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  • A Snapshot Of The Future From Ricoh Ireland

    Company unveils €250K investment in new Document Services Centre.

    (L-R) Stephen Palmer, managing director, Ricoh Ireland; Gary Owens, manager, Ricoh Ireland Print and Document Services; Phil Keoghan, CEO, Ricoh UK & Ireland; and Gary Hopwood, general manager, Ricoh Ireland(L-R) Stephen Palmer, managing director, Ricoh Ireland; Gary Owens, manager, Ricoh Ireland Print and Document Services; Phil Keoghan, CEO, Ricoh UK & Ireland; and Gary Hopwood, general manager, Ricoh Ireland

    Ricoh Ireland has recently announced details concerning a €250,000 investment it has made in a new 12,000ft² Document Services Centre in Glasnevin, Dublin. The facility has been developed with the intension of helping the company grow its document services revenue by 20 per cent in the next year, primarily by focusing on what it terms ‘the customer experience’. It will also boast a suite of innovative new service lines.

  • Digicom wins €100k tender for managed print services.

    Digicom and Ricoh will cut Eurofound’s print costs and increase productivity.

    Pictured at the announcement are L-R; Ray Byrne, channel director, Ricoh Ireland, Linda Byrne, ICT Assistant and Technical Support, Eurofound and Greg Clarke, managing director, Digicom.Pictured at the announcement are L-R; Ray Byrne, channel director, Ricoh Ireland, Linda Byrne, ICT Assistant and Technical Support, Eurofound and Greg Clarke, managing director, Digicom.

    • EU research agency based in Loughlinstown, Dublin invests initial €100K in new managed print service, with potential to grow this to €200K at renewal.
    • Solution reduces print costs by 30%, hardware by over 80% and reduces pages printed annually by 100,000
    • Increases staff productivity, document security and sustainability

    Digicom announced today (6 Feb 2017) that it has deployed a new managed print service (MPS) for Eurofound. The new service is helping the agency to cut print costs by one-third and hardware by over 80%.  It will also boost staff productivity, document security and more sustainable printing. The initial contract is valued at €100,000, with potential to grow this to €200,000 at renewal.

  • Full House For Larger EFI Users' Conference

     Customer pre-registrations grow 20 per cent for annual Las Vegas print industry event.

    L-R- EFI's Frank Mallozzi and customers at Connect 2014. Attendance for Connect 2015 is up 20%.L-R- EFI's Frank Mallozzi and customers at Connect 2014. Attendance for Connect 2015 is up 20%.EFI™ has confirmed that it will, once again, set a new record in attendees for its 15-year-old Connect users' conference. It announced a sell-out crowd of more than 1,500 EFI customers, partners and employees had registered for the 20-23 January event at the Las Vegas Wynn Resort. EFI said that customer attendance at Connect had grown significantly, with customer registrations up 20 per cent from Connect 2014.

  • Gandy Digital will launch new printer at Fespa Digital

    Fascin8tor 5m roll-to-roll printer will be a global debut

    Gandy Digital Fascin8tor Gandy Digital Fascin8torFESPA 2016 is to be the Launchpad for Canadian based Gandy Digital for its Fascin8tor 5m roll-to-roll printer. Gandy says that it delivers large format prints with very low ink consumption, without compromising print quality and regardless of speed. The company believes it will allow customers to increase productivity, extend their application portfolio and maximise job profitability.

  • New B/W Multifunctionals From Ricoh

    Ricoh launches A3 black-and-white multifunctionals with advanced tools for increased office productivity.

    Ricoh MP 2554SPRicoh MP 2554SPRicoh has launched the MP 2554SP/3054SP/3554SP Series of A3 black-and-white multifunctionals for heavy workloads in mid- to large-sized offices. The new printers form part of a larger range of Ricoh black-and-white multifunctionals that won the Buyers Laboratory LLC (BLI) 2015 A3 MFP Line of the Year Award. Ranging in speed from 25 to 60 ppm, the new devices print and copy in black & white and scan in full colour, and offer fax as an option. These new printers are being launched and made available in Ireland from April 30th.

  • New Digital Press For Anglo Printers

    Anglo Printers boosts revenue and customer base with €200K Ricoh investment.

    Pictured are (L-R) Padraic Kierans, managing director of Anglo Printers, with Paul Kealy Production Print Division of Ricoh IrelandPictured are (L-R) Padraic Kierans, managing director of Anglo Printers, with Paul Kealy Production Print Division of Ricoh IrelandRicoh Ireland has announced that Irish based Anglo Printers has boosted its revenue and customer base following a new deal with Ricoh Ireland worth almost €200,000. The investment involved the installation of Ricoh’s most advanced production print press in Anglo Printers’ Drogheda, Co. Louth, premises.

  • New Face At Ricoh Ireland

    Ricoh Ireland Appoints John McBride as Business Excellence Manager.

    John McBride Business Excellence Manager Ricoh IrelandJohn McBride Business Excellence Manager Ricoh Ireland

    Ricoh Ireland has announced the appointment of John Mc Bride as business excellence manager. This is a new role within Ricoh's growing Irish operations, and his appointment reflects the company's commitment to setting the highest standards as a responsible, customer-oriented market leader for managed print and document services.

  • Parajett Chooses Ricoh Pro VC60000

    The next generation continuous feed inkjet platform to shape the future.

    L – R Peter Williams - Executive Vice President, Production Printing Business Group, Ricoh Europe Yasuhiko Hosoe - Corporate Associate Vice President, General Manager Business Strategy Centre, Production Printing Business Division, Ricoh Company Ltd Anders Persson, CEO, Parajett Tommy Segelberg, Director Nordic Operations, Production Print Business Group, Ricoh EuropeL – R Peter Williams - Executive Vice President, Production Printing Business Group, Ricoh Europe Yasuhiko Hosoe - Corporate Associate Vice President, General Manager Business Strategy Centre, Production Printing Business Division, Ricoh Company Ltd Anders Persson, CEO, Parajett Tommy Segelberg, Director Nordic Operations, Production Print Business Group, Ricoh EuropeParajett, one of the largest printers in Scandinavia, based in Sweden, has been confirmed as yet another print service provider to order the new Ricoh Pro VC60000 continuous feed production inkjet.

    The company, an IT specialist and provider of direct response marketing promotional production for commercial clients, has also ordered a Ricoh Pro C9110.

  • Plus Print Stays Ahead With Ricoh

    Company doubles print capacity in €100K deal with Ricoh Ireland.

    Pictured announcing Ricoh Ireland's €100K deal with Plus Print are (L-R) Paul Kealy, Production Print Division, Ricoh Ireland, and John Kenny, Sales Director, Plus Print, at Plus Print in Dublin Industrial Estate.Pictured announcing Ricoh Ireland's €100K deal with Plus Print are (L-R) Paul Kealy, Production Print Division, Ricoh Ireland, and John Kenny, Sales Director, Plus Print, at Plus Print in Dublin Industrial Estate.

    Irish Printer of the Year, Plus Print has invested in an advanced digital production print press from Ricoh, the Ricoh Pro C7100X. The new machine was purchased to help the company double its print capacity and increase digital output by 40 per cent.

  • Quocirca has named Ricoh as Global Market Leader for the fifth consecutive year

    Ricoh maintains its leadership position

    Carsten Bruhn RicohCarsten Bruhn Ricoh

    Ricoh named a global market leader in Managed Print Services by Quocirca for fifth consecutive year - Analyst firm finds Ricoh's leadership rooted in "mature service portfolio," "strong global delivery capabilities" and "broader focus on IT services and business process automation"

  • Ricoh announces 110 jobs and €6.5M investment in new Irish HQ

    Ricoh Ireland plans to fill roles in the areas of technical engineering, software solutions, business development and operations management.

    (1)	Pictured at the opening of Ricoh's new Irish headquarters in Airside Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin are (L to R) Phil Keoghan, CEO, Ricoh UK and Ireland; Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD; and Gary Hopwood, General Manager, Ricoh Ireland(1) Pictured at the opening of Ricoh's new Irish headquarters in Airside Business Park, Swords, Co. Dublin are (L to R) Phil Keoghan, CEO, Ricoh UK and Ireland; Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Mary Mitchell O’Connor TD; and Gary Hopwood, General Manager, Ricoh Ireland

    • New jobs will more than double Irish staff base to 190 in next three years
    • A separate 30 jobs were created in the last 18 months, bringing current staff base to 80
    • Ricoh Ireland will look to fill roles in the areas of technical engineering, software solutions, business development and operations management.
    • Investment reflects consistent revenue growth for Ricoh Ireland, which aims to almost double revenues to reach €32M in next three years
    • New 4,200ft2 facility showcases best in technology and focuses on employee engagement and digital transformation
  • Ricoh are buying AnaJet

    This is Ricoh leading by example where it Empowers Global Customers to Bring New Value to Their Markets

    Ricoh announced on 8 January 2016 that it has reached an agreement to buy AnaJet, the leader in direct to garment (DTG) printing.  AnaJet is headquartered in Costa Mesa, California with a staff of 50, it will become a wholly owned subsidiary of Ricoh Printing Systems America, Inc. It will continue to operate under its current name and management team.

  • Ricoh At Hunkeler Innovationdays

    A New Dawn for Production Printing.

    Ricoh Pro VC60000Ricoh Pro VC60000It’s been confirmed that Ricoh is taking its production printing "New Dawn" theme to Hunkeler Innovationdays 2015, 23-26 February, at Lucerne, Switzerland. The company will be demonstrating the world's first public showing of the Ricoh Pro(tm) VC60000 next-generation, continuous feed, high volume inkjet platform.

  • Ricoh Ireland Receives Business Working Responsibly Mark.

     For a second time, Ricoh is recognised as a Company that hasresponsible and sustainable business practices

    Ricoh Ireland Receives Business Working Responsibly Mark for a Second TimeRicoh Ireland Receives Business Working Responsibly Mark for a Second Time

    Dublin Castle was the venue for Ricoh Ireland receiving certification to the Business Responsibly Working Mark.  It is the second time they received it and it recognises a select number of companies in Ireland that are leading the way for best practice corporate responsibility and sustainability. Ricoh received the Mark from Maurice Pratt, Business in the Community and An Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald at the annual CEO Forum on 25 Oct 2016.

  • Ricoh To Focus On Business Transformation At drupa 2016

    Company will demonstrate new ways to open new worlds at exhibition.

    Stephen Palmer head of production print Ricoh UK and IrelandStephen Palmer head of production print Ricoh UK and IrelandCreated around six zones based on New Worlds of Opportunity, the Ricoh stand at drupa 2016 has been designed for print service providers looking at ways to improve workflows, ramp-up productivity, increase profitability and find a way to access new market opportunities. The company’s stand will be located in Hall 8a on stand B46 during the show, which is scheduled to run from May 31 to June 10 in Düsseldorf.

  • Ricoh ‘Imagine Change Challenge’

    Ricoh Ireland’s Anthony Vaughan joins €140,000 fundraising initiative for liver disease research.

    Ricoh Ireland’s Anthony Vaughan pictured during the Ricoh imagine change Challenge, a 1,445 kilometre cycle from London to Barcelona to raise funds for the Institute of Liver Studies.Ricoh Ireland’s Anthony Vaughan pictured during the Ricoh imagine change Challenge, a 1,445 kilometre cycle from London to Barcelona to raise funds for the Institute of Liver Studies.Ricoh Ireland’s Anthony Vaughan has joined the Ricoh imagine change Challenge, a 1,445 kilometre cycle from London to Barcelona organised by Ricoh Europe. The venture is an initiative which is aimed at raising £100,000 (€140,000) for the Institute of Liver Studies, a recognised European Centre of Excellence in King’s College Hospital, London.

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