Canon Solutions Prove Pick of the Litter at the Buyers Lab Awards

SYDNEY, 17th April 2013: Canon, Inc has been awarded two prestigious accolades at this year’s Buyers Laboratory LLC (BLI) Awards, winning the ‘2013 Document Imaging Solutions Line of the Year’ for its exceptional solutions portfolio and the’ 2013 Winter Pick’ Award which recognised uniFLOW V5.1 as one of nine top performing solutions over the past 6 months.

An inaugural award, the ‘Document Imaging Solutions Line of the Year’ honours the document imaging vendor that offers the strongest solutions line up across the range of software categories BLI covers on its Solutions Centre subscription services.

Under this category, Canon was recognised for excellence based on document management/ECM, document capture & workflow, accounting / cost control & recovery, print management, device management and mobile printing amongst others.

Praised as a wide ranging solution, the 2013 Winter Pick award recognised uniFLOW V5.1 for its outstanding cost recovery, print management, job routing, scan workflow, mobile printing and document security features. An extensive and feature-rich solution, uniFLOW V5.1 addresses a number of document security, routing, print management and cost control/recovery needs.

“Customers are increasingly coming to rely on document imaging software solutions to streamline mission-critical business processes, increase the productivity of knowledge workers, and leverage their existing investment imaging hardware. Canon offers an unrivalled catalogue of software products in key areas that can make a real difference to a customer’s document-centric processes,” said Jamie Bsales, Senior Product Editor for solutions, BLI.

Jeremy Plint, Assistant General Manager of Marketing, Canon Business AU said, “We are extremely proud to be recognised for not only the breadth of our offerings but the quality and robustness of our solutions. We aim to remain a market leader, providing a comprehensive range of solutions that continue to address the business needs of all organisations as they evolve.”