Hear how these Canon Solutions America production inkjet users are producing innovative, inspiring, and results-focused applications that help customers meet and exceed their business goals.
In-plant PSP Penn State Health produces a yearly full-color literary and arts magazine for a department at its College of Medicine. Without notifying the department, they transitioned the job from toner to Canon inkjet. The response to the magazine’s noticeably high level of quality—and surprise cost savings—was “phenomenal.”
Using the Canon varioPRINT iX-series to print greeting cards and posters for local philanthropic and arts organizations, Compu-Mail delivered “incomparable” color results that really popped. With the varioPRINT iX’s ability to produce exceptionally high-quality, high-impact pieces, Compu-Mail also helped its customers achieve remarkable ROI on their promotional initiatives.
Having installed one of the first ProStream 1000s in the US, Darwill produced a short-run color book for Canon to exhibit the press’s innovative capabilities. One of those capabilities was printing on gloss media with superior results, even on solid pages of ink. Discover how the ProStream performed.
To promote USPS postal savings on emerging technologies, DS Graphics/Universal Wilde created a mailer directing recipients to an online AR experience for webinar registration. Printed on the Canon ProStream 1800 with QR codes and full variable data, the highly colored postcards arrived in mailboxes without a scratch.
Goodway Group of Massachusetts won a large grocery chain account on the spot, thanks to the Canon VarioPrint i300. The inkjet press’s ability to cost-effectively produce more than 5,000 colorful, unique signs year-round with daily changes quickly convinced the client and helped solidify Goodway Group’s long-term relationship with the chain.
IMS, Inc. used two Canon inkjet presses to create multichannel and hyper-personalized campaigns for two local businesses, resulting in excellent ROI for one and improved seasonal sales for the other. From a large credit union to a local franchisee, inkjet eased the production of hyper-personalized promotions that delivered results.
JPS Graphics, a PSP focusing on books for the educational sector, used its Canon varioPRINT iX-series press to print a limited run of an inspiring children’s book about overcoming obstacles. The book’s brightly colored, laminated cover and painting-like, vivid pages helped it sell out in record time.
MWI Direct used the Canon ProStream 1800 to print multiple versions of a thank-you postcard to nonprofit donors. The press was able to mail all versions in one stream with variable text and graphics tailored to each recipient, saving the client time and money.