Canon Middle East, launched Canon’s latest i-SENSYS laser printer series and MAXIFY, its business inkjet printers at an end-user seminar held in Salalah recently. The event organised by Al Basma, a channel player in Salalah was targeted towards the dealer and end-consumer community. Over 100 customers including key decision-makers from various sectors such as government, education, healthcare, banks and schools attended the event.
Within the i-SENSYS laser series, the new printers that were launched included LBP6030B, LBP6030W and laser multifunction printers such as MF212w, MF216n, MF217w, MF226dn, MF229dw. The highlight of the event was Canon’s latest business inkjet printers, the MAXIFY series comprising of MB2040, MB2340, MB5040 and MB5340 as well as the iB4040. The MAXIFY range is perfectly suited for the growing small and home office market in Salalah requiring professional business printing.
Hendrik Verbrugghe, Marketing Director at Canon Middle East said: “Small business owners are time poor and under pressure to cut costs, increase efficiencies, stay ahead of the competition and grow. These pressures have a direct influence on their IT decisions. Canon believes that small businesses need access to the right technology that will support their business today and in the years to come.”
“We know that a ‘one size fits all’ approach just won’t work. That’s why Canon doesn’t champion one print technology over another. Our rich portfolio features two outstanding print technologies, the broad product range and great finish of laser and the feature richness and price competitiveness of inkjet, to meet the demands of any small and growing business.
We are excited to be introducing the MAXIFY range to grow the Small Office Home Office market in Salalah,” added Verbrugghe.
With a host of connectivity features Canon’s MAXIFY Cloud Link offers printing from and scanning to, cloud storage providers such as Evernote, Dropbox, OneDrive and Google Drive, directly from the printer screen.