Xerox Announces New Robotic Process Automation Offerings

New tools significantly accelerate client transition to process automation

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NORWALK, Conn.--()--Xerox (NYSE:XRX), a leader in diversified business process services, is enabling accelerated adoption of robotic process automation (RPA) services with the latest expansion of its automation software portfolio.

Automation has reached an inflection point in the business process outsourcing (BPO) industry where mature automation tools are now readily available to redesign routine, manual tasks –such as data entry – roles typically performed by humans who can now be re-deployed to higher value roles.

As more clients seek to accelerate their adoption of automation tools, Xerox’s new, packaged offerings enable faster deployment, scalability and time to value. The first tools of the automation package are being provided as part of the Xerox® ClearSight™ suite of products and include:

  • Xerox ClearSight™ Automated Intelligence
    Xerox developed this general purpose software to mimic human actions by routing or processing data based on specific rules. The software works with any data source (i.e. emails, spreadsheets) and can be programmed to perform simple routines to complex processes.

    This software creates a user interface or communication link that can read data entering a specific process through a business app, web app or contact center and can direct the data to the appropriate application or process.
  • Xerox ClearSight Case Management
    This robotic software controls the business process workflow plus what the users see on their computer screens, creating an easy-to-use, fully integrated product that can be deployed in various industries. For example, this software application can be used to train customer care agents and to help respond to callers’ inquiries. The application eliminates the need for extensive agent training on where to find the answers to common customer inquiries.

    When handling a call, the application knows where to retrieve the correct information while recording/logging information from the entire call for future calls. This tool organizes information by topic and delivers it to the agent’s touch screen as an icon for easy access. Agents can focus on callers instead of multiple software and legacy applications

“Xerox has long been a leader in process automation, supported with hundreds of client engagements and many decades of R&D. We’ve now made this experience more accessible and available for mainstream deployment across multiple industries,” said Sue Watts, chief operating officer, Xerox Global Capabilities. “Automation will drive profound change in how business processes are conducted while delivering tangible benefits – ranging from scalability to accuracy to cost.”

Watts said Xerox is embedding automation tools throughout its portfolio to support its full line of business -- from customer care centers, to finance and accounting processes to the healthcare sector. The company previously announced the benefits of workflow automation on its managed print services when it unveiled Xerox managed print services and workflow automation services.

Automation tools are already being applied with several clients, including:

  • Horizon Healthcare Services, Inc.
    To improve the accuracy of claim transactions for New Jersey’s oldest and largest health insurer, Xerox Automated Intelligence was used to make enhancements to the claim coding system, which helped to minimize errors and achieve an accuracy rate exceeding 98%.
  • State of New Mexico Medicaid
    The Xerox Case Management software was introduced to the customer care center that receives calls from Medicaid beneficiaries. The tool allows customer care agents to focus on callers’ inquiries and concerns rather than administrative tasks such as documenting the details and background for the inquiry.

“Our focus on automation will allow us to deliver improved productivity, expanded margins and efficiencies to client operations while allowing staff to be redeployed to pursue creative and innovative solutions to business challenges,” said Watts. “We’re integrating robotic tools with human users so they work side-by-side – and that changes how work is done.”

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About Xerox

Xerox is a global business services, technology and document management company helping organizations transform the way they manage their business processes and information. Headquartered in Norwalk, Conn., we have more than 140,000 Xerox employees and do business in more than 180 countries. Together, we provide business process servicesprinting equipment, hardware and software technology for managing information -- from data to documents. Learn more at

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Release Summary

Xerox is accelerating the use of robotic automation services by deploying proprietary tools that redesign how governments and large corporations process a growing amount of data.


Kevin Lightfoot, +1-214-841-8191