Fuji Xerox Australia has established a new business division aiming to provide customers with an end-to-end guide through their technology transformation.
The new IT services and enterprise software division will provide managed IT services, cloud and hosting services, and enterprise content management software (CMS).
More specifically, Fuji Xerox Australia said its enterprise CMS is expected to help businesses to collaborate and manage paper and digital communications. The company added that its managed IT services will include Infrastructure-as-a-Service, Platform-as-a-Service, Desktop-as-a-Service, and Software-as-a-Service to help streamline end-user computing, network and security support, server and database management, and IT asset management.
Brian Pereira, general manager of IT services and enterprise software at Fuji Xerox Australia, said the establishment of the division comes as a result of the company recognising the increasing demand from clients looking for end-to-end solutions to help them through their technology transformation.
"With this suite of services, Fuji Xerox Australia can provide flexibility to small and medium enterprises and government with a pay-for-use model," he said.
"This alleviates the need for our customers to plan capacity and business growth now and potentially sacrifice the ability to scale later down the track. Instead, Fuji Xerox Australia technology and systems can be configured to flex and suit our clients' businesses individually, as and when change is required," she said.
According to the company, it has been providing some of these services to the market already, including customers such as Canberra Grammar School.
In July, the company secured a AU$33 million eight-year contract with the South Australian government to help bring the state's property administration system online. As part of the contract, the company will be configuring a solution it initially developed for the Northern Territory government during the early 1990s to conduct a similar project.