Portside Christian College revolutionised and future-proofed its print environment, installing Canon multifunctional devices, a production print press and scanner, together with uniFLOW software.
Operating in an increasingly generic market was not an option for Creffields. To differentiate its services, the company boosted colour capacity with 5 Canon imagePROGRAF printers. It worked.
Introducing bespoke Florence Broadhurst wallpapers to a global market, demanded a commercial approach to production. Canon’s Océ ColorWave 700 wide-format printer provided the perfect solution.
Deakin University’s digital print shop turns out 6,500 jobs each year. A strong partnership with Canon ensures the shop maximises productivity by using state-of-the-art print technology and supplies.
Administration of long service benefits for the construction industry was streamlined, accuracy enhanced and resources optimised when QLeave engaged Canon to implement an automated document system.
Cook Medical Japan met escalating demand by collaborating with Canon to customise IRIS Xtract, a platform that classifies documents, extracts complex data & transfers it to business applications.
ACP’s acquisition of Bauer Media triggered a reassessment of the office print environment. Using Canon’s Managed Document Service Bauer analysed needs then installed uniFLOW to maximise efficiencies.
When Servcorp went in search of an integrated printing solution to meet the needs of 140 serviced and virtual offices in 23 countries, Canon had the ultimate solution for the property services giant.
David Clarke, Snap Centre franchisee, needed to deliver traditional offset excellence with the speed and benefits of digital production. Canon’s imagePRESS C800 with PRISMAsync workflow did the trick.
Astrid Hayes gave her Snap franchise a boost when she replaced an ageing printer with Océ ColorWave 700 from Canon. Big possibilities in print opened new doors for her business.
When ThomsonAdsett swapped its ageing print environment for Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5035 MFDs and uniFLOW, the national architectural practice minimised its environmental impact and saved.