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. Now ASIC is ready to move to enterprise-wide scanning – an electronic data management system to store all its corporate documents. See how the new system has made working much easier.
When Servcorp’s print environment showed signs of failure they sought to find a solution and turn things around. Servcorp's Mal Sanders tells the story.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
David Leong, Director of Information Technology at Arnold Bloch Leibler, shows how document security and productivity can go hand in hand.
When Redlands College rolled out mobile devices across the school, their innovative approach to teaching was met with unexpected challenges.
Increasing technical issues forced Bauer Media to reassess its office print needs. Simon Wheeler, Chief Information Officer at Bauer tells the story.
Kawa Farid, Hyundai’s Network Administrator, shares how their new print environment has radically and positively changed the attitudes of its people and the office environment.
When consolidating head offices, Linfox also streamlined its print and document handling processes and reduce costs. See how it changed their business.
Portside Christian College revolutionised and future-proofed its print environment, installing Canon multifunctional devices, a production print press and scanner, together with uniFLOW software.
Frankston Toyota’s customers are enjoying more personal service since the installation of Canon multifunction devices using Therefore. Plus, the company is ready for the future.
With print waste filling 3 x 200 litre bins every day at St Francis Xavier College Canberra, a more efficient, cost effective print environment was a high priority. Canon’s Uniflow was the solution.