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Canon Launches "Let Your Business Run" Microsite

Wednesday, April 01, 2009

Press release from the issuing company

PHILADELPHIA -- Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leading provider of digital imaging and office solutions, today announced the launch of the “Let Your Business Run” public microsite. Developed for end-users and customers, this comprehensive new Web site showcases how Canon, as a complete solution provider, supports user requirements and challenges in the corporate, production, large format and image filing markets.

Designed for visitors to easily navigate the benefits of applying Canon solutions to their businesses needs, the Corporate area of the RUN-themed Web site is divided into 10 RUN solution sections to focus on the key aspects an individual’s business may need. Each easy-to-navigate solution area contains an array of videos, bulleted snapshots, text, and customer needs and challenges that can help businesses gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. Key topics highlighted on the Web site include:

- Color
- Document Management
- Document Distribution
- Productivity
- Security
- Cost Recovery
- Device management
- Usability
- Accessibility
- Environment

“The development of this Web site further exemplifies Canon’s long-standing commitment to providing customers with a robust offering of imaging and office solutions that when utilized properly with our hardware, can help a business run at its highest level,” said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing & Field Sales Division, Canon U.S.A. “Easily navigated and highly customizable, customers and end-users now have access to a wealth of information about Canon’s solutions.”

For more information regarding the “Let Your Business Run” microsite, please visit www.usa.canon.com/run.

 

 

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