Canon New Zealand’s new printers improve reliability and productivity with an advanced design that merges seamlessly with today’s modern digital working environment.
The colour A3 multifunctional imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i Series enhance productivity with the introduction of next generation remote monitoring technology and intelligent document workflows to deliver greater efficiencies for businesses.
Building on Canon’s previous award winning range of A3 office printers, recognised for their outstanding reliability and superior ease of use, the new range makes even greater steps forward in usability.
Chris Maclean General Manager of Canon Business Solutions New Zealand said the printers are built on the award-winning imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform which incorporates next generation remote monitoring and maintenance capabilities.
“By enhancing the remote monitoring capability of the printers it greatly increases our ability to respond to customers more quickly and resolve issues faster than ever before. Ultimately these advancements mean there is a lower requirement for servicing.”
Mr Maclean said when an office printer was not working the impact on a business can be severe with work flow halted, deadlines being missed, and productivity stalled.
“By increasing the inherent reliability of these machines it means we can now remotely resolve issues meaning faster service and less downtime for customers.”
This series also launches with a new shared platform and is designed to be the core of digital business where imaging technology, cloud connectivity and mobile solutions seamlessly converge.
The next generation printers highlight the importance of keeping up with today’s ever changing digital world and the new devices will assist New Zealand businesses in delivering their digital transformation strategies.
The value of print for Canon customers lies in its ability to create, manage and share documents and information in a secure manner. This series of printers creates a true on ramp for digitisation for even the most document heavy businesses.
The new devices offer an intuitive user experience thanks to a large, responsive colour touchscreen which can be customised to meet the needs of individual users and businesses. The user interface will be consistent on all future imageRUNNER ADVANCE models, ensuring ease of use across an entire fleet.
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i series can be easily integrated with uniFLOW software, Canon’s comprehensive and scalable solution software platform for device, output management and smart scanning solutions for increased control.
Seamless integration with business applications and cloud ecosystems ensure that the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i series is instantly interoperable with existing processes and perfect for mobile working.
With information management an increasing priority for modern businesses, the imageRUNNER C5500i series is designed for digitisation. Rapid scanning captures paper-based data with ease while the intelligent devices come with the ability to scan and convert documents to Searchable PDF, Microsoft® Word, and Microsoft® PowerPoint files. A single-pass duplexing document feeder that holds up to 150 originals ensures seamless digitisation for even the most document heavy businesses.The imageRUNNER ADVANCE C5500i series is available in New Zealand now, in four models.
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