Canon Partners Notre Dame; Deploys on-site Resources to Support Overall Program Management

By CIOReview | Monday, September 21, 2015
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MELVILLE, NY: Canon Solution America, a subsidiary of Canon U.S.A., announced a strategic partnership with University of Notre Dame that illustrates Canon’s ongoing commitment to build on its higher education offerings. The partnership will focus on generating successful business and community results by uniting two of the powerful national organizations.

The printing service provider company will be banking on Enterprise Managed Services Division, which specializes in implementing and managing services that support the essential programs including three critical elements: a customized design, experienced people, and innovative technology.

Regarded as one of pre-eminent universities, Notre Dame will however be providing a distinctive voice in higher education that is at once rigorously intellectual, unapologetically moral in orientation, and firmly embracing of a service ethos. The merger will ensure all-round support to the university, starting from game day assistance to year-round document production and management, Notre Dame Athletics requires that Canon supply the highest levels of quality and customer focus.

“We will undoubtedly provide Notre Dame with embedded on-site resources providing top support and overall program management.We are fully prepared to offer the University our utmost support of community initiatives, student programs, and athletic endeavors in ways that will help Notre Dame maintain its position as an international leader of academics,” says John Reilly, Senior Vice President, Enterprise Managed Services Division, Canon Solutions America.

The partnership will further bring the full depth and breadth of Canon's advanced strategies, technologies, and services to the University of Notre Dame. The Higher Education Advisory Team, or HEAT, will significantly bring research, best practices, and process improvement strategies tied to the long-term goals of higher learning institutions.