Customer Scenarios

We understand that different faculty members such as administrative staff, procurement officers and IT administrators have varying goals and challenges based on their day-to-day roles and responsibilities.

See how Canon Solutions America benefits each of these key decision makers.

Administration

Administration

As an administration professional, you are often faced with challenges on a number of fronts such as inefficient manual, document intensive administrative processes.

Our document management solution allows your faculty to easily capture, archive, retrieve, edit and process documents efficiently and securely from any device on the network. This allows administrators to instantly access all the information dispersed throughout the educational institution and conveniently scan, classify and store for easy retrieval.

Our comprehensive one-platform solution allows your educators to submit jobs to the secure print queue from their Blackboard, by email or mobile device, pull documents from cloud storage systems such as GoogleDocs, scan directly into Microsoft SharePoint or any other document management system, convert scanned files into fully editable Microsoft Word or Excel files all while keeping sensitive documents like student progress reports confidential.

Procurement

Procurement

As a procurement officer, you are challenged with ensuring the best quality and price of all purchasing decisions, such as controlling your institutions printing costs.

With our comprehensive print management solution, you can get reports of an individual users print behavior and either limit or expand access to various device features and functionality based on the needs and authority within your district.  Our solution enables you to make informed decisions on fleet optimization which has a significant impact on your operational and procurement budgets.

IT Administrator

IT Administrator

In today’s progressive learning environments, IT administrators are faced with the need to streamline their campus’ network management systems, provide a solution to enable your educators to have remote access to their classroom materials all while securing confidential faculty and student information.

Our universal print driver automates document workflows giving your faculty and students the flexibility to print on any campus device. This allows you to control a user's access based upon his or her role. Before anything can be printed, scanned or faxed, users must authenticate themselves at the device, a process that eliminates sensitive documents from getting in the wrong hands.

To help your education facility comply with FERPA regulations, we provide tools that can safeguard confidential information on the device, including the HDD Data Encryption Kit, HDD Format and the HDD Erase Kit.

Customer Testimonials

Case Studies

Canon Solutions America helps a school district save green and stay green
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Kaneland Community Unit School District achieves substantial cost savings through document management program
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Contracts

Contracts

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National IPA is a cooperative purchasing organization dedicated to serving City/Local Government, County Government, State Government, Public and Private Educational Institutions and Systems, Special Districts, Government-Education Healthcare Entities and Nonprofits.

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E&I Cooperative Services is a member-owned, not-for-profit sourcing cooperative that provides expertise, solutions, and services to the educational community and related institutions.

The Cooperative currently has approximately 2,500 members, comprised of public and private universities and colleges, community colleges, other affiliated members, K-12, and teaching healthcare facilities throughout the United States.

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MedAssets is a “for-profit” performance improvement company focused on helping healthcare providers realize financial and operational gains so that they can sustainably serve the needs of their community.

The MedAssets organization serves four out of five U.S. hospitals and covers over 180 health systems, 4,500 hospitals and 123,000 non-acute healthcare providers, as well as payers and healthcare information technology vendors.

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