Xerox business before pleasure
Barbados Business Machines brought local information technology professionals together for a cocktail reception at Hilton Barbados recently to showcase The Real Business Life.
It was an occasion designed for Xerox operations manager Pedro Miraben to outline the benefits of the state-of-the-art equipment that the company is supplying to BBM.
Miraben told BARBADOS BUSINESS AUTHORITY: “This is all about how we, through BBM, bring services, technology and solutions to general business so they can increase their productivity in a secure way, reducing costs without compromising quality services to the customer.”
Barbados Business Machines general manager George Connolly said he was delighted to have the elite Xerox team from Miami, where the Xerox Distributor Group is based, come to Barbados for the event.
Referring to The Real Business Life concept, he said: “The real business life is basically a way for us to engage clients directly. We take care of the document-management side and we allow companies to take care of their core business.” (GC)
Here, Louisa Nurse (left), student services assistant at the University of the West Indies (UWI), Cave Hill Campus, UWI secretary Cynthia Spooner (centre), and Natalie Lewis, account executive with Productive Business Solutions.