Cloud Print Specialist Y Soft Inks New Deal With Xerox

By Chris Preimesberger  |  Posted 2016-05-24 Print this article Print

Xerox selected Y Soft SafeQ as its solution for subscription services in the Xerox Secure Print Manager Suite.

Cloud-print management provider Y Soft has expanded its partnership with Xerox, as the world's most recognizable copier maker expands its own footprint in the IT services world.

In an announcement made May 23, Xerox selected YSoft SafeQ as its solution for subscription services in the Xerox Secure Print Manager Suite. Customers who purchase the suite or its modules receive print management software powered by Y Soft.

More than 14,000 customers worldwide use YSoft SafeQ as their enterprise IT provider for reducing costs of business printing, copy and scanning; increasing document security and improving productivity. As a platform, YSoft SafeQ offers print management, document capture and workflow and 3D printers integrated with print management and accounting.

Y Soft, with headquarters in Dallas and Brno, Czech Republic, is an enterprise print management solutions company founded in 2000. The company also has offices in France, Hungary, Israel, the U.K., United Arab Emirates, Japan, Singapore and Australia.

Y Soft also released facts and figures on its growth, global customer base and year-to-date fiscal 2016 revenue. The company’s FY2016 data on current customer and revenue breakdowns by region shows:

-- Twenty-three percent of the Fortune Global 500 use YSoft SafeQ. These companies represent automotive, building/construction, financial services, food/consumer products, healthcare and insurance, mining/oil production, pharmaceutical, telecom and utilities industries.

-- Y Soft is truly a global company with customers on every continent. Although based in the Czech Republic, the company exports more than 98 percent to over 120 countries.

-- While Europe and Central Europe provide 58 percent of the company's fiscal year 2016 revenue (31 and 27 percent, respectively), the remaining revenue is split evenly—15 percent each—between North America/Latin America and the Asia Pacific Region. The Middle East/Africa revenue represents 12 percent.

Chris Preimesberger

Chris Preimesberger is Editor of Features & Analysis at eWEEK. twitter: @editingwhiz


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