Canon adds to imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX portfolio

Canon Europe has announced the latest addition to its imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX portfolio, the C5800 Series. Following the recent launch of the imagePRESS C170 Series, which provides an alternative solution for businesses looking to push their creative limits, both devices are designed with productivity at their core.

To support business continuity, drive digital transformation and facilitate user experience between the office and remote working locations with the integration of uniFLOW Online, the imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5800 Series has been developed to support businesses thrive in today's hybrid working reality. 

The imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5800 Series streamlines document workflows by combining fast colour print speeds of up to 70 ppm and enhanced connectivity, with the latest scan technology, making it suitable for medium to large enterprises that require high volume, productive output.                                                                                                          

This device combines the reliability and durability of its predecessors in one flagship model through offering enhanced serviceability with long life part and easier replacement capabilities. For maximum uptime and drive efficiency, this device features quick sleep recovery, powering on in just six seconds and quick starting in four. Anti-streak, multi-feed detection and blank page removal, further reduces processing time and improves the scan performance. To save valuable time getting documents ready for use, the series delivers a broad range of embedded finishing options. 

With in-built connectivity - integrating with cloud-storage destinations like Dropbox and OneDrive - documents can be accessed, edited and shared by colleagues working anywhere. uniFLOW Online, Canon's cloud-based software provides a single platform to connect all working locations, through which companies can centrally manage their fleet, no matter where devices are located. It offers simple cost tracking, secure scanning, and robust device security. Users with the uniFLOW Online upgrade have advanced functionalities such as Filing Assist, allowing information to be extracted from paper documents and inputted directly and accurately into workflow software.   

Hiro Imamura, Vice President Marketing, Document Solutions Group, Canon Europe said, "the last 12 months have seen immense shifts in working patterns, as well as business and technology requirements. Hybrid ways of working, which were already present, have developed and accelerated during this time. With that in mind, we have continued to evolve our technology and broaden our portfolio to enable us to support our customer's document workflow requirements wherever they are. From connecting distributed workforces and enabling digital transformation with the imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5800 series, to offering in-house professional printing and finishing provided with the recent imagePRESS C170 Series launch, we are supporting the changing needs of our customers.

"Now, more than ever, businesses need their employees to be able to digitise documents quickly and efficiently and be able to access them from anywhere, at any time. With today's news, we're confident that we're helping our customers maintain business continuity and adapt to the demands of today's hybrid working."

Company Details

Canon Europe Ltd

3 the Square
Stockley Park
UXBRIDGE
UB11 1ET
UNITED KINGDOM

0208 588 8000

www.canon-europe.com

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