– Submitted by Leah Quesada, vice president, Office Marketing

Happy birthday to the Xerox ColorQube 9200 Series multifunction printer (MFP)! As we slice into some solid ink-style birthday cake, we mark what has been a successful year for Xerox.

Since last May, we’ve been working to shift the color-printing paradigm by helping our customers from around the world lower their color printing costs and meet their green printing goals. We’ve been sharing the possibilities with customers, and the proof is in the numbers. For instance, printing 22,000 pages a month for four years, a solid ink printer’s waste amounts to 88 pounds versus 815 pounds of waste from a laser device. This is the difference between the weight of a 10-year-old girl and a cow!

In the first 12 months of life, the ColorQube 9200 Series is gaining traction with customers, such as CityCenter, Capespan and Corus Entertainment.

For example, CityCenter in Las Vegas,  an urban destination of hotels and residences, spas, dining and shopping, recently installed 37 ColorQube 9200 Series MFPs to help generate 90 percent less supplies waste, 9 percent less lifecycle energy and 10 percent fewer greenhouse gases than a comparable laser-based product. Capespan, a leading fresh produce company in the U.K., installed two Xerox ColorQube 9200s at its headquarters, helping them cut the cost of color pages up to 62 percent compared to traditional color lasers and saving the company thousands of dollars. Xerox Data App_M.inddIn addition, Corus Entertainment Inc., one of Canada’s largest and most successful media and entertainment companies, recently entered into a five-year partnership with Xerox Global Services to run its Corus Print Centre – replacing 240 of its older print devices with 43 new Xerox machines, including 30 ColorQube 9202 MFPs.

Xerox continues to be committed to helping our customers achieve more while using less, and this is exactly what we accomplished since the introduction of the ColorQube 9200 Series last May.

Happy Birthday ColorQube 9200 Series!

Leah Quesada, vice president, Office Marketing