This article was originally published on Edwin’s brand new blog, http://daas.blog This is an interview from 2014, the year Xtandit celebrated its 25th anniversary. To be honest, it’s still current and alive.
Photizo Group has selected 11 independent, channel partners around the world as leaders in managed print services (MPS), based on demonstrated leadership in MPS.
IMPSGA Member Xtandit shines at Global 2016 MPSA MPS ceremony and scoops 2 awards.
Dear Partner, We have great news! Xtandit has acquired the customer portfolio from the DH Group Netherlands in Alkmaar and Eindhoven. We are delighted to share this news with our business partners straight away!
Julien Guerrand – IMPSGA Community manager: Elco, can you explain present yourself and your job at Xtandit?Elco Verkleij: My name is Elco, I work at Xtandit since May 2005. I started in a sales role, later I worked on project management and since 3,5 years I am responsible for services operations. The department Services operations
Based on demonstrated thought leadership and execution of best practices, Photizo Group selected 13 independent, channel partners who were determined to be among the best in the world. Each partner program was thoroughly examined, and aggregate results are indexed to serve as a tangible set of benchmarks.
Xtandit, one of Europe’s most successful and innovative managed print and IT services companies have today become Foxway’s latest partner.
With this acquisition we have strengthened our position as the largest business partner of Xerox in the Netherlands. This is great for us, and is certainly beneficial to our clients. It also means that we have new high-quality technical knowledge and skills in house. In addition, our committed team is now stronger and we have
The bustling town of Woerden is a place as famous for its Gouda cheese as it is for being a commuter hub between larger Netherlands cities like Amsterdam, Rotterdam and The Hague. Adding to its charm, Woerden also happens to be home to Xtandit, one of Europe’s most successful — and progressive — managed print