Fuji Xerox Singapore Pte Ltd announced today the launch of Fuji Xerox Document Technology Centre in Kaki Bukit, Singapore.
According to the document solutions provider, the 10,000-square feet data centre and production facility will support Fuji Xerox's delivery of document management solutions and services to local businesses in Singapore.
The centre will house end-to-end capabilities to drive multi-channel communications with advanced automated process for businesses in Singapore. This includes capturing and processing incoming documents and data from customers, disseminating customised content to customers, and providing easy online access to both customers and service staff for quick information retrieval.
Leveraging its IT data management capacity, Fuji Xerox's new facility streamlines document-related operations and achieves higher cost-efficiencies for businesses. Additionally, it will be able to handle the printing and delivery of essential mail documents to end-users, including utility and telecommunication invoices as well as bank statements.
Besides that, the facility will also be able to digitalise and automatically process corporate clients' invoicing work, deliver information on behalf of businesses to their end-users through multiple channels such as email and mobile, and compile a database of scanned paper documents, managing and storing them for businesses.
In its media statement, Fuji Xerox said that the opening of this new centre represents the company's long-term commitment to Singapore and Asia Pacific, and will spur the growth of its communications and document-related business outsourcing offerings to cater to rising demand.
With this new centre, businesses in Singapore will be able to leverage the close proximity of the centre to accelerate the transition to multi-channel, mobile and interactive 24/7 communications with their customers, and expand their businesses with increased productivity and efficiency, it added.
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