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09.04.2019, 15:09

Empowering Workforces to Focus on Core Activities

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Ricoh has launched a series of smart compact multi-function printers (MFPs) to help automate everyday document processes.

 

According to the manufacturer, the Ricoh IM 350, IM 350F and IM 430F black and white MFPs combine fast, high-quality printing with scanning and copying functionality.

 

A new platform, RICOH Smart Integration, enables users to tailor workflow solutions for their specific needs by integrating their office devices and cloud services. Here, easy-to-use apps connect the devices to popular third-party cloud services. This ensures that important information can be accessed, used and shared as required, thus allowing users to work in a more efficient and cost effective way.

 

The devices are part of Ricoh’s Dynamic Workplace Intelligence approach and the latest in its range of Intelligent Devices. Each features Ricoh’s 10.1 inch Smart Operation Panel, allowing the automation of often time-consuming processes. In addition, RICOH Intelligent Support ensures software upgrades can be performed remotely via the panel to maximise uptime for users.

 

Announcing the product launch, David Mills, Ricoh Europe CEO, said:

"As businesses of all sizes rise to the challenges brought about by the digital age, the demand for intelligent devices gathers further momentum. With office rental remaining at a premium and many businesses looking to better utilise their space, this range of devices forms a compact and reliable smart office assistant."

 

Visit www.ricoh.co.uk for additional information.

 

 

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