As a follow-up to the recent Canon Media & Analyst Event in Boca Raton, Florida, Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., Inc., held an ancillary meeting for journalists and analysts covering the production print market. Canon Solutions America’s Production Print Solutions division hosted the event, which included a panel discussion with Canon Solutions America customers and a tour of Canon Solutions America’s Customer Experience Center.
“We truly enjoyed welcoming our guests to the production print segment of the Canon Media & Analyst Event in Boca Raton,” said Francis McMahon, Executive Vice President, Production Print Solutions, Canon Solutions America. “In addition to sharing an in-depth look into our newest product developments, we like to incorporate the customer voice into the narrative, allowing the audience to hear directly from our customers as they share their success stories, business challenges, and industry insights.”
“It is a very exciting time for production print at Canon Solutions America as we continue to educate the industry on the benefits of inkjet technology and work closely with all of our trusted solution providers within the Canon Solutions America Partner Program to provide bigger, better, and faster solutions for our customers,” said Tonya Powers, Senior Manager, Marketing, Production Print Solutions, Canon Solutions America.
The customer panel featured George Lawrence, President/CEO, LawrenceInk; Angela Hipelius, CEO, Liberty Creative Solutions; and Adam LeFebvre, President/COO, Specialty Print Communications. The discussion centered on the customers’ respective experience with production inkjet presses, and how they have helped to enhance overall business productivity through increased production volume, faster turnaround times, application growth, and efficiency.
“The speed at which the Océ ProStream runs is even better than advertised,” commented Mr. LeFebvre. “It has really helped us boost our product offering, allowing us to serve more customers and focus more time on growing our business in new ways.”
“After following the evolution of inkjet technology for several years and carefully evaluating all of our options, we felt Canon Solutions America had surpassed the competition in terms of service and quality with the introduction of the Océ ProStream,” added Ms. Hipelius. “We finally have an inkjet press that can meet our high-end mailing needs, without compromising quality or speed.”
Mark Subers, President/CRO, NAPCO Media, said, “The customer panel showcased real life examples of how the ProStream and other production print presses have helped bring commercial printers new opportunities for growth and efficiency.”
Canon Solutions America guests also had a chance to visit the company’s Customer Experience Center, which featured demonstrations and instructive presentations on some of the company’s most notable production printing products.