Cleo Wins Xerox Partner of the Year Award for the 5th Consecutive Year
LOVES PARK, IL — Cleo, a leading provider of enterprise data integration solutions, proudly announces that it has been awarded the Xerox Outstanding Customer First/Service Support Partner of the Year Award for 2014.
Presented for excellence in customer and service support, this award recognizes the significant contribution of partners to the success of Xerox Corporation and its customers. Xerox has awarded a Partner of the Year award to Cleo for the past five years.
“Cleo is extremely honored to again receive this prestigious partner service award from Xerox Corporation,” said Mahesh Rajasekharan, Ph.D., CEO of Cleo. “This award underscores the depth of Cleo Streem® integration with Xerox multi-function products, providing our customers with highly productive solutions for their network fax and dynamic interactive messaging and communication engagement needs. The strategic partnership between Cleo and Xerox for more than a decade demonstrates a continued commitment to providing outstanding value to our joint customers.”
“Cleo and Xerox have invested in the development of a deep product integration that results in higher productivity for our joint customers, and a partner service honor for five consecutive years confirms our ongoing commitment,” said Joe Dupree, vice president of marketing at Cleo. “Our customers can execute their office processes and workflows easier while counting on the impressive reliability of the combined product set to get work done quickly and securely.”
Cleo, a member of the Xerox Business Innovation Program, has extended the capabilities of trusted office equipment the world relies on every day. Xerox works with hundreds of industry-leading software and hardware providers through its Business Innovation Partner Program to create integrated solutions that extend the capabilities of its products and services. Cleo Streem® helps automate and centralize workflows from Xerox multi-function printers, allowing customers to send, receive, store, and track communications.