EXTON, Pa., Feb. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ricoh today announced that a new IDC MarketScape report names the company a worldwide leader in high-speed inkjet, citing Ricoh's broad strengths, including technological innovation, attentiveness to customer feedback and a large install base. The report, "IDC MarketScape: Worldwide High-Speed Inkjet Press 2019-2020 Vendor Assessment"1 in particular noted Ricoh's "business development programs with high visibility and strong reputation" as powerful complements to a robust technology portfolio.
Lexmark Retail to Showcase latest Innovations in Print and Digital Signage Solutions at NRF 2020 Vision
LEXINGTON, Ky., Jan. 10, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ --Lexmark, a global imaging solutions leader, today announced that they will be showcasing their award-winning printers and solutions that are designed with retail in mind at NRF 2020 Vision, Retail’s Big Show and Expo, Jan. 12 to 14, at the Jacob K Javits Center in New York. Lexmark will be located in booth 5637.
Ricoh enhances its award-winning inkjet portfolio with new monochrome-only platform boasting 50% higher speeds
EXTON, Pa., June 9, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Ricoh USA, Inc. has expanded its award-winning inkjet portfolio with the introduction of the new monochrome-only RICOH Pro VC40000 model. Joining the full-color Pro VC40000 family, this new K-only platform brings added depth to an extremely diverse inkjet toolset. It empowers printers to produce high-volume monochrome applications 50% faster than the platform's maximum performance at original launch, while driving down costs.
4.7 million people work from home in the United States [source]. The need for collaboration and meeting with co-workers does not go away when people transition to working from home, so it is no surprise that products like Zoom Meetings have realized huge growth.
Office automation is making a significant impact on the business world and with good reason. It includes streamlined, digital processes and overhauls for what used to be laborious and slow hard copy processes.
Is this a question you’ve been asking yourself as a business manager? Or is this a new concept – bringing production printing back in-house? Either way, it’s time to raise the issue.
Digital printing used to be expensive, it was cost-prohibitive to procure the equipment, and it required a professional on staff to initiate and monitor printing.
Times have changed, and printers have come a long way.
It's no secret that making significant changes to your print environment can save lots of money, and make your workplace run smoother. It's fair to be a little skeptical though – wondering how exactly managed print has such great benefits.
Managed print addresses print issues at the forefront – cost, supplies, and repair. They start with extensive data from a print audit to understand where you are with print spending and processes, and where you want to be.
Your document management systems just got way easier with capture and content management solutions. Congratulations! You are way ahead of the slow pack, and ready to keep pace with the digital competition.
However, there’s another obstacle for fully adopting content management in some organizations, which is getting team buy-in.
Human resources is an essential function of any office. However, it’s also important to remember how complex human resources is as a function. They evaluate personal information, collect more data, and communicate with employees through secure channels. They may also be privy to private personnel matters and have documentation that supports those issues.
With that, it’s more secure to have a paperless HR department than to continue with hard copy. Hard copy documents can so easily be lost, duplicated, misplaced, stolen, and more. Also, they take up a ton of storage space.
Finding information on production printing is a little challenging – it’s not always clear exactly what type of business it may work for, or how the implementation process will go.
Here’s some basic info to kick off the conversation: print jobs become production print at around 110 pages per minute for black and white and 70 pages per minute for color.
What kind of company can benefit from having an in-house production print team? Almost any company, yours included. Read on to see how it can benefit you.