Canon and Adobe extends their alliance

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Helping organizations reach new levels of printing, scanning and document

security in office environments, Canon and Adobe Systems have entered into a

global agreement to embed Adobe technology into Canon's newest family of office

document solutions. This agreement is an extension of an alliance between the

two companies established in 2005.


Naresh Gupta

MD, Abobe, India

Leveraging this partnership, Canon will promote a number of Adobe

technologies within the new Canon imageRUNNER ADVANCE Series, benefiting

knowledge workers in the areas of document output, work flow and security.

“Working with industry-leading partners such as Adobe has allowed us to

develop value added capabilities on the imageRUNNER ADVANCE platform through

which we expect to deliver tremendous benefits to regional and global

organizations,” said Sam Yoshida,VP and GM, Canon USA. “The combination of

Canon's advanced innovation and Adobe's industry-leading technologies will allow

both companies to offer their customers enhanced document management solutions

as well as improved document security,” he added.

“Canon and Adobe share a great heritage in providing compelling document

solutions to the market,” said Naresh Gupta, senior VP-Print and Publishing at

Adobe. “With the integration of Adobe PDF technology into Canon's leading office

imaging products, enterprises will be able to turn paper documents into

intelligent, policy-protected PDFs and further maximize their return on