National Engineering & Investment Company (ONEIC) recently invested in all new imagePRESS 1110 from Canon. The company manages the rural electricity system for the Ministry of Electricity & Water in Oman. GENETCO, Canon’s business partner facilitated the deal.
This is the first imagePRESS 1110 in Oman and Canon hopes the deal opens up many more opportunities in the thriving sultanate.
The digital equipment offers ONEIC the capability to print from a database with a master document template, and then output that document from the Canon printer, by employing a set of conditional business rules, so every page generated carries unique water/electric billing information for each customer.
Naoshi Yamada, Deputy Managing Director, Canon Middle East, said; “Canon is an expert and trusted partner to its customers, helping them drive profitable business performance through continued understanding of the needs of their customers. This deal represents a significant breakthrough for the brand in the Sultanate and will redefine the current offering within the professional print environment of ONEIC.”
The imagePRESS 1110 delivers production speeds of 110 impressions per minute. Variety of in-line finishing is available with the machine which includs perfect binding, multi-folding, saddle-stitching, punching, one or three edge trimming, and high capacity stacking.
“Canon is a market-leading, customer focused company providing a complete range of business imaging solutions. ONEIC was looking for ways to save a significant amount on their print-related costs and also increase productivity. Our expert team studied the requirements of the company by looking at all factors involved and then recommended the industry-leading Canon imagePRESS 1110 solution which addressed all the difficulties the company faced with their previous printing infrastructure,” said Dr. Muthanna Al Durrah, CEO, GENETCO.