Canon Solutions America, Inc. touted best practices in the 2022 National Institute of Government Procurement Annual Forum held virtually and in-person August 20 – 24, 2022 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA. Representatives of the company interacted with attendees.
The NIGP Annual Forum and Products Exposition is the largest North American educational conference exclusively for individuals in public procurement. Over 2,000 attendees were present at this year’s Forum and over 200 exhibitors were there to showcase best practices and innovative solutions to help reshape the future of hybrid work.
Canon Solutions America presented an informative networking session, titled “Providing Solutions for the Modern-Day Work Environment.” This aimed to educate attendees on solutions from Canon that support the hybrid workplace including document management services, workplace health and safety, and Activate My Line of Sight (AMLOS), a hybrid meeting software solution in development and coming soon, designed to harness the power of Canon’s image processing technology to help create an immersive hybrid meeting experience. Also discussed during this session were solutions that support industry staffing challenges, including Canon Solutions America’s Managed Services and Canon Office Cloud.
Attendees that visited the Canon Solutions America in-person booth located in the exhibit hall was able to learn more about AMLOS and introduced to Whiz by SoftBank Robotics, a robot vacuum built on a trusted AI platform to deliver a high quality, efficient clean in commercial spaces.
Canon Solutions America also offered virtual attendees the chance to download an array of informative and helpful resources via their virtual booth, open for attendees to utilize for the duration of the Forum. Resources available for download included information for AMLOS, myCSA account management, workplace health solutions information, OMNIA Partner agreements, and much more.
“We are continuously impressed by the knowledge and expertise Canon Solutions America brings to the Forum, and we are thrilled to have them back at this year’s Forum,” said Fred Kuhn, chief growth officer, NIGP. “There is tremendous value in hearing directly from the experts themselves, which offers members the opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of how best practices are used throughout the industry.”
“We are proud to once again support the National Institute of Government Procurement Forum, and were thrilled to share our knowledge and expertise with members to enhance their day-to-day operations, and discuss solutions that address today’s challenges in the hybrid workplace,” said Peter P. Kowalczuk, president, Canon Solutions America. “It is beneficial to be able to listen to procurement experts in order to better develop technologies and strategies for success.”