Pulse Data Centre has welcomed business solutions provider Fuji Xerox Business Centre Toowoomba to the centre, in a further vote of confidence in Pulse’s ability to facilitate business growth. Since its founding in 1990, Fuji Xerox Business Centre Toowoomba (Fuji Xerox BC) has grown to become the region’s leader in photocopier, multi-function print devices and document management systems and solutions, servicing clients from the Lockyer Valley in the east to Cunnamulla in the west and Goondiwindi in the south. Pulse Data Centre will enable Fuji Xerox BC’s growth through providing its state-of-the-art data centre solutions, designed to support a range of corporate and government customers from the local, state and national level to global giants. Welcoming the latest arrival to the centre, Pulse Data Centre’s General Manager, John Henderson said it demonstrated the centre’s ability to service leading digital businesses for the benefit of clients. “Fuji Xerox BC is showing rapid growth, requiring safe and secure solutions for data storage,” Mr Henderson said. “Pulse is delighted to help the business with such a critical activity, reflecting the data centre’s position as a leading regional provider of highly resilient, Tier III Uptime capacity offering scalability, security and sustainability for clients.” Fuji Xerox BC’s Len Townsing said Pulse’s service offering made it an ideal provider for the business’ needs. This included new solutions such as its artificial intelligence (AI)-backed labour automation gateway service, “DocFX API CommQ,” a multichannel communications and data extraction gateway. “This new gateway has allowed us to bring data extraction and data entry automation to all sizes of businesses without the need for expensive on-premise solutions,” he explained. “This approach now makes previously cost-prohibitive corporate automation solutions accessible to SMEs. For example, a common accounts payable data extraction and data entry process can now be accessed for a third of the traditional cost of an on-premise solution.” Mr Townsing also pointed to the ability to automate functions such as debtor collections via SMS, email or print notification, a common task that can be enhanced with AI assistance. “With the extension of our AI service offerings, we needed a secure facility with high availability uptime, local presence and most importantly a partner in growth and that is exactly what Pulse delivers,” he said. ”Moving our data services to Pulse comes at a perfect time for our business, as we have taken the opportunity to completely refresh our hardware. We are also strong supporters of local business and partnering with Pulse made sense by keeping our skills and money local, in our own Darling Downs’ version of Silicon Valley.” He added: “The future between now and the next five years will see businesses becoming more efficient through fully automated integrations. We are part of that future here in Toowoomba and we are excited about it.” Fuji Xerox BC is the latest company to take advantage of Pulse’s service offering since the $40 million centre’s official opening in April 2018, with Pulse working closely to support all levels of government and business from around the world. “Customers ranging from leading financial institutions, government to global giants can take advantage of the centre’s flexible offerings, from single racks to extensive private suites, protected by a fully integrated video, building and rack access security system,” Mr Henderson added. “We look forward to working closely with Fuji Xerox BC and other leading businesses to connect Australia wide and internationally.”
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April 28, 2020