Canon Solutions America Showcases Solutions for the Modern Workplace at NIGP 2022 Forum

MELVILLE, NY, September 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Canon Solutions America, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Canon UNITED STATESInc., touted best practices at the 2022 National Institute of Government Procurement (NIGP) Annual Forum held virtually and in person August 20 – 24, 2022 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. Company representatives interacted with attendees, participating in dialogue to promote education, networking and problem solving related to the modern work environment.

NIGP’s annual forum and product exhibition is North America’s largest educational conference exclusively for individuals in the field of public procurement. Over 2,000 attendees were in attendance at this year’s Forum and over 200 exhibitors were on hand to showcase best practices and innovative solutions to help reshape the future of hybrid working.

Canon Solutions America presented an informative networking session, titled “Providing Solutions for the Modern-Day Work Environment”. The objective was to educate attendees on Canon’s solutions that support the hybrid workplace, including Document Management Services, Occupational Health and Safety and Activate My Line of Sight (AMLOS), an in-development and upcoming hybrid meeting software solution designed to harness the power of Canon’s image processing technology to create an immersive hybrid meeting experience. During this session, solutions were also discussed to address industry staffing challenges, including managed services from Canon Solutions America and Canon Office Cloud.

Attendees who visited Canon Solutions America’s in-person booth located in the Exhibit Hall were able to learn more about AMLOS and familiarize themselves with hissing by SoftBank Robotics, a robot vacuum built on a trusted AI platform to deliver efficient, high-quality cleaning in commercial spaces.

Canon Solutions America also offered virtual attendees the ability to download a range of informative and helpful resources through their virtual booth, open to attendees throughout the Forum. Resources available for download included information on AMLOS, myCSA account management, information on occupational health solutions, OMNIA partner agreements and more.

“We are continually impressed with the knowledge and expertise that Canon Solutions America brings to the Forum, and we are delighted to have them back at this year’s Forum,” said Fred Kuhn, Chief Growth Officer, NIGP. “It’s extremely valuable to hear directly from the experts themselves, giving members the opportunity to better understand how best practices are being used across the industry.”

“We are proud to once again support the National Institute for Public Procurement Forum and are delighted to share our knowledge and expertise with members to improve their day-to-day operations and discuss solutions that meet the challenges of in today’s hybrid workplace,” said Peter P. Kowalczuk, President, Canon Solutions America. “It’s beneficial to be able to listen to procurement experts to better develop technologies and strategies for success.”

About NIGP: The Institute of Public Procurement

To develop, support and promote the public procurement profession through leading educational and research programs, professional support, technical services and advocacy initiatives that have benefited members and constituents since 1944. With more 3,000 member agencies representing more than 16,000 professionals across United States, Canadaand countries outside North America, the Institute has an international scope. Visit nigp.org.

About Canon Solutions America, Inc.

Canon Solutions America, Inc. offers industry-leading business, production and large format printing solutions, backed by exceptional professional services offerings. Canon Solutions America, Inc. helps businesses of all sizes discover ways to improve sustainability, increase efficiency and control costs in conjunction with high volumes, continuous feeding, digital and traditional printing and document management solutions. A wholly owned subsidiary of Canon UNITED STATESInc., Canon Solutions America, Inc. is headquartered in Melville, NY and has sales and service locations across the United States. For more information about Canon Solutions America, please visit csa.canon.com.

cannon UNITED STATES, Inc. is currently developing the AMLOS solution. The AMLOS solution is not available for sale or use in the United States or elsewhere. Specifications and functionality are subject to change and no assurance can be given that this solution, in its current form or any other form, will be made available for sale or use in the United States or elsewhere. Remote views are determined by what is shown by the participant(s) in the desktop. Subscription and/or purchase of other Canon and third-party services and solutions required. Subject to applicable Canon or third party supplier terms and conditions. Neither Canon Inc. nor Canon UNITED STATES, Inc. represents or warrants any third-party product, service, or feature referenced below. View Canon UNITED STATES Partner portal for requirements, technical specifications and compatibility information: www.partners.usa.canon.com. Learn more about AMLOS solution, please contact your authorized Canon representative. usa.canon.com/amlos

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