How Canon can work with your practice management software
Canon’s uniFLOW print management software can connect with major practice management software
We all know that implementing new technology can be challenging. Difficulty can sometimes emerge when you’re trying to plug into an existing system. There is always a risk that a new component won’t “play nice” with your current setup. This fear can often see businesses struggling to make-do with less-than-ideal solutions.
Canon’s uniFLOW print management software and imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX devices can connect with major practice management software providers. These systems include Leap, Lexis Affinity, Actionstep and Practice Evolve. This connector will allow you to scan to matter numbers and accurately charge disbursements back to your clients.
Making Canon a part of your practice infrastructure will allow you to:• Reduce administrative errors • Minimise bottlenecks when handling documents • Guaranteed scanning of documents to secure destination • Search and select Matter Numbers • Fully searchable text, auto-orientation and compression of your scanned documents • Synchronise your Matter Numbers to allocate print, copy, scan and fax costs • Improve the accuracy of invoiced items to clients • Reduce administrative time for billing
Security and Peace-of-Mind
Security of client information and case-data is integral to your business. Canon’s multi-layered device security covers you whether you host on-premises or in the cloud. Canon also delivers the peace-of-mind of securely contactless-print on their devices using encrypted mobile apps or QR codes. This encryption ensures that document will only release documents to authorised users without having to use the touchscreens or keypads.
To find out more, contact us on 1300 621 087 or canon.com.au/legal
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