Xerox Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ: XRX) and it subsidiaries today announced a new operating model and organizational structure to further the company’s Reinvention.
“The evolution of Xerox’s Reinvention aligns our resources in three key areas – improvement and stabilization of our core print business, increased productivity and efficiency through the formation of a new Global Business Services organization, and disciplined execution in revenue diversification,” said Steven Bandrowczak, Chief Executive Officer at Xerox. “The shift to a business unit operating model is a continuation of our client-focused, balanced execution priorities and is designed to accelerate product and services, go-to-market, and corporate functions’ operating efficiencies across all geographies we serve.”
Three key Reinvention priorities and intended outcomes:
- Core Print Business:
- Simplify our core products to align with the needs of economic buyers of today’s hybrid workplace.
- Increase investment in a partner-enabled go-to-market model that supports how clients prefer to procure their print solutions.
- With partners, pursue strategic market share gains by increasing reach, improving cost to serve, and enhancing profitability.
- Global Business Services:
- Through simplification, drive enterprise-wide efficiency and scalability with centrally coordinated internal processes leveraging shared capabilities and platforms.
- Garner operating leverage and investment capacity for our growth segments through lower transaction costs.
- Improve quality for all business units and functions while focusing on continuous improvement of clients’ and employees’ experiences.
- IT and Digital Services:
- Create greater organizational focus on Xerox’s emerging Digital Services and IT Services capabilities to accelerate revenue diversification toward markets with higher growth and profitability profiles.
- Implement a new multi-segment organizational focus to drive internal alignment and incremental services penetration with existing and prospective clients.
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Why is this important to your MSP?
Xerox's foray into IT services poses a formidable challenge to traditional managed service providers (MSPs) as it marks a significant diversification for the company renowned for its dominance in the printing and imaging industry. Leveraging its established brand and extensive business network, Xerox's expansion into IT services enables it to offer a comprehensive suite of solutions that encompass document management, workflow optimization, and IT support. This integrated approach not only streamlines operational efficiency for clients but also encroaches upon the territory traditionally occupied by MSPs. The threat lies in Xerox's ability to provide end-to-end services, combining their hardware expertise with IT solutions, which may lure clients away from specialized managed service providers. The competitive landscape in the IT services sector is evolving, and Xerox's strategic move positions it as a one-stop-shop, potentially reshaping the dynamics of the managed services market.
At some point, your Xerox vendor is going to need to sell more of their services and this will absolutely infringe on your business.
What can you do?
First, pick a partner that will stay in their lane. At TPUSA, we have one goal in mind, to be the largest print provider in our country. Reach out to learn how you can be a partner and protect your business!
Forward Looking Statements
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