No two businesses are exactly alike. Each business is made up of a unique blend of people, processes and technology. So why take a one-size-fits-all approach to solving business problems? FXBC Sydney offers a range of solutions for creating, producing, distributing and capturing documents which extend far beyond the standard print, copy , scan and fax functionality.
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Research suggests the average cost associated with documents in a business account for up to 6 percent of annual revenues. Yet almost three quarters of organisations have not measured the cost of resources like paper or storage associated with their documents — not to mention all of the invisible costs associated with poor process, duplication of effort or lost productive time. These hidden, and often unnecessary costs can go by unnoticed and unmanaged, impacting your business’ profitability.
Find out how you can reduce and control costs associated with documents in your business.
You know the value of your confidential data. Now just imagine the costs and damages if your information falls into the wrong hands. A breach in document security could result in unauthorised use, modification or disclosure – not to mention the average cost of a data breach in Australia is $2 million. 70 percent of companies reported accidental data breaches through printing, with a further 13 percent not sure if they had experienced a printing-related data breach.
Today’s documents take shape in not only the traditional hard copy forms, but also in electronic forms on desktops and in email. Since employees create, produce, distribute and capture these electronic documents differently than traditional paper documents, this information is at high risk of theft or loss. And with security intensive information projected to represent 45 percent of all information created by the end of 2012, companies must be prepared by securing the documents and systems that contain their most valuable asset – knowledge.
Find out how you can keep your documents secure as well as ensure compliance to regulatory requirements.
The amount of information created every year in paper and digital formats combined grows faster than 65 percent.  Not only that, but up to 80 percent of it comes in an unstructured format. Workers are spending more and more time sifting through this information from multiple channels and inconsistent formats, leading to decreased productivity and an increase in inefficient, manual processes. Some reports suggest up to 28 percent of the typical workday is wasted by interruptions caused by unnecessary information, with 42 percent of people accidentally using the wrong information at least once per week.
And it’s not getting any better. In fact, interactions between people via email, messaging and social networks are predicted to increase eightfold over the next four years. Layer into that the increasingly complex landscape of technology that we interact with daily. Today’s modern business relies on a variety of technologies such as laptops, smart phones, scanners and printers, and many other systems and tools.
Find out how you can streamline your business to help your employees stay productive – and happy.
People the world over are increasingly conscious of the needs of the global environment and the pressures being placed on our natural resources by our modern lifestyles.
As businesses step up to make a difference and reduce their environmental impacts, this sentiment is gaining momentum in the corporate sector. 93 percent of CEOs now believe that sustainability will be critical to the success of their business in the future. Case studies from virtually every industry show that it’s possible to develop green initiatives that will make a real contribution to both the environment and your bottom line. What’s more, these efforts often deliver other benefits, including improvements in employee morale, customer loyalty and brand image.
Fuji Xerox Australia is committed to sustainability, both in terms of reducing our own environmental impacts, and helping our customers to do the same.
Find out how you can help your organisation on the path to a sustainable future that makes business sense.
References:  KPMG 2011
Every two years, the world’s information is doubling, with an estimated 1.8 zettabytes created and replicated annually. This means more and more time is required for employees to filter through information from multiple channels and formats, leading to decreased productivity and an increase in inefficient, manual processes. And although the amount of information being stored, shared and accessed electronically is increasing, the amount of paper we’re using also continues to grow.
A recent study found that respondents who had begun converting documents into electronic formats rated digitised documents as nearly 14 percent more effective than their counterparts that had no plans to digitise. This suggests that while the prospect of digitisation may be daunting to organisations, those that take the plunge are realising the benefits.
Find out how digitisation can help your employees work more effectively with documents, both on paper and in pixels.