A Solution to a Problem in the Document Imaging Industry

Canon’s first entry into the “segment 5” copier market, then dominated by Xerox, Kodak, and IBM, was the 7550. Their strategy was to be the lowest priced copier in the segment, and to meet this goal the 7550 needed to yield 25,000 copies between calls (CBC). High CBC means low operating costs.

The copier employed a newly developed integrated circuit technology that was extremely high- end for the time – similar to what was being used in early computers. This allowed Canon to build a machine that was more electronic and less mechanical than anything else in the market. It made the 7550 smaller, less expensive to manufacture, and easier to service.

It looked like Canon had a winner! Lower selling price and lower operating costs meant Canon could become a formidable force in the segment. Canon dealers were very excited and the 7550 launched to great fanfare.


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Source Your ESP Products from Hytec

Hytec is the industry’s leading source for factory-authorized repairs, service support, and factory warranty administration, providing quality solutions that offer imaging dealers with great savings. The partnership enables ESP’s customers the ability to single-source their power protection and parts from one vendor, streamlining the ordering process to save time and money. Hytec’s support and online ordering system will provide faster order processing times, same day shipping and an overall enhanced level of customer support.


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