In the wake of the biggest product launch in Xerox history, the company traversed the globe to introduce its new ConnectKey portfolio of 29 Xerox AltaLink and Xerox VersaLink printers and multifunction devices. The Future of Work Global Tour visited 14 cities in Europe and North America in a six-week span, driving demand and sparking early sales of the company’s new line of smart, connected workplace assistants.
Xerox played host to more than 2,000 customers and channel partners at 16 events, from Milan to Montreal to Manhattan, discussing how the fundamental nature of work is evolving and why office technology must stay ahead of the curve to meet the changing needs of today’s modern businesses.
“We see our customers navigating the intersection of physical and digital worlds, and they are looking to us for solutions that are simple, secure and mobile,” said Kevin Warren, executive vice president and chief commercial officer, Xerox. “As a technology leader that truly understands how today business world is communicates, connects and works, we responded with innovative ConnectKey technology that drives productivity — enabling customers to accomplish more and better work in less time.”
Future of Work forum attendees heard predictions from leading technology futurists and received advice from Xerox experts on a variety of topics. They also experienced hands-on product demonstrations and training sessions about the new Connectkey portfolio. The global series of events drove significant demand for Xerox technology and expertise, as well as complementary services and custom apps developed and delivered through channel partners.