Canon to offer doc management solns and consultancy

DQW Bureau
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Canon India recently announced its venture into the managed document services


“The enterprise segment is one of the crucial engagement areas for Canon and

we realized that in the slowdown phase, each enterprise would look at saving

costs by shifting from Capex to Opex models and bringing in operational

excellence. One of the major areas to look at is the print infrastructure. This

is the area where Canon is the technology leader and continues to innovate and

deliver what it promises to its customers,” said Kensaku Konishi, President and

CEO, Canon India.

Kensaku Konishi, President and CEO, Canon India


In the first phase, Canon India would be partnering with its customers to

optimize their print management. In the second phase, Canon India would take

lead in adding an input site which covers digitization of hard copies, archival

services, indexing, retrieval and workflow management to provide end-to-end

document imaging solutions. These would ensure minimal paper usage and flow

within the organization to bring higher efficiency in speed.

Speaking on the occasion, Alok Bharadwaj, Senior VP, Canon India said, “With

our core technology strength being digital imaging, we are present across

complete business product categories of printers, copiers, faxes, MFDs,

high-speed scanners, cheque scanners, large format printers and digital presses.

We have also introduced various software solutions which are device neutral.”

“Canon has formed a new business group of managed print services (MPS), where

key account managers are being developed as consultants capable of undertaking

large-scale projects involving print health check-ups, designing optimal fleet,

deploying and helping clients to monitor and manage the entire process of

printing more effectively,” Bharadwaj added.