Xerox Corporation



Xerox Corporation

Headquarters: Norwalk
Traded as:NYSE: XRX
S&P 500 Component
Industry:Information technology
Founded:April 18, 1906; 112 years ago (as The Haloid Photographic Company)
Rochester, New York, U.S.
Founders:Joseph C. Wilson
Chester Carlson
Headquarters: Norwalk, Connecticut, U.S.
Area served: Worldwide
Key people: Keith Cozza 
John Visentin 
Products: Office printers, production printers & digital presses, multi-function printers, wide format printers, projectors, scanners copiers, and other office equipment
Services: Document solutions and services
Revenue: Decrease US$10.265 billion (2017)[2]
Operating income: Increase US$570 million (2017)
Net income: Increase US$195 million (2017)

Number of employees:~35,300 (2017)

Xerox manufactures and sells a wide variety of office equipment including scanners, printers, and multifunction systems that scan, print, copy, email and fax. These model families include WorkCentre, Phaser, and ColorQube. For the graphic communications and commercial print industries, the Xerox product portfolio includes high-volume, digital printing presses, production printers, and wide format printers that use xerographic and inkjet printing technologies. Product families include iGen, Nuvera, DocuPrint, Impika's product (Trivor, iPrint and Rialto).


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