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5 Ways Xerox CEO John Visentin Is Reshaping The Company

While he’s only been on the job for seven months, John Visentin has shown he is not afraid to shape the American icon as he sees fit, with a relentless pace of internal consolidation and streamlining which he told employees is designed to make Xerox a “tech powerhouse.”

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Consolidation Across The Board

Visentin talked about the changes he had made in the seven months since taking the helm that include consolidating the operations unit under a single leader, Steve Bandrowczak, which was announced in June, and moving all hardware under Tracey Koziol, who is now responsible for the company’s entire product portfolio. Visentin also created a global team exclusively focused on software, which he called “an important future source of our growth.”

Xerox centralized business functions of HR, legal, finance, information management, delivery, strategy and marketing, “to create greater global alignment, standards of excellence, and accountability, to enhance performance across the enterprise.”

“All of these moves have shaped our organization to compete more effectively in the future,” Visentin explained in his letter. “These changes reflect a closer alignment with industry standards and the way our customers expect to buy and be serviced, making it easier for them to do business with us. At the same time, we are optimizing our operations. This will create a simpler, flatter, more agile organization that will help empower our people and make it easier to speed decisions into action on behalf of our customers, as well as create ways to work more productively.”

 
 
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