The role that digital print hardware, software and solution offerings can play in helping businesses on their path to digital transformation – ranging from security through to sustainability – will be some of the key themes addressed on Xeretec’s stand D4 at the Dublin Tech Summit, on 18 – 19 April 2018, at the Convention Centre Dublin.

The summit presents an opportunity for visitors to the Xeretec stand to see and experience its range of data-driven measurement tools and software offerings designed to support print assessments, device and user analytics. These include Xeretec Pulse, which provides detailed device analytics, and Xeretec Vision which helps to easily identify inefficiencies in an organisation’s print environment. In turn, this can help to identify solutions or managed print requirements that will help to maximise efficiency and productivity.

Xeretec will also demonstrate its innovative, in-house developed apps, the Xeretec Support Application Suite. The suite of apps has been developed to provide immediate, on-device, next generation support for users of Xerox A3 iSeries firmware devices.

With GDPR front-of-mind for many companies, Xeretec will also outline how the intelligent print management solutions it offers, combined with the knowledge and guidance of its experienced consultants, can help organisations honour their GDPR and other security-related obligations from a print and document workflow perspective. These range from secure print solutions – which help prevent sensitive documents from being left unclaimed on print devices – to print audit, tracking and redaction capabilities. To further help companies on their path to compliance, Xeretec has created a series of Meet the Experts blogs that provide an organisation-wide perspective on the subject, providing advice and knowledge.

As more companies move core applications to cloud-based models to take advantage of lower costs, increased flexibility and enhanced security, Xeretec will also show versatile cloud computing applications designed to simplify the sharing of electronic documents. Xeretec’s Scan to One Drive App for instance, can accelerate the pace at which documents are captured, shared and stored, driving both security and visibility, thanks to a detailed audit trail.

Commenting on its presence at the 2018 Dublin Tech Summit, Tom Cleare, General Manager, Xeretec Ireland, said: “The Dublin Tech Summit is an excellent platform for business of all sizes to learn more about the technology solutions that can help them drive collaboration, productivity and efficiency. That’s particularly true of document workflows as they increasingly underpin and connect many different departments and applications within a business. Therefore, organisations should ensure that how they capture, store and share physical and electronic documents is done as efficiently and securely as possible.”

Xeretec has 16 facilities across the UK and Ireland (including sales offices and operational facilities) and approximately 100 sales staff. Further to this, the Scotland and Southern organisation joined forces when they came together to operate as one entity in September 2017. Follow Xeretec on Twitter or follow its regularly updated series of print industry related blogs.

Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport and Mobile tech. A fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Nokia/Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top ranking,Working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show, Cavan TV and on TRT WORLD. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.

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