Standard USA Announces a New Approach to PremiumQuality InkJet Printing with Ocue ProStream Series PR Newswire official statement

“With a resolution of 1200 dpi and a print rate of 262 feet per minute, this heavy-duty production engine, delivers outstanding quality on a broad range of media. The new series is already wi
ing accolades even before launch: the ProStream has earned a coveted iF design award for 2017.
“We are excited about the ability to deliver premium quality on a wide range of media, which in the past was incredibly hard to achieve with inkjet technologies,” said Christine Soward, president, DMS Inc.
The latest piezo drop-on-demand inkjet print head generation is leveraged with Ocu00e9 Multilevel technology for sharper details, smoother half tones and economized ink usage. An Ocu00e9-developed set of ColorGrip and polymer pigment inks creates exciting, vibrant colors that leave a lasting impressio
nThe sensitive floatation air dryer ensures that the printed paper is not touched until the print images are fully robust u2013 there are no scratches or changes to gloss levels and minimal paper stress for maximum quality.
“As someone who has been in the commercial print industry for 30 years, I was amazed by the quality and versatility this press offers,” said Chris Petro, vice president of strategic accounts, Creel Printing. “This product has the opportunity of changing the market as we know it.”
For seven straight years, Canon has been the worldwide leader in continuous feed inkjet. A key to that success is Canon’s commitment to bringing i
ovative technology to the professional digital printing market.
For more information about Ocu00e9 ProStream series and Canon U.S.A., visit https://www.usa.canon.com.”

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Ordinance Introduces Wide Array of MFPs and Printers Designed to Help Meet the Diverse Needs of Businesses Yahoo Finance

“MELVILLE, N.Y., March 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today a
ounced the availability of several new multifunction and single function printers designed to meet the needs of businesses, large and small. Available in both color and monochrome models, the new imageRUNNER ADVANCE and imageCLASS devices provide customers with the signature dependability and consistent user experience they have come to expect from Canon, helping organizations to enhance productivity u2013 while addressing a diverse set of business applications and end user requirements.
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Technology is meant to simplify business, and Canon’s goal is to offer both hardware and software solutions with a consistent design that helps customers enable their workforce for maximum efficiency. Along with similar interfaces for consistent user experience in multi-device installations and integration with uniFLOW, Canon’s premier output management platform, for greater visibility, control, and security of office printing across their fleet. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE models also provide users with powerful sca
ing and document processing capabilities through uniFLOW u2013 helping organizations to secure, automate and simplify paper-intensive business processes.
“As a business optimizes its fleet, it seeks to maximize return on investment. Yet, an organization is only as productive as its workers, and an enterprise must focus on both fleet optimization and individual productivity to reach its goal of improved efficiency,” said Barbara Richards, senior consultant, InfoTrends. “Regardless of whether a fleet employs a combination of color, monochrome, multifunction or single-function technology, for business operations to continue without a hitch, employees need a familiar experience as they move from device to device.””

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Schneider Electric Leverages Canons PRISMAdirect and PR Newswire public statement

“The growth is being driven by new services and capabilities including digital color printing, large format printing and fulfillment services to support an expanding range of internal customers across the U.S.A. The department provides print and digital media solutions with its arsenal of Canon imagePRESS digital color presses and varioPRINT 135 Series monochrome presses as well as electronic delivery of information and archival media, wide format and promotional items. The growth did not come without challenges.
“As our fulfillment orders grew, we started to see some slowdowns in our workflow, mainly from processing and preparing the orders coming to us,” said Kris Ta
er, Manager u2013 Solutions Support Group / Print On Demand for Schneider Electric. “We knew we needed to engage our internal customers faster and with more accurate data, and really put the ordering and the decision-making of the customer on the front-end submission.”
Responding to Schneider Electric’s request for information, Canon conducted a business and workflow assessment to help validate their concerns on the current processes and research various solution options. Following a review of multiple vendor proposals, the company decided to implement Canon’s platform.
“Canon came back with the best solution,” said Ta
er. “PRISMAdirect has brought a level of engagement and self-help for our customers that we were lacking, allowing them to make smarter decisions, better leverage our services and ultimately increase their satisfaction.”
Ta
er also noted that implementing the PRISMAdirect and PRISMAprepare solutions has allowed the department to gain operational efficiencies, including cutting prep time in half and freeing up staff to handle other needs. The solution has also opened up new business possibilities, such as building a Schneider Print On Demand e-commerce site using the PRISMAdirect solution to highlight relevant products that customers may not even be aware exist.
“With the addition of Canon’s solutions, our staff of six has the ability and capacity to handle almost double the business that we were handling with the same equipment just a few years ago,” said Ta
er. “I now have a great workflow platform on both sides of our workflow from submission through production, and I get great support.”
“In today’s ever-changing environment, it is not an easy task for in-house printing operations to meet their customers’ expanding needs,” said Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “Solutions like PRISMAdirect and PRISMAprepare are helping in-house and commercial print organizations expand their capabilities and streamline their processes.”
Click to view a video for more information about Schneider Electric.”

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