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Panabiz unveils new Canon copiers to Nigeria market

BY NNAMDI OJIEGO

Panabiz International has introduced Canon’s latest Image Runner Advance, IRA, series of heavy duty photocopiers which will help to ensure advanced documents workflow and productivity in offices in Nigeria.

The product, according to the General Manager, Panabiz International Limited, Mr. Kunal Malhorta would enhance productivity and efficiency, as it is a fully integrated document solution

designed to complement every stage of the document life-cycle for creation to management output to archival whilst supporting security and environmental goals.

He said the IRA will deliver exceptional quality, high productivity and unbeatable value for money even as it has helped to simplified office task and streamlined business processes to deliver rapid rewards.

Malhorta revealed that the new product comes with a suite of modular multi-functional devices that provides diversity of choice whilst a common framework has made integration into businesses a seamless affair.

He however, explained that the image came in three models which include 6055i, 6065i and 6075i offering advanced security capacities and outstanding environmental credentials. “ It has the capacity to produce up to 55 – 75 print per minute having personal user interface containing up to 7700 sheet paper and exceptional scanning capability”, he explained.

The General Manager also described the latest product as highly intuitive device with 8.4″colour touch screen user interface with one touch buttons to execute common task as well high speed duplex scanning up to 200ipm with integrated software option providing powerful end_to end workflow solution.

He however, stated that the consistent thinking behind the design and development of the product makes installation, integration and administration of even large scale deployment relatively easy to handle, noting that the devices share a common look, architecture, printer driver and intuitive user interface.

 

 


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