NORWALK, CONN. — Xerox on Friday reported quarterly revenues of $5.03 billion, or 31 cents adjusted diluted earnings per share, compared with revenue of $5.21 billion and 27 cents per share for the same period a year ago.
For all of 2014, the company reported earnings per share of $1.07 on revenue of $19.54 billion, compared with $1.04 and $20 billion in 2013, a press release from the company stated.
The company recently entered into an agreement to sell its Information Technology Outsourcing business to the French company Atos S.E. for $1 billion in order to focus on its faster-growing units. Xerox recently bought Consilience Software, a health-care case-management software provider used by government agencies.
As of late 2014, Xerox employed more than 2,500 people in its Lexington call center operations, making it one of the city's largest employers.