Océ Extends Industry Leadership with Over 60 Percent of US Continuous Feed Printer Market Share

April 30, 2008 – Trumbull, CT– Océ, an international leader in digital document management and delivery, announced today that it continues its leadership in the continuous feed market for the sixth year in a row, according to recently released InfoTrends data. Statistics in the new InfoTrends report, “U.S. Production Copying & Printing Placements: 2007,” place Océ in the dominant market position in the continuous feed category with over 60 percent of roll-fed printer placements in the United States. Océ has held the top spot in the continuous feed segment since 2003, the first year InfoTrends started tracking market share for this category. The InfoTrends report covers a range of production print equipment, including monochrome, spot color, and process color roll-fed printers. InfoTrends is a leading market research and consulting firm in the digital imaging and document solutions industry.

Incubating Inside Xerox Labs: Innovation that Benefits the Workplace, Healthcare, and the Environment

PALO ALTO, Calif., April 29, 2008  -- From adding intelligence and automation to documents to breaking new frontiers in clean tech and biomedical domains, Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) and its global innovation partners today lifted the curtain on a diverse set of innovative projects being nurtured in laboratories around the world.

"Our mission is to deliver innovations that solve the problems our customers face today while creating visionary technologies for tomorrow and beyond," said Sophie Vandebroek, Xerox chief technology officer and president of the Xerox Innovation Group. "Technology touches our lives in major ways and is core to sustainable global growth. Scientists and engineers at Xerox are inspired by the significant impact their work will continue to have on our customers and our company and on society."

Kyocera Mita America’s Data Security Kit Offers Advanced Encryption and Overwrite Capabilities for Company’s Looking to Protect Their Confidential Information

FAIRFIELD, New Jersey – April 29, 2008 - Kyocera Mita America, one of the world's leading document solutions companies, announced today it has been awarded ISO 15408 Certification for Data Security Kit (C) for their monochrome workgroup multifunctional products. Data Security Kit (C) meets Evaluation Assurance Level 3 (EAL3) requirements, conforming to the standards set forth and known as Common Criteria. With the announcement of this certification, Kyocera is building on its strategy to providing innovative products and solutions that meet the security initiatives and requirements of today’s business. Kyocera is committed to ensuring organizations with ways to best protect their confidential documents, information and assets, while providing a reliable deterrent to unauthorized activity and access. Data Security Kit (C) is the latest security kit option to achieve ISO 15408 certification.

Xerox Raises $1.4 Billion Through Senior Notes Offerings

NORWALK, Conn., April 28, 2008  -- Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) closed today on a $400 million offering of senior unsecured notes due in 2013 bearing a fixed rate coupon of 5.65 percent, and a $1 billion offering of senior unsecured notes due in 2018 and bearing a fixed rate coupon of 6.35 percent.

Proceeds from the offerings will be used to repay the company's borrowings under its 2007 credit facility and for general corporate purposes. The offering follows last week's investment grade credit rating upgrade from Standard and Poor's Rating Services from BBB- to BBB.

SYSPRO - Mid-market DM

SYSPRO has announced the availability of Document Management for SYSPRO, which is described as a cost-effective, "green-minded" solution set that enables mid-market manufacturers to gain new cost and time efficiencies while addressing regulatory compliance mandates.

Document Management for SYSPRO, which is optionally available with enhanced workflow features, enables organizations to access, manage and automate the routing of all digital content, including scanned paper documents, e-mails, faxes, print streams, application files, e-forms, Web content and multimedia files. The offering is embedded into SYSPRO’s standard ERP solution set, enabling workers to access and manage these documents directly from their work screens without leaving their applications.

Océ Business Services Named to the Leaders Category of the IAOP Global Outsourcing 100 for the Second Straight Year

NEW YORK, N.Y. (April 28, 2008) - Océ Business Services, Inc. today announced that for the second straight year it has been named to the top-ranked Leaders Category of the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals- (IAOP) 2008 Global Outsourcing 100 list. This list defines the standard for excellence in outsourcing service delivery. Océ's official ranking -- 41 out of the list of 75 Leaders -- represents a significant increase over the company's 2007 Leader ranking of 57.
Additionally, Océ was named as a top company in two IAOP 2008 Global Outsourcing industry sub-lists: Document Management and Administrative and Corporate Services.
"The companies on this year's Global Outsourcing 100 list represent the elite of our field, hailing from every corner of the globe and providing an extensive array of cutting-edge services," says Michael F. Corbett, chairman, IAOP. "The Global Outsourcing 100 list has become the definitive go-to resource that companies use to make better informed outsourcing decisions and comparisons of providers, so it is an extremely valuable resource for both the players named on it and the businesses around the world that use outsourcing services."
"Our sustained growth is rooted in our ability to help clients achieve superior document process performance," said Elizabeth Halaki, chief marketing officer, Océ Business Services. "Our talented employees are working harder than ever to create value for our clients, and this recognition by the IAOP as a top performing leader in global outsourcing is gratifying."

Former Tampa Bay Technology Forum Vice President joins iDatix

Clearwater, FL — Heather Kenyon recently joined iDatix as Director of Sales and Business Development. Ms. Kenyon will be responsible for developing customer relationships and strategic business partnerships. Previously she was the Vice President of Development for the Tampa Bay Technology Forum.

Ms. Kenyon worked to support the organization by raising funds for all TBTF events and peer networks. She joined the TBTF in 2003 as the organization’s second employee.  She was promoted from Membership Director to VP of Development in 2006, after increasing sponsorships and revenues more than 200%. From 2003-2008, she grew TBTF’s membership from 150 to 400 companies. Ms. Kenyon was awarded the distinction in 2006 of being one of the “Forty Under Forty” class by the Gulf Coast Business Review.

Xerox and Stora Enso Deliver First-of-its-Kind Digital Printing Solution for Packaging; Cuts Time-to-Market From Weeks to Days

ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 25, 2008 - Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX) is bringing its digital expertise to the pharmaceutical packaging market to help print providers and packaging converters deliver personalized cartons and other packages in short-runs that lead to quicker time-to-market and more profits.

According to industry consultancy Pira International, the worldwide digital print market for packaging was $580.7 million in 2005 and is expected to reach $6 billion by 2015. The digital print market for the pharmaceutical segment is expected to grow to $1.34 billion by 2015.

Sepialine Announces AutoCAD 2009 Compatibility

SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. – April 8, 2008 - Sepialine® - a leading provider of Cost Recovery software for design professionals - today announced that its Argos Cost Recovery System is compatible with AutoCAD 2009 design software. Released on March 25, 2008, AutoCAD 2009 is the latest version of the flagship Computer-Aided Design (CAD) software from Autodesk, Inc.

Sepialine's award-winning Argos Cost Recovery System helps corporate and service professionals receive reimbursement for printing and office expenses. The Argos System captures print costs regardless of application, version and print device, and without the use of software plug-ins. Freedom from specific software products and versions is unique in the cost recovery market, and makes instant compatibility with products like AutoCAD 2009 possible, without the need for version-specific AutoCAD plug-ins.

Xerox Commits $2 Million to RIT Targeting Education and Research in Sustainability

ROCHESTER, N.Y., April 24, 2008  -- Xerox Corporation (NYSE: XRX), building on four decades of leadership in advancing environmentally sustainable practices, is committing $2 million to Rochester Institute of Technology to serve as a founding partner of The Golisano Institute for Sustainability. Anne Mulcahy, Xerox chairman and CEO, made the announcement today during a presentation on the RIT campus.

This latest investment in RIT by Xerox, which will be spread over five years, focuses on developing talent and fostering new sustainable technologies through research.

"Xerox and RIT share a commitment to advancing environmental sustainability through innovation," states Mulcahy. "Our collective efforts have the same desired outcome: making what's good for the environment, good for business."