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Canon Debuts imageRUNNER ADVANCE Platform

September 25, 2012

Canon (News - Alert) has announced the introduction of imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series. This is a platform of multifunction office systems created to change workflow from a series of individual processes to a continuous, integrated flow of shared information.

With the imageRUNNER ADVANCE C2030 model, small and remote offices can have simplified and productive workflow. Existing fleets can also benefit from integration.

The seamless combination of hardware, software and services ensures that every user experiences improved efficiency.

The new platform provides various improvements to the design, workflow, control, performance and environmentally-conscious functionality of each model.

By incorporating innovative cloud and mobile solutions, extensive security measures and powerful new software offerings, this series of imageRUNNER ADVANCE channels business workflows and provides a solution that changes existing office systems and services, rather than just connecting them.

“We are a part of an incredible evolution of the workforce as organizations are now implementing more efficient and secure business processes than ever before,” said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon USA (News - Alert). “The imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform will serve as a business catalyst and central communications hub that merges a variety of mobile and cloud technologies to help facilitate seamless, optimized workflows.”

Already ranked highest in ease-of-use in the MFP industry by Industry Analysts Inc., the next-generation imageRUNNER ADVANCE models build upon the user-centric design of the previous generation.

Users have the option to feature a logo or special graphics in the wallpaper background of the main menu of the user interface with a customizable and streamlined display.

Recently, the company introduced two new laser printers: Color imageRUNNER LBP5280 and the imageRUNNER LBP3480. According to the company, each product provides compact color and monochrome printing, respectively. The new printers offer enterprise workgroups and Managed Document Services customers with a cohesive, consistent and easily managed printing solution. 

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Edited by Braden Becker

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