Canon opens Tokyo centre

Canon opens Tokyo centre
Canon will use its customer centre to accelerate the growth of its commercial printing business

Canon has opened a customer experience centre in Tokyo for customers to try out Canon-Group commercial printing products.
 
With the new centre, the company aims to accelerate the growth of its commercial printing business. It says that customers can experience the Canon Group's wide range of commercial printing products for themselves.
 
Through demonstrations using the actual products, customers can verify print workflows—from taking orders to editing, printing and post-processing—using their own print data and test paper, encouraging the installation of digital printing systems and allowing Canon to capture demand in the growing field of digital printing.
 
Because Canon has located the centre on the grounds of its Shimomaruko headquarters, customers can learn about improving image quality through a print sample image-analysis service provided by Canon’s R&D Department, also located at the company headquarters.
 
Canon says the demand for digital printing has increased. As part of Phase V of the company's global corporation plan, a five-year initiative that began in 2016, Canon has established commercial printing as a business that will become a pillar of growth.
 
Canon also operates customer experience centres in the Netherlands, Germany, and the USA. The Tokyo centre serve Japanese customers and customers from other regions, particularly Asia.

Source: Asian Printer

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