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There is more to this printer than meets the eye, $500 more

Today, we work in a way previous generations could only dream about, always on the move, uploading, downloading sharing content in the cloud and using apps for practically everything.

The Fuji Xerox ApeosPort/DocuCentre VI is a new 8th generation multifunctional device and it works like you do.

No matter where you are, you get more done in less time. 

The ApeosPort/DocuCentre VI multifunctional device streamlines processes by automating common business tasks and connecting them to regular applications, cloud services and document workflows.

The device also offers the highest print productivity for its class, up to 70 pages per minute.

With this device you have the freedom to work in the most efficient and productive way, powering through each working day, managing documents at every stage from creation to printing and scanning, copying or faxing and emailing.

If that wasn’t enough, to help you discover a smarter way of working, Fuji Xerox is now offering an exclusive online promotion. 

You will receive a bonus $500 trade credit with every ApeosPort/DocuCentre VI leased or purchased.

To find out how to claim your $500 fill in your details below.

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