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Francis McMahon on the New Canon Solutions America Organization

Published on April 18, 2013

VP of Marketing Francis McMahon talks to Cary Sherburne about the new Canon Solutions America and it's three divisions and how Oce and Canon have combined to make up the new Canon organization.

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By Scott Feldman on Apr 18, 2013

Hi Francis,
Love the backdrop. Congrats on bringing the two companies together.

 

By Steven Schnoll on Apr 20, 2013

Great job Francis describing where Canon is in the market after the consolidation.

 

By Thomas Lickert on Apr 04, 2015

Mr McMahon is a leader no doubt. Very articulate, I've watched several videos he never repeats himself or stumbles. His intellect and ability to paint pictures for Cannon Solutions America are superior to most other voices in the industry.

Every-time I listen to his voice I learn more about Ricoh.

 

By Thomas Lickert on Apr 04, 2015

Make that Canon sorry

 

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