Xerox partnered with STAPLES in 1991 to provide copy and printing services for consumers and business customers. The Copy & Print Centres operate as full service print shops in more than 310 STAPLES locations throughout Canada.
"To deliver advanced printing solutions requires exceptional vendor-partner relationships," said Pete Gibel, Vice President of Merchandising, STAPLES Canada. "Xerox's brand and reputation are second to none within the industry - from their extensive product and document management portfolio, to an incomparable history of understanding customer need and output requirements. They were an obvious selection for our 2009 Vendor of Choice - not only for the work they've done this year - but for the value they've brought to our business since the partnership began."
Xerox won the award based on three key performance factors:
- Improved uptime of the STAPLES equipment fleet
- Exceptional training and support for STAPLES Copy & Print associates
- Effective management of new equipment roll out, resulting in minimal disruption for STAPLES staff and customers
About STAPLES Canada
Founded in Toronto in 1991, STAPLES Canada Inc. is Canada's largest everyday low price supplier of office supplies, business machines, office furniture and business services for the small business and home office customer. The chain operates stores in all Canadian provinces under the banners STAPLES and Bureau en GrosMC. Marketing Magazine's Marketing/Leger 2008 Corporate Reputation Survey ranked STAPLES Canada/Bureau en Gros number one among Canada's top 100 companies surveyed. The company employs over 13,500 associates serving customers through more than 300 office superstores, catalogue, and e-commerce. STAPLES Canada/Bureau en Gros is committed to making shopping easy by offering customers three convenient ways to shop: online, by catalogue and in-store. More information is available at www.staples.ca.
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