Canon's New Theory of Business

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Canon's New Theory of Business


Innovation is the order of the day for the technology world. Look at the latest computers - they now sport touchscreen interface, processors getting more powerful, memory and storage getting bigger, monitor screens from CRT, LCD to LED and many more. The same thing goes for printers, while we still have the single printers - multifuntional printers are becoming more and more popular now.Printers that act as a printer, scanner, fax, and copier are called multifunction printers (MFP) or multifunction devices (MFD). But to me, having a multifunction device without a solution is nothing. For companies to benefit from these advancements, MFDs should blends hardware, software and services to help advance modern business environments.Canon Philippines recently launced their latest imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series (C5051 / C5045) that will help seamlessly bridge the distance between user and multifunction printer (MFP) to transform and advance one’s business and digital communications. The new imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series is designed to address the ever-growing needs of users, administrators and business decision makers to better manage and customize workflows, while accomplishing more tasks in less time and achieving higher levels of quality.“The new imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series is a game-changer that will exceed customers’ expectations. These new solutions will help increase the productivity of ‘knowledge workers’ through greater efficiency and simplified workflow, while producing consistent high-quality color and black-and-white output” said Mr. Jojo Bolima, Director of Canon business imaging solutions division.

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