John McIntyresqby John McIntyre

In Part 1 of this article we looked at the financial performance of the “new” Xerox following its Q2 financial results, which marked the second quarterly financial report since the company split itself in two on Jan. 1. The company explains it expects to see overall revenue improvement build toward the end of Q3, noting that it laid out a strategy at its most recent investor conference to weight its revenues over time to the growth areas of the market. But growing share in the channel is easier said than done. 

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