WASHINGTON, D.C. - Xerox Corporation, a Fortune 500 company headquartered in Norwalk, Connecticut, has been approved has been approved for membership in the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), the USUBC executive committee announced today on behalf of the entire USUBC membership of over 160 companies and organizations who have business operations, investments or other development programs in Ukraine.

For more than a half a century, Xerox has been a leader in document technology and services. As a $22 billion company and through their acquisition of Affiliated Computer Services (ACS), they are now the world’s leading enterprise for business process and document management, offering global services from claims reimbursement and automated toll transaction to customer care centers and HR benefits management. The rapidly expanding Xerox is dedicated to innovation, service and giving our customers the freedom to focus on what matters most: your real business.

Xerox has 136,000 employees in 160 countries including Ukraine. They extend their global reach through wholly-owned subsidiaries of regional office technology dealers, as well as more than 6,500 authorized sales agents and concessionaires and about 10,000 technology resellers.

Xeroxhas been very active on the Ukrainian market for many years providing the latest document technology. They have had a large and aggressive sales and training program. Alex Remez became the General Manager for Xerox Ukraine in early 2011. Alex grew up in Ukraine and has worked for Xerox for several years. He was most recently the General Manager for Xerox in Israel.

"Alex has plans to substantiallyincrease the Xerox program in Ukraine according to what he explained in our recent meeting in Kyiv," said Morgan Williams, Director, Government Affairs, Washington Office, SigmaBleyzer Private Equity Investment Management Group, who serves as President of the U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC).

"USUBC is very pleased to have such an outstanding, large and well-knownU.S. company as a new member. Alex said their new acquisition company (ACS) also plans to be active in Ukraine and has already been exploring opportunities in Ukraine. USUBC looks forward to working with Alex and the Xerox team in Ukraine," Williams said.

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The U.S.-Ukraine Business Council (USUBC), founded in 1995 in Washington, D.C., now has over one-hundred sixty members. Membership in January of 2005 was eight, in January of 2007 was 22, reached 100 by January of 2009 and topped 150 in January of 2011. The complete list of USUBC members can be found at: http://www.usubc.org/members.php. For a list of the USUBC board of directors go to the following link: http://www.usubc.org/site/u-s-ukraine-business-council-board-of-directors.