New offering from Canon

-expands presence in document management

To further strengthen its stand as the market leader in India in document management space Canon India Pvt Limited, recently launched new range of imageRUNNER 1700 series and document scanners.

K Bhaskhar, senior director, office imaging solutions division, Canon India, launching the new range of imageRUNNER 1700 series and document scanners in New Delhi. “With these new solutions featuring cutting edge technologies, we would be able to further enhance our market share in document management domain, targeting SMEs rather effectively,” he commented on the occasion.The imageRUNNER 1700 series, including imageRUNNER 1730,1730i, 1740i and 1750i models, offers high speed A4 black & white printing, scanning and copying to address the Mid and high end desktop A4 printing requirements where A3 MFD has space constraints. This series comes with four variants with speed ranging for 30ppm to 50ppm. While the new range of document scanners, including P-215, DR C-125, DR M-140 and DR M-160, covers all personal, workgroup to department level digitization needs.

“India Inc prints about 15 crore documents annually and is expected to grow at rate of 15 percent YOY. The government and SME sector are the key growth drivers for this segment, the A4 copier based MFDs is ideally suited to meet all the requirements of the Indian SMEs and Government segment. With this rapid growth Canon is focusing on Managed Document Services (MDS) as strategic value proposition to its customers and we are expecting 50 percent growth in this domain with revenue achievement of Rs 75 crore in MDS for the year,” conveyed Dr Alok Bharadwaj, senior vice president, Canon India. “Also we find document scanners are integral part of digitization and become the first step in this process. Document scanner market is expected to grow by approx. eleven percent. BFSI, government and SME’s are key contributors to this growth, Canon likes to leverage this growth by adding more products and solutions in this space,” he added.

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