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5 Things To Know About The HP-Xerox Partnership

The two companies are joining forces to go after the A4 and A3 printer markets, as well as the PC Device-as-a-Service market.

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Revenue Opportunity

The expanded partnership with HP Inc. also comes at a time when Xerox has been particularly aggressive about going after revenue. Two weeks ago, the copier giant launched three federal civil suits against customers aimed at collecting $794,215 from accused contract scofflaws, according to court records.

The largest single debt is owed by Alecto Health Care which has allegedly refused to pay some $553,983 to the Fairfield, Conn.-based Xerox. The copier giant said two of that company’s affiliates signed lease agreements for a total of 90 devices and a per-page rate on color and black and white copies in 2018, yet both failed to pay Xerox.

An Alecto representative in Ohio, who also handles the West Virginia office, said she would refer CRN’s questions to the company’s lawyer who has not responded.

A Xerox partner who reviewed the contracts said all three appeared to be standard deals and Xerox is well within its rights to pursue the matter in court.

 
 
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