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Fuji Xerox recognized for contributions to Vietnam's economic development

Released at: 11:11, 20/04/2017 Vietnam golden dragon awards & Vietnam Excellent Brand Awards

Fuji Xerox recognized for contributions to Vietnam's economic development

representative receiving the Golden Dragon Award. Photo: Fuji Xerox

With the leading market share in Vietnam from 2013 to 2016, Fuji Xerox Vietnam has provided a variety of multifunctional devices suitable for the print volumes of every company.

by Chi Lan

Fuji Xerox Vietnam (FXV) has received a prestigious Golden Dragon Award for its excellent business performance in 2016. The Awards, presented annually by Vietnam Economic Times, honor foreign-invested enterprises that have made significant contributions to Vietnam’s economic development.

In 2016, even though Vietnam’s economy faced many difficulties, technology continued growing and evolving, especially the trend towards mobility in the working environment. In light of the needs and demand in this market, FXV introduced a new multifunctional device series with many new features in order to change the working style of customers and be suitable for a dynamic workplace. The DocuCentre VI C series - first cloud service-integrated multifunctional device - and the Smart Work Gateway Concept were launched in December 2016 and opened up many possibilities for businesses.

Holding the leading market share in Vietnam for four consecutive years, from 2013 to 2016, FXV has offered a variety of multifunctional devices suitable for the print volumes of every company.

Since its establishment in 2010, Fuji Xerox Vietnam has been committed to contributing to the development of a sustainable society through diverse and significant community engagement initiatives. In 2016, it cooperated with the Loreto Kids Charity and the Saigon Children’s Charity to provide better education access to 300 children in An Giang province with a school renovation project and disadvantaged children in Tra Vinh, Tay Ninh and Tien Giang provinces as well as Ho Chi Minh City’s Can Gio district through a bicycle delivery project. In 2017, FXV and Save the Children launched the inaugural “For the Children of Tomorrow” learning materials project, to deliver innovative, value-based learning materials to underprivileged children in remote areas in central and northern Vietnam. The long-term project has reached out to 2,000 children with limited access to education.

With a commitment to help tackling social issues while growing its business, FXV will continue to bring about changes for a better community in the areas where it operates.

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