Connected Enterprises, Complex Environments
As work patterns rapidly evolve, large organizations face a number of vulnerabilities with the exponential growth of devices, equipment, and software connected via the Internet of Things (IoT). Your connected workplace is a complex environment with distinct priorities across departments and business units.
Unilateral technology decisions, promising immediate saves and quick fixes, often result in misaligned or ad-hoc solutions that don't consider shifting organizational needs and workplace dynamics.
At their core, all workflows are an exchange of information that result in an image, either digital or on a piece of paper.
As the information lifecycle grows, so do the risks and pain points.
We assign dedicated account teams, on and off site, with a global view of your organization to design and manage workflows that support your core business priorities.
We link critical behaviors to targeted results, mitigating transition risks and promoting continuous change as you adapt to an accelerating digital workplace.
We go beyond a transactional vendor procurement, aligning our tailored programs with your corporate social responsibility initiatives.
We optimize your digital ecosystem, aligning business, resource, and technology strategies with adaptive solutions and award-winning imaging technology.
Unique Solutions for Distinct Priorities
Leveraging Canon’s imaging expertise, we’ve developed solutions that enable you to collaborate in real time, securely, and more cost effectively. From managed print and content services to digital transformation, we solve the big problems with made-to-measure solutions that drive the results you care about.
Our Customers Say It Best
See how we helped Schneider Electric optimize its print operation with more efficient workflows and resources to deliver outstanding products.
"Canon came back with the best solutions. Their platforms not only integrated very smoothly with all of our Canon equipment but also integrated with our equipment that isn’t Canon."
- Kris Tanner, Schneider Electric