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Print less and save more with Xerox Digital Alternatives Tool

xeroxXerox has come up with a new Digital Alternatives Tool that helps enterprises move closer to a more digital and paper-less work environment. This workflow solution is designed to support the mobile work population and enables multiple workflows within a single application without a need for access papers.

Xerox’s Digital Alternatives is mobile and desktop assistant technology that computerizes a major chunk of paperwork done in any large enterprise. The technology not only saves paper but also makes it easier for the employees to share, save, read or sign any document. It eliminates the need to print or convert documents, saving time and money.

 This intuitive interface can be deployed across PCs based on Microsoft Windows and on Apple iPads. It makes the overall migration process from paper to digital files a smooth affair.

Speaking about this new tool, Mike Feldman, President, Large Enterprise Operations, Xerox, said, “Printing less isn’t just about using less paper – it’s about working smarter, improving productivity, connecting with clients faster and using data to bolster business. At first thought, we may be an unlikely source to say ‘print less’, but we bridge the digital and paper worlds to help enterprises better understand, protect and use information more intelligently.”

Vishal Awal, Executive Director- Services of Xerox South Asia, “Xerox Digital Alternatives is a flexible and powerful solution supporting today’s increasingly mobile knowledge workers. It helps users complete ad-hoc, document-based work processes across user devices, without the need for paper. With Digital Alternatives, users get consistent, anytime access to their critical business documents and a toolset optimized for “paper-based” ways of working without the actual need for paper.”


Binni Rawat

She is a traveller (explorer) by heart and a writer by chance. Her curiosity drove her into writing for tech where she enjoys her role as a product reviewer. Binni holds a degree in Journalism & Mass Communication and loves to explore places whenever free. When she is not writing, you can find her engrossed in a fiction novel or travelling to the mountains.

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