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Want $500? Easy - buy a printer from Fuji Xerox

16 Dec 16

With the launch of Fuji Xerox’s new Smart Multifunction Printers, it is clear that we have entered a new era of printing.

Now 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.

In addition to saving time and resources, you have the assurance of knowing that you have Fuji Xerox innovation and benchmark reliability at your fingertips to get the job done.

ApeosPort/DocuCentre VI Series are the new Smart Multifunction Printers that use Cloud Services, mobility and smart workflows to drive its productivity. Introducing a whole new way of working, this enables you to significantly boost both productivity and efficiency.

And if that wasn’t enough, to help you discover a smarter way of working, Fuji Xerox is now offering an exclusive online promotion. Put simply, you receive $500 Fuji Xerox trade credit with every series VI device purchased.

The promotion is only valid for online sales enquiries up until 31 March 2017, so don’t miss out.

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