*NEWS*OFFICE MAX SIGNS $18M DEAL W/ XEROX

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*NEWS*OFFICE MAX SIGNS $18M DEAL W/ XEROX

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    Xerox, ‘Max sign printer partnership
    nov
    2005 – Stamford (CT): Xerox has signed a four-year deal worth $18
    million to put 1,280 digital multifunction colour printers and copiers
    in OfficeMax stores nationwide. OfficeMax to Use Xerox Color Systems
    Nationwide

    OfficeMax Signs $18 Million Deal with Xerox to Place Color Systems in Stores Nationwide; 1,200 devices can produce anything from quick color copies to complex reports.
    BOSTON,
    nov, 2005 – Making it more convenient for customers to produce
    high-quality color documents, OfficeMax Inc. , a leader in
    business-to-business and retail office products, has signed an $18
    million, four-year deal with Xerox Corporation  to place 1,280 digital
    color multifunction systems in stores across the country.
    Selection Criteria
    After
    evaluating several competitive devices, OfficeMax chose Xerox
    multifunction systems and digital copier-printers for their color
    quality, speed and reliability. With Xerox color systems available for
    self-service and behind-the-counter use, as well as in OfficeMax’s five
    production centers nationwide, the equipment will help build new
    business for OfficeMax’s Print and Document Services department.
    “From
    a product standpoint, color printing and copying is our top priority
    because it represents an opportunity to serve our business customers’
    growing needs,” said Brian Norris, senior vice president, Print and
    Document Services, OfficeMax. “Xerox is helping us make high-quality
    color accessible and easy to use for all of our customers.”
    High Volume Devices
    For
    high-volume color printing and copying jobs, OfficeMax’s Print and
    Document Services chose 630 Xerox DocuColor 240 and DocuColor 250
    multifunction systems that print in color at up to 40 and 50 pages per
    minute, respectively. Installed behind the counter, these will be the
    main color production systems used in each store and will include
    high-capacity paper feeders to support long-run jobs. Printing at true
    2400 x 2400 dpi, these Xerox color systems – introduced in June – are
    designed to give OfficeMax customers the best digital color quality
    available in retail today. These systems will be integrated into
    OfficeMax’s existing digital network, allowing customers to submit
    their jobs right from their office desktops to any OfficeMax location.
    As
    part of the deal, OfficeMax also installed 650 Xerox CopyCentre(R)
    C2636 standalone digital color copiers. Now, OfficeMax customers are
    able to walk up and directly produce high-quality color copies on
    demand. These color-capable systems can make both black-and-white and
    color copies economically; that means OfficeMax can provide color and
    black-and-white copying on one system at competitive prices.
    Covering the high End
    In
    addition to the DocuColor 240/250 and CopyCentre C2636 office systems,
    OfficeMax is now supporting its large corporate customers with a Xerox
    DocuColor 8000 Digital Press in each of its five U.S. production
    centers. Printing up to 80 ppm in color, these systems allow OfficeMax
    to complete large projects faster in a production environment.
    “OfficeMax
    recognizes that its customers value the impact and accessibility of
    color in documents,” said Tim Williams, president, Xerox Office Group.
    “With an unsurpassed line of color systems, Xerox is a leader in the
    growing color market. This contract reinforces the strong customer
    response to our newest breakthrough color offering, the DocuColor
    240/250.”
    Xerox and its partner Fuji Xerox are jointly investing
    about two-thirds of a combined $1.5 billion annual research and
    development budget in color. As a result, Xerox continues to rapidly
    introduce color products, solutions and services into the marketplace.
    Xerox’s color offerings include network printers, multifunction
    systems, digital copiers, highlight color printing systems, wide-format
    printing devices, and digital presses. These products range from 5 ppm
    to 180 ppm