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Company Overview of Canon U.S.A., Inc.

Company Overview

Canon U.S.A., Inc. provides consumer, business-to-business, and industrial digital imaging solutions. Its products include cameras and EF lenses, camcorders, printers, scanners, network video solutions, projectors and visualizers, broadcast lenses, free space optics, digital presses, large format printers, multifunction printers/copiers, facsimile machines and printers, calculators, office software, semiconductor equipment, encoder/optoelectronic components, DC micro motors, digital radiography systems, and eye care systems. The company also offers healthcare equipment; software, document distribution and management, output management and cost control, network device security and management,...

One Canon Park

Melville, NY 11747

United States

Founded in 1955

Phone:

631-330-5000

Fax:

516-328-4829

Key Executives for Canon U.S.A., Inc.

Chairman
Age: 66
Chief Financial Officer
Chief Executive Officer of Canon Europe and President of Canon Europe
Age: 68
Chief Executive Officer of Canon Latin America and President of Canon Latin America
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Canon U.S.A., Inc. Key Developments

Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announces Executive Changes

Canon U.S.A. announced several senior executive appointments and promotions. Joseph Warren has been promoted from senior vice president to executive vice president and general manager of Corporate Human Resources, Canon U.S.A. Mason Olds has been promoted to senior vice president of Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., and has also been appointed to the Americas Board of Groups Management, Canon U.S.A. Hiroyuki Imamura has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. -Ellen Pitchford has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. Eliott Peck, senior vice president and general manager of Imaging Technologies and Communications Group.

Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announces Three New Affordable Large Format Printers and Newly Enhanced Canon Alliance Partner Program

Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced three new affordable large format printers and a newly enhanced Canon Alliance Partner Program (CAPP). The 24-inch imagePROGRAF iPF670, the 36-inch imagePROGRAF iPF770 printers, and the imagePROGRAF iPF770 MFP M40 Scan-to Print/File/Share System provides cost-effective solutions for low-volume, on-demand print environments. These models support a variety of applications including: posters, presentations, technical documents, drawings, company announcements, and enlargements. Ideal for a variety of industries including architecture, engineering and construction, education, offices and small retail, the iPF670 and iPF770 printers offer advanced technology to assist small businesses in maximizing the return on their investment. Economy Print Mode, auto-rotation and nesting, help reduce total cost of operation by minimizing media waste and maintenance. Additionally, Accounting Manager, software to assist businesses monitor costs and allocate consumable expenses, comes standard and allows management to track print jobs by user to calculate ink and media costs. Canon's iPF670 and iPF770 printers will make excellent companions for small businesses, engineering and technical design professionals seeking high-quality prints at top speeds. (BLI). Similar to the BLI 2014 award-winning imagePROGRAF printers, the iPF670 and iPF770 printers will feature an on-the-fly ink replacement design, consistent quality of print across various paper types, and the ability to print from mobile devices and share and print files directly from the cloud. This user friendly line of printers promises to delivers excellent reliability and performance to meet a broad spectrum of customer needs. Suitable for businesses that need to print documents quickly while retaining high image quality, the imagePROGRAF models are designed for maximum versatility and performance. In its fastest mode, the iPF770 printer boasts the ability to produce an A1 (23.39" x 33.11") print in about 25 seconds. The printers have a space-saving design with fully front-accessible operation for flush wall installation, to fit into almost any environment. There is also an assisted top-loading feature for easy media loading, plus the iPF670 printer is available without a stand for customers seeking a desktop model. The iPF770 MFP M40 designed as a complete scan-to-print, file, and share solution, has the capability to scan documents up-to-2mm thick. This model includes an M40 scanner, SmartWorks MFP software, stand-alone computer, touch screen monitor and MFP stand to meet a variety of office needs. To help increase efficiency in workflow and management, the iPF670 and iPF770 printers include software that is designed to be simple and intuitive, making high-quality printing possible for individuals of any level of experience. Addressing the needs of a diverse range of users, Canonâ s Direct Print & Share 2.01 software is a cloud portal solution that empowers users to view, share and print a variety of files including PDF, TIFF, JPEG and HP-GL/2 formats, from virtually anywhere. Users can utilize the â Shortcut Printâ feature to drag and drop files to print into hot folders on their desktops helping to streamline their workflow process. The iPF670 and iPF770 printers are also compatible with Canonâ s imagePROGRAF Print Utility2 mobile app, which facilitates wireless printing by allowing users to print from a compatible iPad® device. The app enables users to perform a number of actions, including previewing their PDF file, selecting the number of copies, orientation and print quality before sending the job to any of the compatible imagePROGRAF printers that share the same network. Additionally, these models come with a Print Plug-in for Microsoft Office® allowing users to easily transform Microsoft® Excel®, PowerPoint® and Word® documents into printed posters. The models come standard with easy to use PosterArtist Lite, poster creation software with features such as templates, clip art, and images for customers to easily create posters, signs and banners. For convenient sharing between users, files can be exported directly to Canonâ s Direct Print & Share cloud portal software. Continuing to produce Canon's high-quality output, the new imagePROGRAF devices use a five-color dye/pigment reactive replacement ink system using 130 ml ink tanks^, including a reformulated magenta ink to help produce more vivid reds and yellows. Canon inks provide outstanding adhesion to media, are scratch-and marker-resistant and help produce crisp and legible text. These devices include Canonâ s high-density PF-04 print head, which uses 15,360 nozzles to lay down a 4pl droplet size of ink, and a Gigabit Ethernet connection. Continuing to address the needs of the market, Canon has announced the revamped CAPP, a co-marketing program designed to identify, develop and market software solutions that add value to specific customer needs, with more co-marketing opportunities available to partners. Whether a solution is custom developed by an independent software vendor through Canon's development program, or is a standard stand-alone application that complements the imagePROGRAF devices, the purpose of the Canon Alliance Partner Program is to provide the vehicle to successfully present the solution and its benefits to its customers. This program provides customers more options to select the application that best fits their needs and helps them realize the full return on investment with Canon imagePROGRAF technology.

Canon U.S.A., Inc. Announces Executive Appointments

Canon U.S.A., Inc. announced several senior executive appointments and promotions. The appointments and promotions include: Joseph Warren has been promoted from senior vice president to executive vice president and general manager of Corporate Human Resources, Canon U.S.A. Mason Olds has been promoted to senior vice president of Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., and has also been appointed to the Americas Board of Groups Management, Canon U.S.A. Hiroyuki Imamura has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A. Ellen Pitchford has been promoted to vice president and general manager of Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. Eliott Peck, senior vice president and general manager of Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, will assume chairman and chief executive officer of Canon Information Technology Services, Inc. Kenji Kobayashi has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager, Canon Latin America, Inc., and has also been appointed to the Americas Board of Groups Management, Canon U.S.A.

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