RICOH India’s 360o Experience brings total enhancement in office productivity

Under its unique exposition titled 360O Experience held recently in New Delhi, RICOH India brings the whole range of cutting-edge technologies to enhance office productivity in Document Management, IT Services and Communications. Print & Publishing captures a glance of the prolific showcase which marked the company’s quest for customers’ delight. The overall concept of RICOH India’s 360o Experience has brought in one-stop shop offerings to holistically meet all requirements of its customers by seemingly integrating technology to boost productivity and office efficiencies. In his speech at the launch of 360o Experience, Tetsuya Takato, MD & CEO, RICOH India Ltd asserted, “In India, we expect an overall IT spending to reach US$ 71.3 million this year which is a 5.9 percent increase over 2013 forecast with most of the growth driven by spending on IT service. So is the reason why India is one of the most crucial markets in the world for RICOH.”

Into a growth journey

Inspired by its tagline ‘Imagine. Change’, RICOH helps companies and individuals transform the way they work and harness their collective imagination. To this end, RICOH has created offerings that address the ever-evolving and diverse needs of customers – from Imaging Solutions to IT Services to Communication at 360o Experience. “Organisation of all sizes from SMEs to large enterprises are looking at growing their business and expand rapidly into Tier IV and Tier V markets.

We want to be part of this growth journey and take care of their requirements by offering customised and best technology end-to-end solutions from RICOH,” addressed Tetsuya.

Products on display

Showing the company’s completeness in productivity and office efficiencies, 360o Experience brought on display a gamut of machines and cutting-edge technologies to enhance business towards a new direction. The showcase highlighted a whole spectrum of RICOH’s most affordable workaholic Aficio SP Series lasert printers along with the company’s widely demanded digital presses like RICOH Pro C901/C901s Graphic Art+, RICOH Pro C651EX/C751EX/C751, etc. “In today’s dynamic business scenario, companies are being cautious before investing in a new technology and are focusing more on ROI. So, RICOH has adopted a new business framework which extends from IT infrastructure to business process consulting,” said Manoj Kumar, senior vice president & CFO, RICOH India Ltd.

Group Publications