Canon AU

West Country Expands into Perth with PrintSync

<p><strong>West Country Office Machines</strong>, the first reseller in Western Australia to join Canon’s Partner Channel Program, today announced its successful expansion into Perth through its metropolitan arm, <strong>PrintSync</strong>. The expansion means that West Country Office Machines now offers print and document management services in the ‘Southern Corridor’ of WA between Margaret River, Busselton, Bunbury Mandurah, Narrogin and Perth.</p> <p>West Country Office Machines has significantly invested in PrintSync, recruiting six new employees and relocating two staff members from its head office in Bunbury to join the new Perth office. The new team brings a vast amount of experience from within the print and document management industry.</p> <p>“Our experience and market leadership in regional Western Australia has helped make our expansion into Perth a success. We have a long history with Canon and believe its best-of-breed multifunction printers and software provides us with an advantage in the market place,” said Sean Tilbrook, Managing Director, PrintSync.</p>


Canon Secures Government Print Contract

<p>Canon New Zealand is proud to be announced as a print solution provider to the government state sector. </p> <p>The all-of-government contracts are expected to save over $20million of tax payers’ money over the life of the contract – a fact that <b>Canon Country Manager Mike Johnston</b> says can only be a positive for all involved.</p> <h5>The contract is, for Canon and for the industry as a whole, one of the most important and exciting events since the release of the colour printer</h5> <p>&quot;A new and open age of government procurement has begun and, both professionally and personally, I welcome it. The contract allows Canon to continue providing government with efficiencies and productivity that we passionately provide to our business and NFP customers daily and, by doing so, ensure that tax payer dollars are spent as effectively as possible,&quot; says Johnston. </p> <p>&quot;The contract is, for Canon and for the industry as a whole, one of the most important and exciting events since the release of the colour printer,&quot; he says.</p>


Canons New CanonScan Scanners Provide High-Quality Scanning at Fast Speeds

<p>Canon Australia has three new additions to its popular CanoScan range - the CanoScan CS9000F, CanoScan LiDE210, and CanoScan LiDE110 - offering stylish design and quality output whether scanning film, slides, photos or documents.</p> <p>“Canon’s latest additions to the CanoScan range have again raised the bar in scanning design and technology,” said <strong>Ben Crosariol, Assistant Brand Manager – Office Products, Canon Australia</strong>. “The high-quality functions and sophisticated, compact design of the CanoScan LiDE110 and 210, and the unsurpassed high-speed and image-capture accuracy of the premium CS9000F, offer consumers the most advanced scanners on the market.”</p> <p>CanoScan CS9000F – delivers versatility and functionality</p> <p>Designed to meet the needs of photographers, the top-of-the-range CanoScan CS9000F is a versatile and productive scanner capable of delivering new levels of performance with improved features, such as the Auto Scan button and a 9,600 x 9,600 dpi CCD sensor providing unsurpassed reproduction for enlargement and high-resolution printing.</p>



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