Priced at Rs.50000, it gives space-saving and a lot of functionality including wireless printing, mobile printing, secure printing, etc.
Canon launches a new series of black & white A3-based MFDs at a price bracket of Rs. 50,000 for the SME market.
Launched under its OIS category, the new imageRUNNER 2002 comes packed with essential features that rules today’s business efficiency such as remote scanning, network print, department ID and compatible mobile printing which allows the SMEs to focus their time and energy on more important business. This space-saving A3 MFD with printing as standard addresses the core output needs with black & white printing at 20ppm.
K. Bhaskhar, Senior Director, Office Imaging Solutions Division, Canon India, said, “With organizations across all sectors enhancing their focus on greener practices, less energy consumption and high-efficiency, they are increasingly optimising their print and infrastructure. Canon, through launching this wide array of products is helping SMEs achieve their aspiration of growing into big corporate houses. The workgroup & departmental scanners support the document digitising needs of its customers with reliable and high-speed scanning, easy operation and space-saving design that greatly improve work efficiency.
“ImageRUNNER 2002 is a breakthrough technology in an affordable and space-conserving price. Its biggest USP is the mobile printing with WiFi Router,” he added.
Besides, Bhaskhar also highlighted on canon business services (CBS), which offers managed print services, digitization services and print room services. Under the digitisation services there are a host of services that canon is offering which include document management, records management and customized workflow automation.
CBS offers an OPEX mode of having printing solutions with the organisations. Canon takes care of end –to – end solution and offers the services to the organisation at an agreed cost. As per Bhaskhar, organisations today are having disparate printing requirements and in order to acquire the necessary solution and resources and peripheral technology to manage will ask for high upfront investment, which the enterprises do not like to face with. Therefore, CBS is the perfect answer to that situation.
He further summed up that currently, Canon’s business with the corporates is almost 55-60 per cent in CAPEX mode.
Canon has a formidable backend team to support the services on the ground. This team monitors and manages break-fix 640+ locations.
On this occasion, the company also introduced seven new scanners include imageFORMULA DR-M160, DR-C225, DR-C22FW, DR-M1060, DR f120, CR-135i UV and P-21511.