital chips 
book we developed was for Xerox, and it is still the only digital press company that offers its customers this 
invaluable resource."

The Xerox iGen3 Digital Production Press excels at high volume, high quality, short-run printing that creates 
economical, full-color output with the look and feel of offset, providing print providers new ways to meet their 
customers' needs.

The 80-page-per-minute DocuColor 8000 is the latest addition to the successful DocuColor product line.  
Designed for commercial printers, in-plant printers, data centers and quick-print professionals, the 
DocuColor8000 features unmatched image quality and mixed-media flexibility when compared to competitive 
presses.

PANTONE digital chips books are part of Xerox's Profit Accelerator(TM) portfolio, a customer resource program 
that provides tools to help commercial and graphic arts customers grow their business and succeed at digital 
printing.

PANTONE digital chips books for the Xerox iGen3 and DocuColor 8000 digital presses will be available 
mid-May in North America and Europe. The U.S. list price starts at $349 per book.  The books can be ordered 
though www.xerox.com/supplies. Volume discounts are available.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 3/29/2005

Xerox "Digitally Cool" Color Seminars

Xerox Corporation will hold the third of 19 scheduled worldwide educational color printing seminars, tagged as 
"Digitally Cool," at the Gil Hatch Center for Customer Innovation in Webster, N.Y., on March 30.  The seminar 
series was developed by Xerox to build awareness of the growth and trends of digital color and variable-data 
printing among commercial printers, quick printers, in-plant printers and graphic arts professionals. Creo, EFI,
Pantone, Toppan Printing Company America and XMPie have joined the series to help Xerox demonstrate how 
digital color printing can boost print volumes and increase profits. 

Each half-day event features a hands-on experience with the programs and products-including the Xerox 
iGen3(r) Digital Production Press, DocuColor 6060 and 8000 digital presses-that will drive the new business 
of digital color printing. Invited by a personalized poster invitation printed on the iGen3 press and using a 
personalized Web site to register, attendees will learn the value of color in today's industry and what it could 
mean for their own business growth and development. The Digitally Cool series has already had a successful 
start at its first two stops in Atlanta and Los
Angeles.  

Upcoming seminar dates and locations in North America include:
March 30 - Webster, N.Y.
April 7 - Dallas
April 20 - Toronto
June 7 - Washington, D.C.
June 9 - Chicago (target date)

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 1/13/2005

Focus on Innovation At Xerox Produces More Than 500 Patents

STAMFORD, Conn., Jan. 13, 2005 - Xerox Corporation's (NYSE: XRX) research and development investment 
continued to pay off in 2004, adding 520 U.S. utility patents in areas as diverse as mobile document imaging, 
color print reproduction, management of print shops, and advanced materials that can improve the performance 
of printers and copiers.  This unflagging commitment to innovation fueled by the brainpower of Xerox scientists 
and engineers has netted more than 16,000 patents since Xerox was founded and is the launch pad for future 
growth.  

"These patents typify the creative brilliance that's enriching existing products, developing next-generation 
product platforms, and exploring potentially disruptive technologies for new growth opportunities.  The 
innovations they represent are at the heart of Xerox's future success; they are the way Xerox creates 
shareholder value," said Hervé Gallaire, chief technology officer and president, Xerox Innovation Group.  
Gallaire noted that Xerox introduced 40 new products in 2004. Through the third quarter of last year, about 
two-thirds of the company's equipment sales were generated from products launched in the last two years. 

"Our intellectual property process identifies ideas that will spawn the coming waves of document services and 
technologies - ones that our customers can ride to new levels of productivity," he added. Xerox provides 
unmatched expertise in document systems, services and solutions. Its research helps customers in workplaces 
and commercial-printing environments increase the intelligence, quality and productivity of their documents 
and work processes and build new businesses.

Much Xerox research is tightly coordinated with business units; the remainder is aimed at developing future 
opportunities both in its core business and in related areas of expertise.  Xerox was awarded a number of 
strategic patents in 2004 that strengthen its intellectual property portfolio. Included were patents in the areas 
of capturing and converting documents from hardcopy to digital form using a mobile phone or phone camera; 
streamlining production printing shop operations to become more productive; and achieving even more 
accurate color reproduction from one printer to the next.  Other key patents include ones that help make 
printer parts like photoreceptors last longer; belt coatings that improve product performance; and a flexible 
and efficient way to compress and decompress digital documents that allows print professionals to produce 
high-resolution color prints with fully personalized content and images at speeds of 100 pages per minute.  

In addition to the patents granted to Xerox last year, its joint-venture partner in Japan, Fuji Xerox Co. Ltd., was 
awarded 202 patents, raising the overall patent total for the Xerox Group to 717.  (Because the two companies' 
research is strategically coordinated, the group total includes five jointly held patents where Xerox Corporation 
and Fuji Xerox worked together on research.)  The combined total ranks the Xerox Group among the
top 25 U.S. patent winners in 2004.  With more than 16,000 U.S. patents granted since the company's 
founding, Xerox is one of the country's most prolific generators of inventions.  

Xerox Corporation operates research and technology centers in the United States, Canada and Europe that 
conduct work in color science, computing, digital imaging, work practices, electromechanical systems, novel 
materials and other disciplines connected to Xerox's expertise in printing and document management.  The 
company consistently builds its inventions into business by embedding them in Xerox products and solutions, 
using them as the foundation of new businesses, or licensing or selling them to other entities.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 11/16/2004

New Xerox Supplies Give Customers More Options to Meet Individual Printing Needs

Xerox Digital Color Xpressions+ 80 lb Cover 

Xerox has expanded the Digital Color Xpressions+ paper line by adding an 80 lb. cover and additional multiple 
weights of 20.5 x 14.33 inch paper, the largest size paper that can be run on the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production 
Press.  Digital Color Xpressions+, the market leader in uncoated papers, is ideal for applications such as 
brochures, direct mailers and internal newsletters and comes in a range of sizes, weights and colors.


Xerox Xpressions+ Tabs for Color 

Xerox Xpressions+ Tabs, the first and only tab product designed for Xerox digital color printers, is now available 
and allows customers to print full-color images on each tab. The tabs are produced using Digital Color 
Xpressions+ 60 lb. cover stock and are available in both straight and reverse collation sequences.  For added 
productivity savings, the tabs are available three-hole punched.  The tabs are most commonly used for 
applications such as instruction manuals, training documents and business plans.  Templates that allow customers 
to set up the tabs correctly for running are available on www.xerox.com.


Xerox Labels for Digital Color Printing 

Xerox One-up Digital Color Labels are now available in 8.5 x 11-inch full sheets with slit back liners in either a 
gloss or matte face stock.  The slit back makes the labels easier to use and allows customers to use the full 
sheet without any waste.       

Xerox Six-up Digital Color CD Labels are available on gloss and matte facestock, in 11 x 17 inch format as a 
regular stock item instead of a custom piece.  This new configuration reduces production costs by providing 
three times as many labels on one sheet versus the standard two-up configuration.  The labels can be used 
on music CDs, or other CD uses such as electronic documentation and employee handbooks.


Xerox Multipurpose Pastel Paper 

Consistent with its ongoing commitment to environmental responsibility, Xerox has also enhanced its Multipurpose 
Pastel Paper with the addition of a line of papers containing 30 percent post-consumer waste that meets all 
government requirements for recycled paper.  Xerox continues to assure customers the same level of quality 
and performance as previously non-recycled offerings.  Xerox Multipurpose Pastels come in a full range of 
traditional pastel shades: salmon, cherry, lilac, tan, blue, green, pink, yellow, ivory, goldenrod, buff and gray 
in 20 lb bond weight and three sizes: 8.5 x 11; 3 hole punch, 8.5 x 14 and 11 x 17 inches.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 9/10/2004

XEROX EXPANDS INDUSTRY-LEADING DIGITAL PRODUCTION COLOR PORTFOLIO WITH DOCUCOLOR 8000 DIGITAL PRESS

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has strengthened its industry-leading digital color printing
line with the DocuColor 8000 Digital Press, an 80 page-per-minute model that offers a new level of performance 
and versatility between the 60 ppm DocuColor 6060 Digital Press and the 100 ppm Xerox iGen3® Digital 
Production Press.

The DocuColor 8000 is the latest addition to the Xerox line of digital production presses, 
providing expanded choices in speed, reliability, and image quality.  The DocuColor 8000 builds on the 
success of the 45 ppm to 60 ppm DocuColor series. Xerox has sold more than 12,000 of these systems 
since their initial introduction in 2000.  The new press offers a "next step up" option for print providers 
who are looking for a high-end production press but don't currently have the applications and volume 
requirements for a Xerox iGen3. Xerox is now able to provide customers with production color products 
from45 ppm to 100 ppm to support their digital color printing needs. "With a growing demand for color, 
the DocuColor 8000 offers another option for print providers who are looking to expand into the 
high-growth digital color printing business," said Fred DeBolt, vice president of color product systems,
 Xerox Production Systems Group.  "The press creates an excellent opportunity for printers to increase 
their revenue and provide more value to their clients." In initial customer testing, the DocuColor 8000 
met the demands of the most discriminating printers. It features 2400 x 2400 x 1 dpi resolution for excellent 
sharpness and uniformity, technology that improves color consistency, and new registration technology 
that controls front-to-back registration to plus or minus 0.5 mm - the width of five human hairs. Flexibility is 
also a key advantage of the DocuColor 8000.  

The press is second only to the Xerox iGen3 press when 
handling mixed media, enabling it to support a wide range of applications and environments, such as 
print-on-demand, Web-to-print, book publishing and personalized marketing. In addition, the DocuColor 
8000 allows custom paper set-ups so print providers can program and store unique characteristics to a 
particular tray, retrieving the attributes later to save time and support an efficient workflow. For example, 
if a printer regularly runs a certain job, he can program the printer to pull the associated paper type and size 
from the correct tray, ensuring accurate output with limited preparation time.  The DocuColor 8000 also 
prints from 7.2'' x 7.2'' to 12.6'' x 19.2'' - a stock range wider than competitive machines.  The DocuColor 
8000 integrates seamlessly into customers' existing workflow and offers a choice of three powerful color 
servers, the workstations that process incoming print files and drive the digital press. Xerox DSP8000 
Color Server, part of the Xerox FreeFlow(tm) Digital Workflow Collection, is the Xerox common controller.  
This model is targeted to support in-plant and data center customers that currently have a DocuSP
workflow and require the benefits of a similar workflow with minimal training requirements. There are also 
Creo* and EFI color servers for the DocuColor 8000.  The Creo CXP8000 Color Server is ideal for commercial 
printing environments and is a powerful solution for variable printing. The EFI EXP8000 Color Server
provides an easy-to-use interface for the quick and franchise print market and in-plant operations.
  
Pricing and Availability
The U.S. list price for the DocuColor 8000 Digital Color Press including a color server is $300,000. The press 
is sold through the Xerox direct sales force, resellers, agents and concessionaires and is available immediately.

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Xerox - 7/20/2004

DEMOCRATS, REPUBLICANS AGREE: XEROX IS TOP CHOICE FOR DOCUMENT TECHNOLOGY, SERVICES

ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 20, 2004 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has been selected to produce and manage
more than 10 million documents in on-site print centers at the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions.

Both political parties will use Xerox high-speed digital color and black-and-white printing technology, advanced 
multifunction systems, supplies, paper and 24-hour support at their conventions."These conventions are among 
the most document-intensive events in the world," said Michael Mac Donald, president, Xerox North American
Solutions Group.  "Our strength in providing efficient, short-term services for both committees' printing and office
needs - coupled with our ability to manage the entire process on-site - made Xerox the only choice to tackle
such important events."

At the Democratic National Convention, held July 26-29 at the Fleet Center in Boston, Xerox will provide equipment, 
supplies and people to support on-demand printing of millions of documents.  Using four Xerox production-publishing 
systems, capable of producing up to 180 black-and-white pages per minute, convention organizers will print
materials including press releases, daily conference agendas, news articles and platform speeches.  Xerox's
advanced office multifunction systems and network printers will be used to print, copy and scan documents.
A fleet of 10 Xerox production-publishing systems will be used to produce a calendar of events, media guides
and speeches at the Republican National Convention, held Aug. 30-Sept. 2 at Madison Square Garden in 
New York City.

The RNC is also using Xerox multifunction systems to print high-quality color proofs of convention collaterals 
to preview prior to mass production.  The preview process helps committee organizers reduce the chance of
error, saving on materials, time and cost.  To help both parties with the high volume of documents supporting the
conventions, Xerox people will be on-site to ensure smooth production and document quality as well as to monitor 
and maintain supplies such as paper and toner.

Xerox has had a role in supporting each party's convention with document services, equipment and supplies since
1988.  The company's short-term rental and event services experts provide  Xerox technology and services at 
hundreds of events each year, including annual meetings, training seminars, trade shows, conferences, and
entertainment and sporting events.

Media Contacts:
Carl Langsenkamp,
Xerox Corporation,
585-423-5782,
carl.langsenkamp@usa.xerox.com

Neil Fagenbaum,
Xerox Corporation,
585-264-4952,
Neil.fagenbaum@usa.xerox.com

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Xerox - 7/8/2004

XEROX JOINS DIGITAL PRINTING FORUM TO HELP MARKETERS AND DESIGNERS TAP NEW TECHNOLOGIES, WORKFLOW TOOLS

ROCHESTER, N.Y., and MAINZ, Germany, July 8, 2004 - Helping marketers and graphic communications
professionals improve their business effectiveness with digital printing technologies is the goal of a new 
partnership between Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and the DigitaldruckForum. The DDF is a global industry 
group that promotes interactive marketing with print, and Xerox is a leader in digital printing and workflow technologies,
which include software and systems that help direct a print job from creation and ordering to fulfillment and distribution. 
The two will work together on events, presentations and knowledge-sharing on the growing role of digital printing in 
interactive marketing.

 "Digital printing is a very dynamic, complementary technology that is developing at a much faster pace than
traditional printing, and the moment is perfect to move it forward," said Andreas Weber, DDF spokesperson and
respected industry consultant.  "As a market leader and innovator with a strong customer base, Xerox brings
a wealth of knowledge and experience to the DDF community. We'll develop some powerful programs together."
Xerox pioneered digital printing and leads the digital black-and-white and color production printing markets today.

"Our customers are using digital technologies to change the business of marketing communications by producing
individualized marketing materials that deliver superior response rates and better manage customer information
than traditional systems," said Thomas F. Wetjen, vice president and general manager, Xerox Worldwide Graphic
Communications Industry Business.  "Our work with the DDF will help our customers achieve even greater success,
enabling more designers and marketers to benefit from powerful, cost-effective cross-media communications programs."

Cross-media communications programs use multiple media, such as Web sites and print, in coordinated communications
efforts.  For example, a direct mail piece might entice the recipient to visit a Web site where a reward is available in 
exchange for personal information, such as purchase intent in the direct mailer's product category.

Xerox and the DDF have already begun working together. For example, at the recent drupa printing trade show
in Düsseldorf, Germany, the GWA (Gesamtverband Werbeagenturen), the largest association of German
advertising agencies, toured the Xerox exhibit as part of a DDF function. There, they reviewed new technologies 
and workflow management systems for streamlining the connection between printing applications and printing
systems. In addition, the DDF's Weber delivered a series of presentations on business development as part 
of the Xerox exhibit.

 As a DDF partner, Xerox will help organize and provide executive presentations for the twice-yearly DDF 
Congress & Symposium held in different cities in Germany, Austria, Switzerland and other countries; contribute to 
industry discussions and information sharing; and participate in the DDF's collaborative industry initiatives.
Current efforts are addressing such topics as production printing automation and development of easy-to-use,
Web-based digital printing applications.  As a Xerox partner, DDF will work with Xerox to enhance the company's
interactions with graphic arts suppliers via the Xerox Graphic Arts Premier Partners organization consisting of 
the leading Xerox graphic arts customers and to enhance ongoing Xerox programs for advertising/marketing 
agencies and other creative services companies.

About DigitaldruckForum
DigitaldruckForum, based in Johannes Gutenberg's hometown of Mainz, Germany, is an industry group dedicated
to promoting digital printing and interactive marketing with print media.  Its programs include industry conferences,
collaborative industry initiatives aimed at developing interactive media applications, publications and the Web site
www.digitalprintingforum.org . It fosters discussion and information sharing among 6,500 members representing print, 
design and marketing concerns.

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Xerox - 6/30/2004

XEROX EXPANDS RANGE OF WORKFLOW OPTIONS FOR ITS DIGITAL COLOR PRESSES WITH NEW FIERY SERVERS

LAS VEGAS, June 29, 2004 - Opening up more workflow options to customers in commercial print, quick-print
and in-plant color printing environments, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and EFI (Nasdaq: EFII) today announced 
two new EFI Fiery® color servers specifically designed for Xerox digital color presses. The announcement was made
at EFI's Connect 2004 Users Conference.  The new servers for the Xerox iGen3® Digital Production Press and 
DocuColor 5252 Digital Color Press expand the range of front-end systems available to customers, enabling them to
easily integrate these presses into their existing workflow.

"Working with our partners, we're able to bring more solutions to market for Xerox customers, helping them leverage
the value of their existing investments while streamlining their processes," said Fred DeBolt, vice president, color
business team, Xerox Production Systems Group.  "EFI is known for its color management systems and expertise;
add that to Xerox's industry-leading digital presses, and together we are able to offer efficient workflow solutions 
based on an open architecture."

"High-volume customers seeking the power of iGen3 with the quality and ease-of-use of our award-winning Fiery
servers have an unbeatable combination," said Mehran Farimani, general manager of Advanced Server Products, EFI.
"By working with Xerox we are able to offer customers the same high speed, precision color output with full variable-data 
capabilities that tens of thousands of print production professionals have come to expect from their Fiery-driven devices."

EFI Fiery Server for iGen3
Users now have access to the Fiery front-end and the Xerox DocuSP color controller for the iGen3.  If EFI tools 
and support are part of the creation phase of a job, then printers can maintain a consistent and reliable workflow
process by submitting that job to the EFI Fiery server on their iGen3 for digital color printing. The new Fiery server
provides the familiar operator interface for customers who favor Fiery front-ends and want the industry's most 
advanced digital press. It enables iGen3 users to use a full range of EFI open workflow solutions and components.

EFI EXP5000 for DocuColor 5252
Coupling the EFI EXP5000 server with the Xerox DocuColor 5252 results in a powerful package boasting one of
the industry's fastest image processing times.  A replacement for the EX2000d, this new color server is based on
the latest EFI platform and enables quicker, easier and more accurate color document production.  Concurrent 
job processing that allows multiple jobs to be submitted at once helps to increase productivity.  The EXP5000 comes
with the EFI Command Workstation(tm), a user interface that can be customized with predefined layouts, and customer
settings that help simplify the job submission process.

Color management is top-of-the-line with the EXP5000.  It automatically matches PANTONE colors and handles 
color conversions that ensure the DocuColor 5252 printouts are accurate to job specifications and maintain precise 
color consistency.  For more advanced color management, an optional Graphic Arts Package is offered.

Pricing and Availability
The EFI Fiery combined with the iGen3 is $590,000 and will be available in August through Xerox's direct sales force.
Existing Xerox DocuSP/iGen3 configurations can be upgraded with the Fiery solution.  The U.S. list price on the 
EFI EXP5000 server for the Xerox DocuColor 5252 is $42,000 and is immediately available through the Xerox direct 
sales force and reseller partner Enovation.

About Xerox
Xerox Corporation offers an array of innovative document solutions, services and systems -- including workflow solutions,
color and black-and-white printers, digital presses, multifunction devices and digital copiers -- designed for offices
and production-printing environments. It also offers associated supplies, software and support. For more information, visit
 www.xerox.com.

About EFI
EFI is the world leader in digital imaging and print management solutions for commercial and enterprise printing.
EFI's award-winning technologies offer document management tools from creation to print, including high fidelity
color and black-and-white Fiery® print servers that can output up to 2,000 ppm; powerful production workflow and
print management information software solutions for increased performance and cost efficiency; and an array of
business-critical enterprise and mobile printing solutions.  EFI maintains 25 offices worldwide. 
For more information, visit  
www.efi.com.

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Xerox - 5/5/2004

XEROX DEMONSTRATES WORKFLOW SYSTEM, TECHNOLOGY FROM MULTIPLE VENDORS

New offering enables print jobs to move easily from creation to completion 

DÜSSELDORF, Germany, May 5, 2004 - Commercial printing customers are looking for better ways to streamline
 and cut costs associated with printing workflows - the path that print jobs follow from creation to final billing.
Furthering the company's strategy to develop open workflow systems, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) at drupa 
2004 will demonstrate a workflow system, based on industry standards, that allows printers to use technology 
from multiple vendors to manage jobs from creation to completion. Giving printers the freedom to integrate solutions 
from various vendors, the new workflow system combines software from Xerox, Creo Inc. and Adobe Systems Inc.  
It employs two industry standards - PDF for print files and JDF (job definition format) for electronic job tickets - 
that make the print process faster and simpler.  Because of these open standards, all stages of the production 
process speak the same language, ensuring a more efficient workflow from start to finish. Xerox also has a new 
program for certifying the integration of partner products with the Xerox FreeFlow(tm) Digital Workflow Collection.  

The Xerox FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection includes modular software offerings from Xerox and more than 
100 business partner products. Maintaining momentum in its FreeFlow initiative, Xerox will demonstrate workflow 
software technologies currently under development that offer insight into the direction of Xerox FreeFlow.   
These solutions build on the path blazed by Xerox Print Manager, announced in March as the first workflow system 
to manage both digital and offset jobs with a single interface. "Our customers want their workflow to take costs 
out of their business, streamline processes, add new capabilities, and ultimately, to grow revenue," said Michael 
Kucharski, vice president, workflow business team, Xerox Production Systems Group.  "It's not about any one 
standard or product; it's about how we put it all together to create a solution that solves customer problems and 
drives the opportunities available through The New Business of Printing."
 
Breakthrough JDF Workflow 
Xerox, along with partners Adobe and Creo, will demonstrate how the new JDF-based workflow can take a job 
from the desktop of the creative department right through to the final production.  For example, a marketing
brochure can be created by a designer using Adobe technology, then passed into the prepress stage where 
Creo technology assigns the specific instructions for layout and print specifications and adjusts for print
quality.  Instructions are then interpreted by Xerox digital equipment to produce the final output.  The end result:
 Print providers experience a simpler, error-free, cost-efficient process. Xerox is committed to open industry 
standards like JDF and PDF because they help eliminate steps in the workflow process, saving time and 
money for customers.  By having different technology from various vendors all understand the print specifications 
through each stage of workflow, print providers no longer have to deal with hand-written job tickets and manual
machine programming to guide print jobs along their production path.  This allows printers to respond to customer 
demands with fewer errors and faster turnaround times.

Partner Program Enhanced
Xerox's Business Partner Program now recognizes partners that have created integrated solutions with Xerox products, 
using FreeFlow software development kits to take advantage of Xerox's open architecture. The new Xerox FreeFlow 
partner certification program establishes rigorous testing procedures to ensure that Xerox and partner products work 
together seamlessly for optimal performance. Passing the tests earns partners the right to use the "Optimized for 
Xerox FreeFlow" logo.  To date, 31 partners have products that have received the "Optimized for Xerox FreeFlow"
certification and another 40 are now integrating their offerings with FreeFlow products. A complete list of FreeFlow 
capabilities offered by Xerox and its partners is published in a workflow solutions catalog available at
www.xerox.com/freeflow .

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Xerox - 3/8/2004

Xerox CEO Urges Printing, Imaging Industries to Shift Focus From 'Technology' to 'Information'

NEW YORK, March 08, 2004  -- Too many organizations focus on the wrong side of information technology - 
putting too much emphasis on the "technology" and not enough on the "information." That's the message 
Anne M. Mulcahy, Xerox Corporation's (NYSE: XRX) chairman and chief executive officer, delivered here today 
in a keynote address to 2,000 professionals involved in digital printing, imaging, content management and 
information technology at the AIIM/On Demand Conference and Exposition. Mulcahy said Xerox is determined 
to help customers with smart document management services that free people to spend more time on content 
and less time dealing with technology issues.

"The 'I' in I.T. is getting bigger, and the 'T' is getting smaller. Today the focus is on what really matters: 
information," Mulcahy pointed out. "It's not just about finding better ways to print, it's about better ways to work."

At the annual trade show, Xerox announced new workflow tools, software and related services designed to 
help print shops and offices migrate to more productive and less costly document management processes. 
Xerox also noted recent successes in the digital color and commercial printing market where customers are 
increasingly making documents "smarter" with the addition of personalized information, targeted content and 
powerful graphics.

Illustrating the impact of embedding additional intelligence in documents, Mulcahy cited a smart document 
management program at Continental Airlines where Xerox automated and digitized a complex process involving 
maintenance and engineering bulletins and helped Continental save more than $750,000 a year. 

She also showcased a new version of Xerox's Web-based DocuShare document and content management 
system that will make it easier for businesses to comply with regulations that relate to the safeguarding of content
and documents. The new DocuShare capability integrates records management software from IBM and helps 
manage information such as Sarbanes-Oxley documentation, patient records, customer invoices, e-mails, and 
scanned images as legally binding records.

Transforming print workflow
Xerox also unveiled a new workflow tool designed to streamline the way digital files, information and documents 
are routed through production printing operations. The company advanced its FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection™ 
-- a set of offerings that paves the road that print jobs follow from design to delivery -- with a new capability that for 
the first time manages both digital and offset jobs with a single interface. 

The tool, called FreeFlow™ Print Manager, will be available as an option with Creo Inc.'s Prinergy® workflow 
management system, a system widely used by commercial printers to manage offset prepress and print workflows. 
Until now, managing offset and digital presses required separate systems to move documents through various stages 
of the printing process. 

Digital color successes
Reinforcing its leadership and progress in the digital production color market, Xerox said seven customers of the 
flagship Xerox DocuColor iGen3™ Digital Production Press are printing 1 million or more pages on a single machine 
in a month, demonstrating the growing demand for short-run color documents with customized content. More than 
10 percent of the DocuColor iGen3 customers now depend on two or more of the digital presses to meet the 
information needs of government agencies, publishing-related businesses, and Fortune 500 clients. 

By mid-year, Xerox expects the press to be available in every major North American and European market, 
including more than 60 North American cities, and in Chile, Hungary, Israel, Poland, South Africa and Turkey. 
New finishing software updates also have been added to the DocuColor iGen3, helping print providers 
automatically make books, folded brochures and specialty items.

In addition, Xerox announced its 10,000th entry-level digital color press installation worldwide, vastly higher than 
any of its competitors. The most recent market data from CAP Ventures shows Xerox has the top U.S. market 
share in the segment of digital color presses 60 pages per minute and faster, with 80 percent of 2003 unit 
placements. 

Related news
Other Xerox announcements and activities at On Demand and AIIM include:

An initiative called Profit Accelerator™ that provides training, software and related services. It is designed to help 
customers better integrate new production-printing technology into their print operations, focus on the power of 
information and document content, and learn how to profit from new applications such as customized printing 
or book production. 

Launch of the annual 2004 Printing Innovation with Xerox Imaging Awards, which will honor excellence in digital 
color printing in North America and Latin America. 

Ursula Burns, president, Xerox Business Group Operations, will discuss the focus on "information" and "technology" 
as it applies to the office environment, headlining a keynote panel on the "Office of the Future: Redefining 
Document Processes," beginning at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in the keynote hall at the Javits Center.

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Xerox - 1/29/2004

XEROX LAUNCHES TWO NEW TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS TO FUEL GROWTH, WIN LARGER SHARE IN HEARTLAND MARKETS

NEW YORK, Jan. 29, 2004 - Gaining traction on its growth trajectory, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today 
unveiled two breakthrough technology platforms coupled with consulting services that put new power into its 
core production and office markets. The offerings - including five new printing and imaging systems ranging from 
$979 to $99,000 - beef up what is already the industry's broadest document product and services portfolio.

"These platforms fundamentally change the competitive dynamics of today's markets, delivering ways to help 
customers make and save money," said Anne Mulcahy, Xerox chairman and chief executive officer. "They 
present an opportunity to build new businesses, enrich existing ones and ultimately transform the way work 
flows through enterprises of every kind." According to Mulcahy, who will address customers here today in an 
event broadcast to 10 locations worldwide, Xerox's new platforms are based on clean-sheet designs that will 
result in faster product development cycles and lower manufacturing costs. They will also spawn a steady
streamof technologically superior, next-generation products over the next several years.

The first offerings to result from the new platforms are:
* The DocuTech 100 and 120 Copier/Printers, two black-and-white 100 and 120 page-per-minute digital systems 
that create a new mid-production market segment and set image-quality, productivity, ease-of-use and reliability
benchmarks. They bridge the gap between current light-production copier/printers and heavy-duty systems, 
offering features previously available only on high-end equipment.  The platform can produce customized black-
and-white brochures, newsletters, manuals and booklets that deliver offset-equivalent print quality without the 
time and expense.

"This next generation of DocuTech is, in many respects, a revolutionary product, bringing a new quality and 
price-performance level to quick and commercial print shops, in-plant operations, and large offices," said Barb 
Pellow, Ganett Professor of Printing and Publishing at Rochester Institute of Technology.

* The Phaser 8400, the first office color printer derived from a new solid ink technology platform, runs at an 
unprecedented 24 ppm - in color or black-and-white, all for less than $1,000. IDC research shows the sub-$1,000
segment is the fastest-growing part of the U.S. color page printer market, growing at 212 percent year-over-year
in unit shipments. The Phaser 8400 breaks a key price barrier while setting an industry standard for speed,
performance and functionality. "To say that the 8400 is an impressive performer is an understatement," said 
PCMagazine, which has published an early independent review of the printer.

Xerox simultaneously rolled out two other office printers, the Phaser 4500 black-and-white laser printer and
the Phaser 7750 color laser printer -eachoffering unmatched performance and value. In addition, the company
showcased enhanced consulting services aimed at streamlining document-intensive processes in offices and
in high-volume production environments, such as large commercial print operations that produce direct mail
 campaigns, statements and insurance policies for Fortune 500 clients.  Xerox is working with customers to
uncover hidden costs, reduce waste and standardize processes.

"Printing is only one part of the equation.  Our strategy goes beyond total print management to focus on smart
document management throughout the enterprise," said Ursula Burns, president, Xerox Business Group
Operations. "We're helping customers look at the interplay of people, process and technology to find real
and measurable cost savings."

Xerox customers including Continental Airlines, Prudential Financial, AlphaGraphics, and major commercial printers
will join Mulcahy and Burnson stage to share first-hand experiences on how they increased productivity while
reducing costs. Next-Generation DocuTech The two DocuTech copier/printers represent the first major redesign
of the DocuTech line, which launched the transformation of traditional offset printing to digital in 1990.  The result
of a $400 million development effort that generated more than 300 patents, this black-and-white platform creates
a new digital alternative to offset printing. Because these DocuTechs are built for reliability, they are capable of
consistently producing as many as 700,000 pages a month. They have 40 percent fewer moving parts than
existing digital production printers.  A scanning system built around breakthrough Xerox technology scans both
sides of a two-sided document at record speed and quality. The DocuTech 100 starts at $77,000 and the
higher-speed DocuTech 120 is priced up to $99,000. Order-taking starts Feb. 1 with initial installations beginning
in March.

New Solid Ink Platform
Xerox rolled out its first solid ink platform since the advanced office color printing technology was redesigned in 
998.  The Phaser 8400 is the first of a family of color printers built around this new solid ink architecture.
Innovations inprint head design result in smaller, more uniform ink drop size.  Image quality is further enhanced by 300 percent
more inkjets that fire 30 million drops per second.  The redesign shaved 25 percent off the printer's weight and
cut the number of parts from about 600 to a dozen sub-assemblies. Like other solid ink products, the Phaser
8400 uses a considerably lower volume of materials to produce color prints. Thus, it produces 97 percent less
waste than a comparable color laser printer over the life of the product.  It starts at $999 and is available
immediately.

Xerox's other new office printers are the Phaser 4500, a 36-ppm black-and-white laser printer, and the Phase
7750, a 35-ppm color laser printer. With more features and faster print speed than other printers in its class,
the Phaser 4500 starts at $979.   The Phaser 7750 color laser printer is designed for graphic arts and office 
rofessionals who need high-quality color output for day-to-day printing and pre-press proofing. Starting at $5,599,
it's 46 percent faster than other color laser printers.

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Xerox - 1/23/2004

PROGRESSIVE IMPRESSIONS INTERNATIONAL PURCHASES SIX iGEN3 DIGITAL PRESSES, XEROX'S LARGEST INSTALLATION TO DATE

 BLOOMINGTON, Ill., Jan. 23, 2004 - Progressive Impressions International (PII) has purchased six DocuColor 
iGen3(tm) Digital Production Presses from Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX), making it the largest DocuColor 
iGen3 installation to date. Five of the digital presses will be located in the United States, with the sixth in PII's 
Netherlands facility.  The full-service marketing communications company expects to more than triple its digital 
color printing volume within six months. According to Jamie Huff, chief executive officer of PII, the DocuColor 
iGen3 allows his company to produce more efficient direct marketing campaigns.

"With true one-to-one marketing, you can target specific customers with tailored messages at a precise time, 
making those messages more effective," said Huff.  "The DocuColor iGen3 allows us to create high-quality 
materials with a level of personalization we were previously unable to achieve."

Progressive Impressions International produces marketing materials, direct mail pieces and sales collaterals 
for customers worldwide - including A.G. Edwards, Bosch Corporation and Caterpillar - and 75 percent of its 
customers are on the Fortune 500.  With the DocuColor iGen3, PII will convert some offset printing jobs to 
digital, allowing for more flexibility in the printing process, as well as target new customers seeking personalized 
printing capabilities.  "The value is so strong that you don't need to launch a million-dollar campaign to see a 
good return on investment," Huff said.  Before the DocuColor iGen3 was even installed it was helping PII 
generate sales.  "We were getting orders through word of mouth that we were going purchase the digital press."

New customer applications being run on the DocuColor iGen3 include:

* Customized calendars for A.G. Edwards. Financial consultants are able to customize calendars from a template 
on the Web and personalize it with their photo.  Primarily a retention tool, the calendars are sent to clients, keeping 
the consultant's and firm's name in front of customers all year long.  PII will do 1 million impressions a year with 
various calendar programs.

* Print-on-demand fulfillment for Bosch Corporation. PII produces product manuals and point-of-sale sheets on an 
as-needed basis. By using the DocuColor iGen3's print-on-demand capabilities, Bosch is able to prevent the 
overprinting of documents that sit on shelves and are wasted. This type of innovation saves millions of dollars 
by printing only the materials a customer needs, when they need them.

* Web-based marketing program for Caterpillar.  Sales agents use a Web-based program hosted by PII to 
create and order marketing materials, which are then printed and shipped usually within 48 hours.  Agents can 
specify the specific materials and quantity they need, eliminating waste. By using an approved Caterpillar template 
for the design, Caterpillar dealers are able to leverage powerful brand equity while maintaining the corporate identity. 

Huff said he looked at competing products, but he believed the 100 page-per-minute DocuColor iGen3 had better 
image quality, was easier to use, and had better range and flexibility of paper stocks. A Xerox SmartPress Consultant, 
part of Xerox's customer business development team, spent time on-site at PII to ensure the company took 
maximum advantage of the DocuColor iGen3's capabilities, and to assist in identifying volume-building and 
revenue-generating opportunities.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 12/8/2003

XEROX AND KPG TO END EQUIPMENT RESELLER AGREEMENT

ROCHESTER, N.Y., and NORWALK, Conn., Dec. 8, 2003 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and Kodak 
Polychrome Graphics (KPG) announced today they have agreed to end a reseller agreement in the United 
States under which KPG sells Xerox mid-range and entry level production equipment and related products.  
This reseller agreement will end effective January 1, 2004. KPG will discontinue sales of the Xerox DocuColor 
2045/2060/6060/5252 digital color presses, and the Xerox DocuColor 3535 and DocuColor 12 color copier-
printers.  Xerox will continue to market to its customers the Kodak Polychrome Graphics Matchprint Professional 
Server as a color front end for the Xerox DocuColor 12.

"We have had an excellent partnership with Xerox, and we will make sure that customers needs are fully served 
during this transition," said John Schloff, KPG staff vice president digital printing.  "Both companies have 
determined that the time is right to pursue alternate strategies.  KPG has a full range of digital solutions for 
customers, and we remain committed to widening those options as our customers transition to, or expand, digital
technologies in their workflows."  Under the reseller agreement, KPG is responsible for the sale of the equipment, 
and Xerox is responsible for service support.  After January 1, Xerox will continue to be responsible for service as 
well as systems analyst support of equipment that was sold by KPG.  "We've worked well with the management 
team at KPG," said Valerie Blauvelt, vice president of marketing, Xerox Production Systems Group.  "Xerox will 
ensure ongoing support for those customers who purchased through KPG and we will continue to look at ways 
to expand the availability of our products."

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 11/24/2003

XEROX DELIVERS 100th DOCUCOLOR iGEN3 DIGITAL PRODUCTION PRESS

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Nov. 24, 2003 - Reflecting strong market demand for its DocuColor iGen3 Digital Press, 
Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) disclosed today that it has shipped more than 100 units worldwide to date.  
The company is targeting delivery of between 25 and 50 additional units during 2003, and between 400 and 
500 units during 2004. The company's DocuColor iGen3 program is ramping up as planned, according to
Gil Hatch, president, Xerox Production Systems Group. In line with expectations, average monthly volumes 
are 380,000 prints per month.  Fifty percent of machines are running more than 400,000 pages per month and 
some customers are producing as many as 1.1 million pages per month per machine.

"The 100th DocuColor iGen3 delivery is an important milestone," Hatch said. "What's more important, though, 
Is the innovative and profitable work our customers are doing with the iGen3, and the impressive rate at which 
they are building their volume - and revenue - on the iGen3." A wide range of print applications is being produced 
profitably on the DocuColor iGen3.  About half of its work is for corporate brochures; other applications include 
soft-cover books, point-of-purchase signs for retail stores, personalized catalogs, and bills and statements produced 
from data in databases. Many of the print applications incorporate variable information to customize each of the 
pieces in a print run, something that offset presses cannot do.  The market for customized print applications will 
grow from $2.5 billion in 2001 to $6 billion in 2004, according to GAMIS (Graphic Arts Marketing Information Service).

During the past year, Xerox has rolled out its new press at a deliberate pace to a select group of customers, 
incorporating their feedback into regularly delivered product updates.  By the end of the year, the DocuColor 
iGen3 will be available in 30 markets worldwide, including Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Latin America, 
Mexico and Russia.  Xerox plans to continue to closely monitor customer feedback in 2004, while expanding 
regional availability at a faster pace. The state-of-the-art DocuColor iGen3 press offers image quality that compares 
favorably with offset, while enabling economical production of short runs that are not cost-effective on traditional 
presses.  The iGen3's operating speed of 100 pages per minute is unmatched among cut-sheet digital presses. 
Xerox supports the press with a comprehensive suite of workflow offerings, a robust collection of business 
development tools and industry-leading service and support.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 11/6/2003

DIRECT MAIL EXPRESS GROWS COLOR DIRECT-MARKETING BUSINESS WITH FOUR XEROX DOCUCOLOR iGEN3'S

 DAYTONA BEACH, Fla., Nov. 6, 2003 - Direct Mail Express has purchased three DocuColor iGen3(tm) Digital 
Production Presses from Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX), with another on order, to keep the digital color printing 
segment of its business on the cutting edge of personalized communications. With the four DocuColor iGen3 
presses, DME is able to provide its customers with more four-color variable-data print offerings and at more 
affordable prices.  The installation is Xerox's largest to date at a single commercial print site.

DME creates integrated direct mail, telephone, and Internet marketing campaigns primarily for the automotive, 
financial, and hospitality and entertainment industries.  According to Mike Panaggio, CEO, Direct Mail Express, 
these campaigns routinely generate response rates that exceed customer expectations.

"The challenge for Xerox was not just to deliver a new four-color digital press, but also to help us create a 
whole new market.  They not only delivered - they exceeded our expectations," said Panaggio.  "We don't see 
a press. We see a high-speed fulfillment product that offers incredible quality, speed and flexibility with limitless 
potential." According to Panaggio, DME has been creating targeted personalized direct-mail promotions for more 
than 15 years and had been waiting for color technology to evolve to the point where four-color printing was 
economically viable for its customers.  "The purchase of four DocuColor iGen3s is a clear statement that Xerox's 
innovation has overcome the industry's economic obstacles of the past," he said.

The Daytona Beach direct marketer is relying on the DocuColor iGen3's ability to run a variety of media, from 
oversize paper to card stock, at 100 pages-per-minute with image quality that compares favorably with offset 
printing. Panaggio said DME investigated equipment from other companies but chose the Xerox DocuColor iGen3 
because it surpassed other systems in terms of image quality, consistency, speed, sheet flexibility, and ability to 
print two-sided, even on heavy stocks. Xerox deployed a SmartPress Production Consultant as part of its
customer business development team to work on-site and help DME take full advantage of the DocuColor iGen3's 
capabilities. The consultant also identified volume-building and revenue-generating opportunities.

"Xerox is a big part of our company's success," said Panaggio.  "With the partnership of DME's marketing 
'machine' and Xerox's DocuColor Gen3 technology, it's become almost impossible to match or outperform DME 
programs in the marketplace." Direct Mail Express, with 650 employees and more than $90 million in annual sales,
 produces integrated marketing campaigns for a variety of industries.  The creative and production shop has 
been a Xerox customer since 1987.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 9/16/2003

XEROX ADVANCES OFFICE STRATEGY WITH NEW HARDWARE, SOFTWARE AT PC EXPO

NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2003 Building on an expanded line of office products and services announced in April, 
Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today launched a new wave of offerings including a high-speed network color 
laser printer, a powerful desktop monochrome printer, a versatile desktop multifunction device and enhanced 
document management software -- all aimed at providing more value to more customers.  

"We’re delivering on our strategy to bring affordable Xerox products, software, solutions and services to offices 
of all sizes," said Ursula Burns, president, Xerox Business Group Operations.  "In April, we introduced 21 new 
and enhanced office products that have advanced our position in the office.  Now we’re taking another 
significant step to further strengthen our position and better serve our customers."

Xerox will showcase the four additions to its office product line today at the PC Expo technology trade show, 
held this week in New York City.

The Phaser® 6250 color laser printer is targeted for today’s busy medium-to-large workgroups that demand top 
speed and performance from their printer.  Starting at an estimated retail price of $1,999, the 26 page per minute 
Phaser 6250 is 53 percent faster than the similarly priced HP LaserJet model.  It delivers value that can’t be matched 
including impressive image quality, a 700 MHz processor, powerful Xerox management software,  and higher paper 
capacity.  The Phaser 6250’s combination of speed, value and image quality make it easy for customers to choose 
to upgrade their offices with color. Speed is not sacrificed for quality, as the full 2400 dpi resolution and all three 
print modes are available at rated speed.  The Phaser 6250 is available in five different configurations, giving office 
workers even more options when deciding which features best fit their needs. 

As with all Xerox network printers, the Phaser 6250 is easy to install and has advanced Web-based printer 
management tools including CentreWare Web 3.0, PhaserSMART, and an enhanced version of PrintingScout, 
which alert users to potential printer issues and gives instructions on how to correct them.  TekColor Dynamic 
Color Correction and Automatic Color Calibration ensure that people get the color prints they want the first time, 
every time.

Printing at 25 pages per minute, the Phaser 3450 black-and-white laser printer enhances productivity by bringing 
the capabilities of high-speed printing to individuals and small workgroups.  It has 1200 dpi image quality and 
automatic two-sided printing on two of the three available configurations.  The Phaser 3450 starts at an ERP 
of $549.  It delivers other high-end features such as networkability, a simple and easy-to-use front panel display, 
and a large 500-sheet paper capacity. 

The WorkCentre® PE16 is an affordable basic multifunction product for personal use within any size office.  It 
prints and copies in black-and-white at 17 pages per minute at 600 dpi resolution, and it faxes at up to 300 dpi 
and scans at up to 1200 dpi in full color, which enables the WorkCentre PE16 to send color faxes.

It has a user-friendly interface and single customer replaceable cartridge for high dependability.  In addition, it offers 
manual two-side copying, in which the front and back sides of a document are copied onto the same side of paper. 
It also comes with OmniPage® SE optical character recognition software.  The WorkCentre PE16 comes in a single, 
all-inclusive configuration with an ERP of $599.

Finally, DocuShare 3.1 Xerox’s new version of its document and content management software, along with three 
new software add-on components makes it easier for enterprise customers to manage information. Office workers 
can also easily create Web pages, Web logs, to-do lists and other applications to collaborate. The entry-level list 
price for a basic DocuShare system with 10 seats is $4,045 and a 100-seat system is $9,995, with add-on components 
priced separately.

The Phaser 6250 has a one-year, free onsite service warranty, and the Phaser 3450 and WorkCentre PE16 have 
a one-year return to depot warranty.  Xerox offers toll-free telephone support and online customer support. The 
Phaser 6250, Phaser 3450 and WorkCentre PE16 are available immediately through the Xerox reseller channel, 
and the Phaser 6250 and Phaser 3450 will also be available direct from Xerox.

DocuShare 3.1 is available beginning Oct. 15, through Xerox direct sales representatives, agents, Xerox Business 
Partners and TeleWeb sales channels.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 9/16/2003

XEROX EXTENDS DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT CAPABILITIES OF DOCUSHARE SOFTWARE WITH UPGRADE, THREE NEW COMPONENTS

NEW YORK, Sept. 16, 2003 As part of its strategy to improve document management capabilities throughout 
enterprises, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today unveiled DocuShare 3.1, the latest version of Xerox’s content 
and document management software.  The enhanced software, launched here at the PC Expo technology trade 
show, works with three new components to help enterprise customers better manage information and improve 
business processes. 

"The advanced functionality and development possibilities of these new software components, running on top 
of the new DocuShare platform, validate that DocuShare can be an effective solution for enterprise customers,"
said Rich Medina, principal analyst at Doculabs, Inc., an independent research and consulting firm that helps 
organizations reduce the risk associated with technology investments.  

The new software components include two add-on modules that make it easier for end users to share information:  
DocuShare Enterprise Workflow Built on the Dralasoft Workflow engine, the Enterprise Workflow add-on component 
extends DocuShare’s core document approval and routing capabilities, allowing people to increase productivity 
by streamlining and monitoring complex document-centric business processes. For example, the add-on can be 
used to route and approve loan documents, track purchase orders or automate employment application reviews. 

DocuShare Interact For Web collaboration on team projects and documents, DocuShare users can integrate 
DocuShare Interact an add-on built on Sparrow Web® technology developed at Palo Alto Research Center, 
a subsidiary of Xerox. DocuShare Interact allows people to create shared, collaborative Web pages for project 
management, reports, calendars, meetings, to-do lists, blogs, and other types of group work that needs to be 
published and updated on the Web. The software makes writing to the Web as easy as reading from it. DocuShare 
users with no HTML experience can quickly and easily contribute content into the DocuShare Interact page 
through any browser interface without additional applications or plug-ins. 

"With more than 250 users across the state who need to share information and documents, DocuShare 3.1 with 
DocuShare Interact helps us track hundreds of projects and collaborate via the Web," said Phyllis Jacobson, a 
consultant with the California Commission on Teacher Credentialing. "It’s so easy you can add content in just three 
clicks, and it’s immediately available for others to review and manipulate."

In addition, there is a complete suite of programming tools that allow technology partners to tailor DocuShare for 
their particular needs. The DocuShare Developer Environment enables further development and customization 
of DocuShare solutions.  Its application program interfaces (APIs) and integration components allow value-added 
resellers, system integrators and technology partners to build collaboration, imaging and workflow solutions using 
DocuShare. The DSDE has already been used to integrate DocuShare with products from Kofax, Omtool, Sun 
Microsystems Inc., ScanSoft and Covigna, delivering a range of sophisticated solutions for specific industries 
such as healthcare, education, manufacturing and financial services. 

The entry-level U.S. list price for a complete DocuShare system with 10 seats is $4,045 and a 100-seat system is 
$9,995.  Existing DocuShare 3.0 customers with a support agreement can upgrade to DocuShare 3.1 at no charge. 
The software is available through Xerox direct sales representatives, agents, Xerox Business Partners and TeleWeb 
sales channels.   

DocuShare 3.1, DocuShare Interact, DocuShare Enterprise Workflow and DocuShare Developer Environment 
will be available worldwide to customers beginning Oct.  15.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 8/19/2003

XEROX HITS FAST-GROWING 'LIGHT PRODUCTION' MARKET WITH NEW ECONOMICAL COPYING/PRINTING SYSTEM

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 19, 2003 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has introduced its newest "light production" 
copier/printer, targeting the fastest-growing segment of the black-and-white print-on-demand market and offering 
more capabilities at no extra cost to offices and print shops. The new Xerox 2101 Digital Copier/Printer delivers 
high reliability and advanced features - but costs about the same as competitive models with fewer features. The 
system prints or copies as many as 101 pages per minute (ppm) and addresses the growing need for advanced
finishing, printing, copying and network scanning capabilities in high-volume office environments and low- to 
medium-volume print shops.

"The Xerox 2101 builds on our highly successful Xerox 1010 Copier/Printer and provides even greater finishing 
flexibility and even more powerful production-level features," said Mark Waxenberg, vice president and general 
manager, Xerox Production Solutions Business Unit.  "Our competitors simply cannot match the Xerox 2101's high 
reliability and benchmark light-production productivity, backed by our leadership knowledge of industry and 
application requirements."

According to Gartner Dataquest, a leading industry research firm, sales of digital copiers rated at speeds of 91 
ppm and faster are expected to grow at an 11 percent compound annual growth rate from 2002 to 2007 - making 
it the fastest-growing market segment in the digital monochrome marketplace. Xerox research shows that users of 
light-production devices increasingly produce integrated color and black-and-white documents and require fast 
turnarounds and a variety of automated finishing options in a solution that is easy to use. The Xerox 2101's 
advanced feature set addresses these trends for entry-level print-on-demand.

The standard 175-sheet interposer (in-line page inserter) helps people who create documents such as a report 
with black-and-white pages but also want a color cover or some color pages.  The interposer can automatically
integrate black-and-white and color pages - including pre-printed color covers and inserts - into one document, 
so workers don't have to collate pages by hand.

The standard 100-sheet stapler has a three-position single- or dual-stapling capability and a hole-punching feature, 
providing automated finishing for professionally finished reports and catalogs.  An optional booklet maker finisher 
can impose, print and saddle stitch booklets with as many as 15 pages.  An optional folding unit provides C-folds 
and Z-folds for either finishing device.

For additional integration with color documents, the Xerox 2101 is the only product in its class with a scanner that 
scans in black-and-white or full-color mode.  The scanner can save documents as industry-standard TIFF or PDF
 files to a network file server or client, to an e-mail address, or on the Xerox 2101 copy server for convenient print 
on demand. Documents can be scanned and shared with as many as six other Xerox 2101's on the network via 
Internet Protocol (IP) address for workload balancing. Network printing is highly productive with a powerful Fiery 
X5/EX2101 controller from Electronics for Imaging, Inc. The controller is compatible with the optional EFI Velocity 
solution for advanced workflow controls such as job splitting among multiple printers and splitting of color and 
black-only pages. Image quality remains consistent on long runs, especially on graphics.

With easy-to-use screens, the Xerox 2101 makes it simple for all users to walk up and make copies and use all 
the copier/printer's features. The system includes an enhanced copy server, which permits as many as 240 print 
jobs and 6,000 pages to be scanned to a 60-gigabyte hard drive for storage, retrieval and editing. For enhanced 
productivity and improved turnaround time, scanned images can be viewed on the user interface to simplify job 
editing and management.  The attributes of stored jobs also can be reprogrammed at the user interface. As many 
as 10 jobs can be scanned ahead for unattended printing.

The Xerox 2101 has a paper capacity of 6,055 sheets ranging from 16-pound bond paper (60 gsm) to 80-pound 
cover stock (220 gsm) and tab stock.  It prints and scans at up to 600 by 600 dots per inch resolution. The 
recommended print volume is 60,000 to 350,000 impressions per month. The duty cycle is rated at 600,000 
impressions per month. The Xerox 2101 is backed by the benchmark Xerox Customer Satisfaction Guarantee.

The Xerox 2101 Digital Copier/Printer is available immediately in Canada, Europe and the United States.  
The U.S. manufacturer's list price is $56,550 for the copier-only version and $65,050 for the copier/printer. 
Options include a high-capacity feeder, $2,700; the booklet maker, $11,800; and the folder, $5,700. Sales, 
service and leasing are offered through the Xerox direct sales force and authorized sales agents.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 8/12/2003

XEROX EXTENDS MICR LASER PRINTER LEADERSHIP

ROCHESTER, N.Y., Aug. 11, 2003 - Xerox Corporation today introduced a new production laser printer designed 
to print checks and other negotiable documents. The Xerox DocuPrint 75MX brings advanced MICR (Magnetic 
Ink Character Recognition) capabilities to mid-volume and distributed production environments and rounds out the 
company's MICR laser production printer line, which has long been the industry's most comprehensive. "Xerox 
introduced the first MICR laser printer nearly 20 years ago, and our products have established the standard for 
MICR performance," said Mark Waxenberg, vice president and general manager, Xerox Production Solutions 
Business.  "The DocuPrint 75MX offers a particularly attractive value for customers who are looking for a reliable, 
full-featured mid-range product, complemented by unmatched MICR experience and support."

Like other Xerox production MICR products, the DocuPrint 75MX is designed for service bureaus, corporate data 
centers and companies in financial services and insurance that produce checks and negotiables for payroll, billing 
and accounting services. It also is ideal for lower-volume, distributed MICR environments and for non-traditional 
MICR applications, such as coupons and concert tickets.

"With the DocuPrint 75MX, Xerox is in excellent position to address the mid-volume MICR printing market," 
said Gilles Biscos, president of market-research and consulting firm INTERQUEST. "Although INTERQUEST 
forecasts the overall MICR printer market to be relatively flat over the next few years, we expect the 50-90 
pages-per-minute segment will experience double-digit growth and offer significant business opportunities."
The DocuPrint 75MX provides the same advanced production printing capabilities as the DocuPrint 75 EPS, upon 
which it is based.  These include print speeds of 75 impressions per minute (ipm), print resolution as high as 1200 
by 600 dots per inch, and a job integrity and recovery feature, which ensures that every record gets printed and 
can be reprinted.

The DocuPrint 75MX also features six input paper trays for handling various paper sizes and stocks.  Toner and 
developer are supplied in customer replaceable units, eliminating the need for some service calls. The DocuPrint 
75MX is compatible with the in-line binding and booklet-making options available for the DocuPrint and DocuTech 
75 and 90 family. Off-line finishing equipment is available for automating check insertion, mailing and other 
post-printing processes.

The DocuPrint 75MX uses the same DocuSP controller as about two dozen other Xerox color and monochrome 
printers, including Xerox's complete line of production MICR printers, streamlining operations and easing operator 
training.  PostScript, PDF and PCL printing is standard; native Xerox LCDS (Line Conditioned Data Streams) and 
native IBM IPDS (Intelligent Print Data Streams) support are optional. Variable data printing is supported in numerous 
ways, including the optional Xerox VIPP, part of the Xerox FreeFlow Digital Workflow Collection.

Like all Xerox MICR printers, the DocuPrint 75MX comes with the  Xerox Check Guarantee, a level of assurance 
that is unavailable from other MICR printer vendors.  The guarantee states that if Xerox is unable to resolve 
bank-reported MICR performance or reject rate problems, Xerox will reimburse the customer for bank fees related 
to excessive rejects of checks printed after Xerox was notified of the problem. The DocuPrint 75MX will be 
available in North America in the fourth quarter at a U.S. suggested manufacturer's price of $59,000. Order taking 
begins immediately.  All sales are through the Xerox direct sales force and Xerox agents.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 7/31/2003

RGC COMMUNICATIONS EXPECTS TO TRIPLE ITS VOLUME IN PERSONALIZED DIGITAL PRINTING WITH XEROX DOCUCOLOR iGEN3

ROSELLE, Ill., and ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 31, 2003 - RGC Communications has purchased a Xerox 
Corporation (NYSE: XRX) DocuColor iGen3(tm) Digital Production Press to handle a growing business for 
personalized, or variable information, color documents.  It expects to be able to triple its variable information 
print volume from 2.5 million pages in 2003 to more than 8 million pages in 2004 using the new press. "We 
have been offering variable information printing to our customers for more than 15 years, and the DocuColor 
iGen3 will allow us to deliver more personalized documents at competitive prices and faster turnaround than 
other products on the market," said co-owner Rich Chlebos.  "V.I. is most valuable when it enhances business 
communication by delivering more personal, targeted information, increasing the effectiveness of the
response to client programs."

"There is no doubt in our mind that tailored, individual-specific V.I. printing will continue to be an important part of 
our business," added Sandy Chlebos, co-owner, RGC Communications.  "The DocuColor iGen3 is quickly 
proving to be an excellent tool to meet our customers' needs." The 100 page-per-minute DocuColor iGen3 
offers something that traditional offset presses cannot:  It permits content to vary from page to page so
that each recipient's document contains text and images specific to him or her.

A study by Rochester Institute of Technology and professor Frank Romano found full-color, personalized 
documents increase customer response rates over traditional methods by as much as 135 percent.  According 
to Rich Chlebos, RGC Communications selected the DocuColor iGen3 because it provides a high-quality, 
economical alternative to conventional offset printing for jobs that require short runs, quick turnarounds and
true personalization.  "With these capabilities, RGC can generate new revenue streams by helping our clients 
create tailored, world-class documents that touch their customers and give them a 'better bang for the buck,'" 
he said.

RGC plans to maximize its use of the DocuColor iGen3 press, taking advantage of new business opportunities 
that include:
* Assisting a large mutual fund company build stronger client relationships. RGC is printing client-specific, variable 
color messaging on fund performance statements, including transaction information, investor messages and 
advisor photos. This tailored information is based on shareholder segmentation, which allows the company to 
market to its investor base more effectively. The client uses variable information to tie its mutual fund's growth to 
each customer, which helps increase the understanding of his or her individual investment performance. As a result,
fund participation and investor confidence increase while minimizing overall customer service costs.
* Providing enhanced direct marketing services to a maintenance, repair and operations supply distributor. Through
 solution planning with RGC Communications, the distributor is able to create direct marketing pieces via the Web. 
This allows the company's 350 branch managers to customize marketing pieces with information specific to each 
branch location. The managers use an online template to select photos of excess inventory they are trying to sell.  
The piece is further customized with maps and branch information. This allows the distributor to send customers
the most timely and relevant information to increase satisfaction and retention.

"RGC Communications was an early adopter of variable information technology and has developed it into a strong 
competitive advantage," said Thomas Wetjen, vice president and general manager, Xerox Worldwide Graphic Arts 
Business. "Its executives now believe the DocuColor iGen3 can take their V.I. business to a new level."

A Xerox customer for nearly 25 years, RGC Communications is headquartered in Roselle, Ill., with a second 
location in Orlando, Fla. The 113-person Roselle operation offers a full range of document solution services - 
including digital printing and traditional offset, binding, mailing and fulfillment, as well as Internet and programming 
services - for customers that include the U.S. Postal Service and various credit card, mutual fund
and professional service companies.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 7/29/2003

XEROX SIGNS SIX-YEAR, $50 MILLION CONTRACT WITH WELLCHOICE, INC.

ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 29, 2003 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) today announced a contract renewal 
valued at approximately $50 million over the next six years with WellChoice, Inc., the largest health insurer in 
New York. The contract, which includes a combination of Xerox's services and digital office solutions, 
expands an existing seven-year relationship. WellChoice will continue working with Xerox Global Services to 
create, print and distribute more than 3.5 million customized explanation of benefit (EOB) documents as well as 
an additional 10,000 customized post-enrollment kits to members each month.  A combination of Xerox and 
third-party services,software and hardware allows WellChoice service representatives to view EOB information 
online simultaneously for more timely and accurate responses to questions regarding coverage and benefits.

To reduce document-related expenses, Xerox is also transitioning some of WellChoice's traditional, paper-based 
business processes into more efficient, digitally-based transactions. Xerox digital office multifunction systems 
and FlowPort® software are being used to route documents from hardcopy to digital, allowing the insurer to 
securely store and quickly access business-critical documents. "The decision to continue working with Xerox 
was based on its commitment to our vision of outstanding member communication and the delivery of cost-
effective solutions," said Gloria McCarthy, WellChoice executive vice president and chief operating officer. 
"They know what is important to us, and they find the solutions, services, people and equipment to match our 
needs and expectations."

In addition, Xerox is consolidating the company's printer, copier and multifunction fleet and upgrading older 
systems with equipment that improves office productivity, including 80 WorkCentre® Pro networked digital 
multifunction systems and 73 network printers from the Phaser® line. The WorkCentre Pro systems, announced 
in April, offer the strength of Xerox digital multifunction technology - printing, copying, faxing, scanning and e-mailing - 
and integrate with third-party solutions. "This renewal represents what Xerox is all about - we solve business problems 
and reduce the cost of doing business," said John B. Jones, vice president, Healthcare Services and Life Sciences, 
Xerox Global Services. "Continuing the relationship with WellChoice is an example of how we evolve with the client, 
reengineering processes along the way to maximize their entire infrastructure."

The Xerox outsourcing agreement with WellChoice also includes on-site support of supplies management, records 
management and preventative maintenance at six WellChoice sites.

www.xerox.com


Xerox - 7/24/2003

SIR SPEEDY FRANCHISE BUYS XEROX DOCUCOLOR iGEN3 DIGITAL PRESS

BRAINTREE, Mass., and ROCHESTER, N.Y., July 24, 2003 - The Sir Speedy franchise of Braintree, one of the 
largest quick printers in New England,has purchased a Xerox (NYSE:XRX) DocuColor iGen3(tm) Digital 
Production Press to expand its business and print high quality, full-color applications such as postcards, 
mini-posters, books and brochures.  The quick printer expects to print more than 1 million impressions a month 
by year-end on the DocuColor iGen3, doubling its color print volume. 

"We've already had a multitude of new customers from a variety of industries coming to us because they've heard 
we have the DocuColor iGen3, and they want to print applications that just can't be done on offset and other
digital machines," said Jim Corliss, owner of Sir Speedy Braintree. "The iGen3 provides unmatched speed and the 
best color quality I've ever seen, allowing us to grow our business by pursuing all kinds of new market opportunities."

The Braintree print franchise, the leader in sales among all of Sir Speedy's 500 national franchises in 2002, has l
everaged the DocuColor iGen3's ability to run a variety of media, from posters to 12 point card stock, at 100 
pages-per-minute with image quality that compares favorably with the traditional look and feel of offset. According 
to Xerox, leading print shops throughout the United States have joined Sir Speedy in discovering that digital print 
technology excels at tasks not possible with offset - such as short runs, quick job turnarounds and personalization - 
while providing outstanding print quality. To help Sir Speedy learn to take full take advantage of the DocuColor 
iGen3's capabilities, and to assist it in identifying volume building and revenue-generating opportunities, Xerox 
deployed one of its SmartPress Production Consultants to work on-site. According to Corliss, "Xerox was really 
helpful in managing new applications and training our staff. They have a great service organization." Sir Speedy 
of Braintree, with 22 employees and more than $4 million in annual sales, produces printing, copying, posters, 
blueprints, banners, CD duplication and graphic design around the clock.  The shop has been a Xerox customer 
since 1989.

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Xerox - 6/23/2003

XEROX WINS 2003 IEEE Corporate INNOVATION AWARD FOR INVENTING DOCUTECH AND THE PRINT-ON-DEMAND INDUSTRY

STAMFORD, Conn., June 23, 2003 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) has received the 2003 IEEE Corporate 
Innovation Recognition award for its pioneering work that created the DocuTech product line and resulted in 
the $30 billion print-on-demand industry. 

The IEEE recognized Xerox "for its DocuTech product line, which unified digital electronics, computing and 
communications with xerography to create the print-on-demand industry," said Michael Adler, IEEE president.  
The IEEE, which is the world's largest technical professional society, presented the award to Xerox at its annual 
awards ceremony in Nashville, Tenn., on June 21.

As revolutionary for the printing and publishing industry as the original Xerox copier was for the office, the 
DocuTech product line was simultaneously an innovative product, system and service. The DocuTech Production 
Publisher, introduced in 1990, combined the steps of the printing process (prepress, printing, finishing) into new 
electronic workflows and made possible digital publishing of documents.  

Its genius was in merging both hard copy and digital inputs into fully laid out pages, generating full documents 
described by computer programs.  These programs, called job tickets, were created by workers via a graphical 
user interface and were "run" by the DocuTech device to create finished hard copy documents.    

"Within a decade of its introduction, most of the black-and-white printing work in the United States had shifted 
to DocuTech, profoundly changing the nature of the printing industry and moving it into the digital age," said 
Frank J. Romano, chair of Rochester Institute of Technology's School of Print Media.  

A principal advantage of the DocuTech was its ability to produce short-run lengths of print jobs "on demand," 
simplifying production and distribution and giving the new business its name.  Indeed, DocuTech's ability to 
"distribute, then print" instead of offset printing's traditional "print, then distribute" model fundamentally changed 
the work processes of printing documents.  

The full spectrum of Xerox's black-and-white products based on the seminal DocuTech architecture now includes 
more than 20 digital printers and presses, ranging from 75 to 180 pages per minute.  They are supported by an 
array of integrated workflow components including the Xerox DocuSP common controller, Digipath Production 
Software and other innovative software, products and services.  The black-and-white products are now 
complemented by Xerox's DocuColor series of digital production presses, which deliver the benefits of DocuTech 
architecture in full-color digital presses. 

In 2002 the print-on-demand industry created nearly 400 billion print-on-demand impressions in the United States, 
with a retail print value of about $30 billion, according to CAP Ventures, Inc., a business communication 
technologies and services consulting firm.  For Xerox alone, revenues from the DocuTech product line have 
exceeded $17 billion since its introduction.  

In addition, the groundbreaking architecture of the DocuTech has been the basis for two succeeding waves of 
innovation:  

·        The digital transition, which swept the office copier industry in the late 1990's, transforming analog office 
copiers into digital multifunction devices that could provide scanning, printing, saving, editing and communications 
such as faxing.

·        The emerging transformation of the print-on-demand industry to the personalized-print-on-demand industry by 
adding database merging and Internet delivery functionality to the original architecture.  

"In honoring the DocuTech product line, the IEEE is recognizing a breakthrough technology that is based on an 
astonishing array of innovations. Xerox continues to build on that legacy, most recently with its next-generation 
DocuColor iGen3 Digital Production Press, a 100 page-per-minute color product launched last year," said Hervé 
Gallaire, Xerox chief technology officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group.  Gallaire accepted the 
award on behalf of the Xerox employees whose foresight and creativity brought the DocuTech to market. 

Xerox Corporation, one of the world's top technology innovators, conducts research and development in color 
science, computing, digital imaging, electromechanical systems, novel materials, work practices and other 
disciplines connected to Xerox's expertise in printing and document management.

www.xerox.com


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