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    University selects Xerox as vendor
    2005 – Stamford (CT): Xerox has been selected by the University of
    California as a vendor to fulfil the document needs of its 10
    state-wide campuses, five medical centres and three laboratories.
    five-year contract could warrant up to 3,000 Xerox digital copiers and
    office multifunction systems to supply the university’s needs.

    University of California Signs Five-Year, Multimillion-Dollar Contract with Xerox

    advanced technology and excellent customer service as important factors
    in its decision, the University of California has selected Xerox
    Corporation  as one of its preferred vendors to fulfill the document
    needs of its 10 statewide campuses, five medical centers and three
    national laboratories. The five-year contract could involve nearly
    3,000 Xerox digital copiers and office multifunction systems ordered
    over time. The new Xerox contract is designed to provide the University
    of California system with consistent equipment across campus locations
    and help students, faculty and staff create and handle documents more
    “Since the University of California system includes a
    large staff of healthcare workers, research scientists, educators,
    administrators and students, we needed to establish an alliance that
    could meet the wide-ranging technology and support needs for the
    university,” said Haggai Hisgilov, executive director of strategic
    sourcing for the University of California system. “Throughout our
    evaluation process, Xerox’s customer focus, products and services
    proved to offer the maximum value in meeting the university’s needs.”
    offers the most extensive line of office products in the industry, 95
    percent of which have been released within the last two years,” said
    Tim Williams, president, Xerox Office Group. “Our ability to meet the
    needs of the wide variety of departments, workgroups and environments
    within the University of California stems from our commitment to
    keeping our product line fresh and delivering the latest features and
    capabilities for office workers as well as IT staff.”