Xerox will provide technology, software and process reengineering in the University’s four print operations across Indiana – encompassing 60,000 students and more than 10,000 faculty.
Working with Xerox, Purdue will utilize personalization software to produce more impactful documents; they will also enhance the user experience with web-based ordering.
“We’re in the business of higher education, not printing. That being said, documents are critical to our institution, from course packets and recruitment materials to alumni correspondence,” said Robert Wynkoop, managing director, office of executive vice president for business services and finance, Purdue University. “Partnering with Xerox is the practical way to transform our print function.”