Business Case Studies
Every business is unique, with their own pain-points and challenges. Canon’s Case Studies show how we’ve been able to help businesses just like yours to get back to doing what they do best.
When world leading photographer Yervant Zanazanian needed to boost production capacity he installed Canon’s imagePROGRAF iPF5100 and iPF8300. Now he’s regained quality control and reduced his costs.
Following the 2020 lockdown, awarded wedding photographers Jim and Vicky Pollard set up their printing and framing service in Rangiora, New Zealand. Learn how the Canon imagePROGRAF powers their workshop, Trip Point.
Learn how Whānau Āwhina Plunket are working smarter with Canon's cloud printing solutions.
The Waipa District Council has found in the Mondopad the all-in-one solution their staff needed to connect, share and work together on ideas in the same streamlined interface.
Local governments transforming the way they work with interactive technology.
Learn how Canon helps the Simpson Grierson law firm to securely print and scan, as well as easily access and retrieve crucial documents at any of their three locations around New Zealand.
Precinct Property chose to partner with Canon and its subsidiary Converga, leaders in Business Process Outsourcing, to design, build and implement state-of-the-art on-site managed print, mail and courier services centre for its flagship success: Commercial Bay.
Canon Business Services helped take this large business from handling paper mail bags full of invoices to an electronic invoice processing system that saved time and costs.
When dealing with a large number of documents that fall into the intellectual property category reliability and trust is a necessity. Canon’s technology, expertise and hands-on approach to a smooth transition, provided AJ Park a robust, no-fuss solution that didn’t interfere with their busy schedules.
Finlayson Park School is finding new ways to communicate with their many students, share broadcasts with parents and inform the community. The school is achieving this through Interactive boards within the classroom and a large outdoor digital display at the heart of the school.
Home to one of New Zealand’s favourite ski areas, Cardrona Alpine Resort boasts a range of winter and summer alpine adventure activities, attracting Olympic athletes and families alike.
Portside Christian College revolutionised and future-proofed its print environment, installing Canon multifunctional devices, a production print press and scanner, together with uniFLOW software.
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.
Victoria's Highview College has made innovative use of the Canon imagePROGRAF PRO4000 wide format printer, fueling the creativity of students in both their art and drama departments.
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. Enquire today.
Government body ASIC had some tough goals to achieve when it came to sustainability.
When Redlands College rolled out mobile devices across the school, their innovative approach to teaching was met with unexpected challenges.
After 30 years of providing house and land packages, Hallmark Homes had amassed a staggering amount of paperwork.
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.
How Christie Spaces transformed from just offering office spaces to inspiring a sense of community amongst its members.
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.
Kristin is renowned for its progressive approach to education and has been a national leader in innovation and the performing arts and sporting programmes carry long standing reputations for excellence.
When Mahoneys moved to larger premises, the firm looked to make improvements to security, efficiency and time. Mahoneys’ GM, Mike Haworth, tells the story.
Hyundai’s Network Administrator shares how their new print environment has radically 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.
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.
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.
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.
Maintaining the highest standards in information management is important for any law firm. So when Arnold Bloch Leibler identified its email management/electronic filing project was as much a risk management task as an IT initiative, its partners were in full support.
Faced with a deluge of information, ACO Polycrete’s print network was under increasing pressure and rising costs.
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.
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.
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