Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, today introduced the imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 series of multifunction office systems. Designed for busy workgroups that demand versatility in a compact space, the new models can help improve efficiency by allowing businesses to integrate processes and streamline tasks.
The imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4251, 4245, 4235 and 4225 models provide black-and-white copying and printing at speeds of up to 51, 45, 35 and 25 letter-size pages-per-minute, respectively. With the introduction of this new series Canon now offers the Next Generation of imageRUNNER ADVANCE MFPs from 25 ppm to 105 ppm in black-and-white segments and 25 ppm to 80 ppm in color segments.
Introduced a year ago, Canon’s Next Generation platform builds upon the established design, workflow, control, performance, and responsibility attributes of the previous generation. Compared to the prior generation, new features include a customizable user interface, standard Searchable PDF (OCR) and Scan to Office Open XML capabilities. Several security features that were previously only offered as options are now standard on the imageRUNNER ADVANCE Next Generation platform. The new imageRUNNER ADVANCE 4200 series incorporates these features as well as increased hard disk drive capacity, faster warm-up times, improved misfeed recovery features and IP Fax support.
Offering enhanced connectivity capabilities, the new imageRUNNER ADVANCE MFPs are designed to be the core of digital business communications where imaging technology, cloud connectivity
, and mobile solutions converge in a unified platform. Using the company’s MEAP
embedded application platform, the new lineup continues Canon’s ability to offer a variety of solutions and integrate with certain third party applications. The new systems are also key components of an overall Managed Document Services strategy aiding customers in achieving greater operational effectiveness associated with their document related needs.
“Canon offers an industry-leading and operationally consistent line of MFPs and printers,” said Sam Yoshida, vice president and general manager, Marketing, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. “This means customers can implement advanced workflow and managed services tools across their MFP fleet to help their business achieve maximum efficiency without having to learn new or separate platforms.”