Using the right technologies and adapting document management processes can help companies support their ESG programmes, says Jaco Möller, workspace business development manager at Canon South Africa.
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Many companies are not gathering, storing or managing sensitive data adequately, says Canon South Africa.
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE DX C5800 Series scanning technology to help employees digitise information and make it accessible to those who need it.
Shifting to a digital-only model isn’t necessary immediately, but it’s crucial to optimise dependence on printing over time, says Canon.
Hyper-personalised print humanises consumer marketing, says Canon.
Canon's focus includes designing more energy efficient products, stepping up recycling and remanufacturing and reducing harmful chemicals in manufacturing.
Print service providers must be more consultative, thinking about how they can provide creative solutions to meet customers’ needs while maintaining good relationships.
Brands must captivate the customer’s sustained interest and turn a single interaction into a meaningful relationship, says Tunca Rodoplu, senior marketing manager, B2B at Canon.
Integrating physical and digital experiences is key to marketing success, says Canon South Africa.
One solution to digital fatigue is to improve the quality of printed output, says Frederick Jaco Moller, Canon business development manager.
Before printing, the business needs to manage who has access to print and what they’re permitted to print.
Canon South Africa is helping customers align with their sustainability goals through a national waste management programme for e-waste and consumables.