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Ricoh Shifts Business Strategies
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Pearl V
 
By Pearl V
Published on 01/28/2011
 
Ricoh has now decided that they would invest $300 million in their Managed Document Services also known as MDS which is one of the most popular office document management services. The company announced that this will not only help Ricoh to grow but also provide effective document management to their customers who can improve their workflow and increase their productivity in the future.

Ricoh Shifts Business Strategies
Do you believe that office document management is necessary for the productivity of your business? Well, a lot of people today believe that office documentation can really play a vital role in the development of your business and that is why people prefer to go for some of the best digital office equipments that can help their employees to work in a better environment and make their customers happy. Ricoh is one of the leading manufacturers of digital office equipment and recently Ricoh global announcement was that they are going to have a shift in their business model that will help their customers to be more productive than ever before.

Ricoh has now decided that they would invest $300 million in their Managed Document Services also known as MDS which is one of the most popular office document management services. The company announced that this will not only help Ricoh to grow but also provide effective document management to their customers who can improve their workflow and increase their productivity in the future. Ricoh also announced that they recently hired IDC for a research and it was found that many companies can save their valuable capital if they know how to go for effective document management. Angele Boyd, IDC Group Vice President and General Manager of Imaging/Output Document Solutions and SMB said that any company that spends $250 million on office document management can now save up to $6 with the help of new office document management by Ricoh.

In another research done together by Ricoh and IDC it was found that most companies are aware that their information and document workflow is not correct but they don't know how they can bring it all together in the right way and cut down their cost. However, since Ricoh is a pioneer in this field they found that it could be because of various factors like low level of awareness among the executives in the office and also because of the fragmentation of departments in the office. Ricoh’s President and CEO, Shiro Kondo said that this new business model shift will allow them to achieve their annual targets by 2013.


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