Scannx Signs Trademark Licensing Agreement with Xerox Corporation

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Scannx to develop, market and support a new line of Xerox-branded, self-service book scanning kiosks for library patrons and staff.

Xerox’s long tradition of providing document technology to libraries and education institutions is strengthened by our partnership with Scannx.

Scannx LLC today announced that it has signed a trademark licensing agreement with Xerox Corporation to develop, market and support a new line of Xerox-branded, self-service book scanning kiosks for library patrons and staff. As part of the four-year licensing agreement, Scannx will provide a comprehensive range of book-scanning systems under the Xerox brand that will be powered by Scannx Cloud Services, a cloud-based document capture and delivery software technology.

“Xerox’s long tradition of providing document technology to libraries and education institutions is strengthened by our partnership with Scannx.” said Duane Schulz, Xerox vice president of Brand and Marketing Operations. “These systems will let you scan a library book, document or photo and then easily store it to a USB flash drive, email it as an attachment, send it to Google Docs, fax it or print it.”
The kiosks will be distributed through Scannx sales channels in the United States, North America, Latin America and Europe during the first quarter of 2012.

“Scannx and Xerox share a commitment to innovation and providing public and private libraries with world-class products,” said John C. Dexter, Scannx president and chief operating officer.
Scannx, located in California and Georgia, is a world class developer of document capture and delivery software solutions. The management team has extensive expertise in developing easy-to-use, yet powerful document scanning solutions. Scannx has advanced its technology to the next generation of cloud-based architecture. For more information, please visit http://www.scannx.com.

The Scannx brand name and logo are registered trademarks. Xerox® and the sphere of connectivity design are trademarks of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.

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