Software development kits (SDK) and customisation tools provide a way for companies to develop applications for controlling inkjet printer functions, as well as customise device functions and adjust security parameters to cater to specific business needs.
Some examples include modification of default printer settings, disabling wireless connectivity, limiting copy functions and scan-to-flash memory functions.
The Canon inkjet printer SDKs and customisation tools are available to system integrators who intend to develop business applications to enhance productivity and customise solutions for businesses and organisations using Canon inkjet printers, and who are residing in the South & Southeast Asia region.
Applications for all SDK or customisation tools will be reviewed before approval, and applicants will be required to sign non-disclosure agreements as well as enter into a contractual agreement with Canon regarding the distribution and proper usage of such material.
An array of software development kits is available for various Canon's inkjet printers. Find out more on what you can achieve with the list of available SDKs.
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