Businesses undergoing a digital transformation could all use a helping hand. It’s a huge undertaking that can eat up precious resources. Digital transformation spending will approach the $2 trillion mark in 2022, good for a 16.7 percent compound annual growth rate, according to IDC. Moreover, 30 percent of the global 2000 companies will allocate 10 percent of revenue to digital strategies by 2020. Obviously businesses see digital transformation as a long-term investment.
With the recent addition of a 10,000-square-foot Eastern regional facility in Scranton, Penn., Canon Business Process Services continues to expand the capabilities and reach of its Business Processing Centers. The facilities are designed to help clients with their digital transformation initiatives.
Together with Canon’s Western U.S. and Philippines-based operations, the Pennsylvania location extends the company’s national and global capabilities to better support client business objectives.
“Organizations increasingly are launching digital transformation projects because these initiatives enable them to better concentrate on their core business while containing costs and improving operational efficiency,” notes Joe Marciano, president and CEO, Canon Business Process Services. “With our extended business processing capabilities, Canon can help clients meet these important goals.”
Canon’s processing centers support business functions ranging from invoice and claims processing to document imaging and electronic discovery services for corporations and law firms. Highlights include: workflow and forms design; digitization of hard-copy documents; search-enabled images; historical or vital records preservation; indexing/coding and transactional processing.
Another feature of Canon’s Business Process Centers is security. The facilities underscore Canon’s commitment to ensuring that client data is reinforced by the highest levels of confidentiality, integrity and ease of access. To support this goal the Business Processing Centers utilize technology and processes—such as dual physical authentication and third-party application penetration testing—to meet relevant industry standards. The processing centers currently have accreditations that include: AICPA SOC 1 and SOC 2; HITRUST/CSF certified; PCI compliant; HIPAA compliant and GDPR Ready.