3 NOVEMBER 2022
On Monday 31 October Stationers' Hall was delighted to welcome the shortlisted entries for the Innovation Excellence Awards. These formed an exhibition prior to the lunch after which the awards were announced.
Xerox was named Innovator of the Year for its revolutionary way of creating spare parts for everything from warships to washing machines. Its Xerox ElemX 3D printer uses liquid metal to produce parts on demand, where and when they are needed thus reducing costs and avoiding supply chain disruptions.
Xerox also won the award In the Business Process category. Winners in other categories were:
Customer Experience: Cengage Learning, which offers students 24/7 access to thousands of textbooks, courses and digital products.
Marketing including Communications: Class Professional Publishing for CFR Plus, an app which guides first responders attending medical emergencies.
Product Design: TTS for Kitt the Learning Companion, a desktop robot which allows children to access personalised resources and record evidence of learning.
Service Development: Ricoh UK for Ricoh Supervisor, which analyses real-time data to help businesses get greater efficiency and cost savings from their printers.
Start-Ups: A-dapt International for their Adaptive-media Interview Coach, which guides young people in the skills and confidence needed in job interviews.
To see the press release click here.
In the photo you can see the Master presenting the Innovator of the Year award to Xerox UK Managing Director, Darren Cassidy.