Activ is an organisation that continues to grow and improve the choices and freedom of those living with disability.
Whether you need a small parcel delivered, or large mining machinery transported, Brown’s Express can provide. With their business based around paper consignment notes, they needed to find a simple way to digitise all of their crucial paperwork.
Government body ASIC had some tough goals to achieve when it came to sustainability.
Hallmark Homes needed to scan and archive their records so they could access them easily and shred the originals. Therefore was the answer.
Goldengrove Building Group was experiencing rapid growth and were drowning in paperwork. They needed an accounting solution that was electronic and secure.
At Coffs Harbour City Council on the Mid North Coast of NSW, the community’s vision is for a connected, sustainable and thriving future. Their aim is to support our community’s wellbeing and prosperity, while helping it transition into a sustainable and dynamic regional centre.
How Servcorp is reaping the benefits of standardised state-of-the-art technology
Fusun Batey, National Brand Manager of the co-working space group Christie Spaces explains how the company transformed from just offering office spaces to inspiring a sense of community amongst its members.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
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.
An expanding business meant outsourcing print was no longer cost effective for DKS Consulting Engineers. Installing a Canon Multi-Function Printer was the solution – the ROI was massive.
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.
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.
David Leong, Director of Information Technology at Arnold Bloch Leibler, shows how document security and productivity can go hand in hand.
Faced with increasing network pressure and costs, ACO Polycrete engaged Canon to customise a scalable print environment with Multifunction Devices, Laser Printers, uniFLOW Software & eCopy ShareScan.
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