New imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range of MFPs for Canon

Canon is evolving its portfolio beyond pure print and scan technology to create adaptable 'hubs' for digital transformation with the new imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range. 

With the imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range, digitising, archiving and retrieving documents has been simplified. Streamlining document workflows throughout their lifecycle, Canon's enhanced duplex scanning cuts out unnecessary admin by capturing information accurately, securely and quickly. While those extra jobs like naming, saving, third party logins and batch saving are now all automated. 

Adam Poole, Document Solutions Marketing Director, Canon UK and Ireland said, "our devices are no longer an isolated unit on the office floor, but an intelligent hub, fully integrated with your existing business infrastructures. Responding to market demands, the imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range is designed to boost modern workplace efficiency, whilst also securing business-critical documents and information."

The imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range features closer integration between Canon's software and hardware as well as easier to access cloud-delivered solutions for content and output management. uniFLOW Online Express now comes embedded, and ready to use in the device, scaling your requirements as and when needed.

The imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX is compatible with many third-party cloud platforms, including PaperCut, Kofax and Concur.

Adam said, "we know that today's workforce is mobile. So, we've created a series of devices which meet our customers' needs for cloud-connectivity and efficient collaboration. The imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX range is a champion for efficient collaboration across remote teams, allowing workers to access information and processes wherever they are.

 "Businesses don't rely solely on paper anymore. That's why our devices aren't just printers. Whether you're a bank or a retailer, an SME or an enterprise, our technology is scalable and designed to help you manage information in a digital world."

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UXBRIDGE
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UNITED KINGDOM

0208 588 8000

www.canon-europe.com

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