Xerox’s “Ask the Experts” Series Harnesses the Power of Perspective

By Patti Quinn, Technology Public Relations

Today’s digital world impacts all industries.

For instance: How can C-level executives use critical data about customers, products, services and processes in order to help their companies offer products and services their customers want?  Or, how does print find its place among today’s technologies?

In order to address these issues and other trending matters, Xerox has harnessed the perspective of respected experts to discuss topics that are critical to the marketplace.  To date, the “Ask the Experts” series – a set of brief, shareable conversations on Google+ Hangouts – has covered a range of issues, including:

Unlock Information in Your Organization

Unlocking the potential of information was discussed by Don Dixon, senior vice president of Global Document Outsourcing at Xerox, along with featured guests, Louella Fernandes, associate director and analyst,  Quocirca  and Michael Krigsman, co-founder of CxOTalk.

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Innovation in Healthcare Technology

A follow-up to trending discussions at TEDMED, John Lynn, blogger and founder of the nationally renowned blog network Healthcare Scene, and Markus Fromherz, chief innovation officer of Xerox Healthcare Solutions, debated the importance of healthcare technology innovation, and whether it improves patient care.

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Challenges and Issues for Small- and Medium-Sized Businesses (SMB)

Hosted by Xerox vice president of Strategy, Robin Wessel, and SMB expert and New York Times best-selling author, Melinda Emerson, participants discussed the issues and challenges facing small businesses.

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Enduring Power of Print

Graphic communications experts discuss the power of print within the graphic design and creative community. Hosted by Shell Haffner, former Worldwide Product Manager for Xerox, and Gordon Kaye, editor and publisher of Graphic Design USA magazine.

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10 Comments

  1. Donald Resor September 24, 2014 - Reply

    Is there any archived literature on the Xerox Memorywriter line of products? Namely information about the 645, 645E and 645S specifications.

    Thank You

    • Gregory Pings September 24, 2014 - Reply

      Hi Donald: I’m checking with Xerox’s historical archives. We’ll get back to you as soon as we have an answer.

    • Gregory Pings September 24, 2014 - Reply

      Donald — Our historian just sent me some PDF files on the products you asked about. I’ll send them to the email address you provided when you sent in your comment. Please look for an email from me — “Greg Pings” or “Pings, Greg.”

      Cheers!

      • Donald Resor September 24, 2014 - Reply

        I received the brochures in an email this morning. From a ex-Xeroid to a current one, Thank you.

  2. Vickie January 18, 2016 - Reply

    Looking for manual for Xerox 6016 Memorywriter Typewriter. Can you help me?

    • Gregory Pings January 19, 2016 - Reply

      Vickie: I checked with our historian and provide his reply below. He sent me a PDF of the manual for the 6015, which I will send to you at the email address you provided.

      “We don’t have a 6016 Operator Manual but do have a 6015. The only difference between the two is the size of the memory, the 6015 is 3K and the 6016 is 8K. Otherwise operationally they will be the same.”Cheers,Greg

      • Vickie January 19, 2016 - Reply

        Thank you so much!!

  3. Bill McLure November 22, 2016 - Reply

    I’m looking for a manual for a Xerox Memorywriter, Model 6018. Is one available for downloading?

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