ASIC reduces costs and makes it easy
When a survey highlighted the need to improve ASIC’s print-related customer services, the corporate watchdog decided to take a whole-of-organisation approach to its print environment.
ASIC worked with Canon to replace its large, ageing and disparate print fleet, reducing the overall number of printers from 182 to 120. Old hardware was replaced with multifunction devices capable of scanning and archiving, and configured with finishing capabilities. The new system increased printer uptime, improved document security, and saved time and money. It also meant ASIC could better monitor its printer activity, which helped save more money and reduce its environmental impact.
Now ASIC is ready to move to enterprise-wide scanning - an electronic data management system to store all its corporate documents.
The new system has made working much easier at ASIC.
Brett Houghton, Head of Technology and Innovation at St Ignatius’ College, Riverview, explains how Canon inspired the school to embrace the latest in digital technologies.
Rangitoto College focuses on putting together great teachers with great students. They strive to deliver a world class education experience by providing the right resources, facilities and the freedom to get on with learning. They wanted a technology partner who was able to share their vision, help them deliver the best learning experiences and provide pathways for future growth.
Albany Junior High School’s principal Stephen Kendall-Jones is proud of the future-focused and positive social environment his school offers. Being ‘future-focused’ is one of the reasons Canon were the perfect partner, bringing a solid understanding of education and state-of-the-art equipment together, to provide the ultimate learning experience for the students. Stephen believes that by providing an interactive, hands-on experience you can engage students at a deeper level.
Faced with a deluge of information, ACO Polycrete’s print network was under increasing pressure and rising costs.
Government body ASIC had some tough goals to achieve when it came to sustainability.
At Coffs Harbour City Council on the Mid North Coast of NSW, our community’s vision is for a connected, sustainable and thriving future. Our aim is to support our community’s wellbeing and prosperity, while helping it transition into a sustainable and dynamic regional centre.
Increasing technical issues forced Bauer Media to reassess its office print needs. Simon Wheeler, Chief Information Officer at Bauer tells the story.
Environmental sustainability is a priority for the Royal Automotive Club in Western Australia. Canon Multifunction Devices, uniFLOW, eCopy and eMaintenance provided the perfect print solution.
Primary teachers at Grace Lutheran Primary School have embraced a flexible new print environment that integrates Canon imageRUNNER Multifunctional Devices and uniFLOW software.
A complex array of printers and lease arrangements, the hangover of amalgamations, was resolved when Canon installed multifunction devices, a production print press, scanner, uniFLOW & eMaintenance.
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.