One challenge is maintaining and equipping both traditional offices and home-workers’ offices.
With the integration, Ricoh says clients can identify trends, detect production bottlenecks, and gain new insights.
“Combining education with real-world experience is exactly what the printing industry needs…”
Overall, most companies reported lack of components, as well as rising costs for both components and shipping, and large backorders.
DocuWare, a provider of document-management and workflow-automation solutions, and acquired by Ricoh Company in 2019, reported results for its financial...
“As the world looks to additive manufacturing in an effort to overcome continuing supply-chain challenges, shipments in the strategic Industrial and Design price classes were up.”
About $40 billion of cargo – including printers and MFPs – sitting in cargo ships off the U.S. East Coast waiting to be unloaded.
Sales and earnings up despite continuing higher raw materials, parts, and freight costs.
And the continued shift to a hybrid work environment means traditional MPS providers must adapt their offerings or risk losing out to IT service providers.
Spending will be at a much slower pace than in 2021 due to spending cutbacks on PCs, tablets, and printers by consumers.
Cloud-based solution revenue continues to grow, as well as new customers.
Overall, most company share prices are close to what they were pre-pandemic, but there are two important exceptions.
To the peril of printer companies, DX adoption is increasing around the world, a market that IDC forecasts will reach $1.8 trillion in global spending this year.
There can be big hurdles for dealers getting into managed IT, but they may have natural advantages that competitors, including OEMs, lack.
On June 16th, Ricoh Europe announced that its expanded its document-finishing options for its production-print customers with…
“This DX Stock selection is a milestone in Ricoh’s transformation into a digital services company, and we will continue to accelerate our transformation efforts.”