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Xerox Holdings Corporation: SMB Expansion And Software Growth Key To Company Success Into 2022

May 02, 2021 11:13 AM ETXerox Holdings Corporation (XRX)NCR7 Comments
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  • Turning XFS into a global business payment platform will help Xerox turn around its fortunes into 2022.
  • Slow procession back to the office due to Covid-19 may make XRX not to actualize the $500 million free cash flow into the year.
  • A grasp of the Canadian SMB market is a key step to expanding the AI/virtual services growth post-Fuji-Xerox.
  • Separating XFS and other IoT software solutions will help Xerox to drive revenue and expand in the long run.

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Xerox Holdings Corporation (NASDAQ:XRX), the global print and digitization powerhouse, plans to return to growth in 2022 by offering differentiated opportunities to small and mid-sized businesses ("SMBs"). While focusing on cash flow and

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