Thursday, 30 January 2014 14:47

Fuji Xerox MFDs Connect to: Salesforce.com

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A new application for certain Fuji Xerox multifunction devices allows documents to be scanned directly into Salesforce.com or printed directly from the cloud CRM system.

The Fuji Xerox Connect to: for Salesforce allows the company's ApeosPort-IV and ApeosPort-V multifunction devices to scan directly to Salesforce.com without using a PC or other device as an intermediary.

It also enables the printing of documents stored in Salesforce.com directly from the MFD's touch screen.

The application works with the Enterprise, Unlimited and Developer editions of Salesforce.com.

"The Fuji Xerox Connect to: application can free up more time by reducing manual steps in uploading documents to one of the market leading CRMs, Salesforce," said Fuji Xerox Australia solution marketing manager for customer solution sales Antony Bauer.

"This is easily achieved directly from the intuitive user interface of a compatible Fuji Xerox multifunction device, giving our customers more time to focus on their core business."

A free 14-day trial is available from the Fuji Xerox Australia website.


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