Managed print company, Fuji Xerox Australia, has expanded on its business with the launch of its new IT services and enterprise software division. The new wing will enable the company to provide managed IT services, Cloud and hosting services and enterprise content management software to clients seeking to optimise their end-to-end business processes.
The company said, in a statement, that while Fuji Xerox Australia has provided some of these services to customers, such as Canberra Grammar School, for some time, the division was formalised as a result of increased demand from clients looking for evolving, scalable and reliable technology.
Fuji Xerox Australia IT services and enterprise software general manager, Brian Pereira, said in addition to powering business transformation, the new division provides solutions that enable businesses to adapt quickly in a changing market.
“With this suite of services, Fuji Xerox Australia can provide flexibility to SMEs and government with a pay-for-use model. This alleviates the need for our customers to plan capacity and business growth now and potentially sacrifice the ability to scale later down the track.
“Instead, Fuji Xerox Australia technology and systems can be configured to flex and suit our clients businesses individually, as and when change is required,” Pereira said.
He added that Fuji Xerox Australia’s Managed IT services will benefit businesses with hosted and outsourced solutions to reduce on-premise technology infrastructure, enabling significant cost savings, scalability and security.
This includes Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, Desktop-as-a-Service and Software-as-a-Service offerings to streamline end-user computing, network and security support, server and database management, and IT asset management.
IT procurement services are also available for hardware and software, while back-up and storage solutions are beneficial to execute, monitor and manage IT back-up and redundancy plans.
Other benefits of the new solutions include improved accountability through reporting and tracking; reduced overheads through smart application deployment; improved data protection and security; predictive intelligence by outsourcing IT support; reduced time and costs to deploy new technology; and access to a wider range of business grade suppliers and financing options.