At Canon, we have a wide range of hardware, software and market-leading Managed Document Services designed to improve your print and document efficiencies, and give you the ability to monitor and control costs. We’ll work closely with you to develop the solution to meet your needs.Read more about Canon's software and solutions:
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AGL Energy is Australia’s leading renewable energy business and as part of its Green Office Program it committed to reducing its paper consumption by 10%. In order to meet its commitments, AGL implemented Canon’s MDS solution, which saw the company save a staggering 1.3 million sheets of paper in the first six months.
“Canon is consistently over-achieving against its KPIs, but it’s the bigger picture benefits around our green program and making our staff more efficient and productive that’s really showing the value Canon adds.”
Owen CoppageCIO, AGL
, Canon imageRUNNER
When moving to a new office, Hyundai's IT department was tasked with ensuring all ICT elements maximised efficiency, security and environmental responsibility.
"People are seeing the benefits of the new print solution and are proud of their own role in reducing their environmental impact."
Kawa FaridNetwork Administrator, Hyundai
, uniFLOW, eMaintenance
A global leader in consumer electronics, LG has over 550 employees throughout Australia and New Zealand. Their ageing print fleet required an excessive level of management just to keep the devices up and running - and their IT team of four was run off their feet simply trying to keep up with maintenance.
“Canon’s solution not only freed up the IT department’s time, but is projected to save LG costs in rental and consumables and service calls."
Arthur JunSenior Systems Analyst, LG
A Canon customer since 2001, Linfox was consolidating its two head offices located in Clayton and on St Kilda Road into one new branch in Essendon Fields. As part of the migration Linfox looked to Canon, to streamline its print and document handling processes and reduce costs. Linfox also had internal energy efficiency targets to meet and identified its printing environment as a way to meet these goals. Canon deployed six imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5051 copiers and uniFLOW software to provide the organisation with a more cost-effective and flexible printing infrastructure.
"Linfox is committed to becoming a sustainable company and this was a key driver for our move to a five-star environmentally rated building in Essendon Fields. Working with the sustainability group, one of the goals is to reduce the amount of paper used in the office. Other initiatives include setting the office printers at default to double-sided, printing black and white and recycling toner cartridges."
Jacqui Vassallo Senior Procurement Officer, Linfox
, eCopy, eMaintenance
The Royal Automotive Club in Western Australia (RACWA) has over 700,000 members it provides with services in motoring, insurance, travel and finance. It is committed to being an environmentally sustainable corporate citizen - on the road and off. RACWA came to Canon for a sustainable, energy efficient print environment that would help it minimise waste.
“Canon recommended a solution that would save us up to 40 percent on printing costs over the life of the contract.”
John GilmoreLead Project Manager, Shared Services Projects, The Royal Automotive Club
, uniFLOW, imageRUNNER
Trilby Misso Lawyers wanted to explore new opportunities to improve workplace productivity, increase operational efficiencies and reduce costs.
"In addition to the significant workflow and security efficiencies, what impressed us was Canon’s clear, no-nonsense approach. As a company, we fully appreciate how the legal process can be very daunting for our clients, so we make it as clear as possible, using plain English at all times. Canon treated us in a similar way and it gave us great confidence."
Graeme McFadyen Chief Executive Officer, Trilby Misso Lawyers
16 Multifunctional Devices (MFDs)
, uniFLOW, Therefore Capture, eMaintenance
Yarra Valley Water had a large and ageing print fleet totalling 83 printers of which there were 32 different models from seven different vendors. Dealing with a complex inventory of product, redundant technology, as well as a high breakages rate meant that servicing was costly and took up considerable staff time.
"With such a complex and ageing fleet, we were not deploying elegant solutions and certainly were not operating an efficient and sustainable environment."
Craig Lindley IT Operations Manager, Yarra Valley Water