Canon Partners With Copy Cat Group As Printing Solutions Distributor In Kenya

Canon Copy Cat Kenya

Canon Central and North Africa announced its partnership with Copy Cat Group as the authorized distributor for its printing solutions in Kenya.

Canon’s corporate philosophy ‘Kyosei’ means living and working together for the common good. This ensures the company’s B2B portfolio of printing and copier products and MPS solutions become accessible to all industry verticals.

“This partnership will propel the development of the managed print & document solutions industry in Kenya. This is by strengtheing distriution of our innovative solutions in the market in various sectors such as banking, healthcare and education.” Somesh Adukia – Managing Director, Canon Central and North Africa said.

The Canon and Copy Cat partnership will help meet customer demand from diverse industry sectors. Canon combined best-in-class technology with a portfolio of services and support. It invests to give its partners industry-leading products and packages to sell.

” Partnering with Canon is a brilliant milestone for us at Copy Cat. We are thrilled to have the support of Canon, a world leader in the fields of professional and consumer imaging and printing equipment and information systems. Our partnership stems from our combined goal of bringing innovative technologies to Kenya and East Africa. Also, serving the swiftly evolving consumer needs from the market. There are many industries in Kenya that are in high need of excellently managed printing solutions. Through our partnership with Canon, we aspire to cater to these unmet demands from across industries to support them in growing their business.” Vishal Patel, Managing Director – Copy Cat said.

Copy Cat’s foothold in terms of technology in Kenya further strengthens its portfolio by adding Canon’s service offerings to customers. The two companies will play to each other’s strength to establish a resilient printing eco-system. This will enable them to meet customer demands from various industry verticals across Kenya and East Africa.

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