Xerox Holdings Corp. told HP Inc. investors that a tie-up between the two would allow for $1 billion to $1.5 billion in potential revenue growth over three years.
The printer and photocopier maker said that a cash-and-stock combination will offer about $31 per share in implied value on a pro forma basis. The combined company is expected to deliver free cash flow of more than $4 billion in the first year, before any synergies.
Xerox engaged directly with the investors of HP, which has rejected the former's $33.5 billion offer twice saying the price undervalued HP.
The merged company is projected to generate at least $2 billion of incremental run-rate cost synergies within 24 months, which could drive further investment and innovation, Xerox added.