HiTouch Business Services
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Thursday, September 03, 2015  08:00 PM

The largest union of property service workers in the US corporate headquarters and administrative offices selected HiTouch and Xerox to update the organizations internal printing assets and systems. A key factor in the decision was an onsite department by department assessment conducted by HiTouch’s Alan Stromfeld and a representative from Xerox over the course of several weeks that included loading new print auditing software on the client’s network and interviewing end user departments.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014  08:00 AM

Data is empowering better workplace decisions, and technology is delivering better workplace utilization.  “This program is a great opportunity to learn how readily deployable technology can help your organization understand in real time how your entire workplace is being utilized” . . .

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