- “If something can't be done with X-S (excess), then it shouldn't be done at all.”
- ―Chairman L.C. Clench
The Hostess in the introductory video states the company grew from a small manufacturing plant on an alien world into the number one provider of various technologies including teleportation. The company has been criticized for investing interest in Earth solely for profit and for putting "sales before science", but chairman Clench assures it's the company's "responsibility" to help less advanced cultutres improve their technology and that "profit is merely a byproduct".
In the attraction, which takes place at the fictional Tomorrowland Interplanetary Convention Center, X-S is demonstrating its latest endeavor in teleportation technology. Unfortunately, when the company's chairman, L. C. Clench, decides to have himself teleported into the test chamber, the teleportation signal is disrupted, and a malevolent alien creature is teleported into the chamber instead.
The alien then escapes into the audience, wreaking havoc. Afterwards, the technicians operating the demonstration manage to get the creature in the tube and teleport it back to where it came from.
In Invasion! An Alien Encounter at DisneyQuest, XS-Tech provides assistance to the colonist rescue mission by offering their X-S 5000 Rescue Unit to the cause.
- As Alien Encounter is meant to an homage and pastiche to the Alien franchise, X-S Tech is the ride's equivalent of Weyland-Yutani.
- Since the attractions removal, XS-Tech has been referenced in other attractions
- Stitch's Great Escape still has XS-Tech brand teleportation tubes
- XS-Tech advertisements played on the screen of the Tomorrowland Stage introduced for Stitch's Supersonic Celebration
- An invoice signed by Chairman Clench can be seen in the office of The Collector in Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout