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Ricoh welcomes InfoPrint to their stand at PacPrint

12 May 2009, Sydney: Ricoh is anticipating a busy exhibition stand at this month’s PacPrint, with its complete line of end-to-end offerings and the inclusion of the InfoPrint Solutions Company, a joint venture between Ricoh and IBM, on hand to showcase their latest range of digital software and hardware products.
  • 12 May, 2009 13:17

<p>Kathy Wilson, Ricoh Australia’s General Manager of Production and Business Solution, is looking forward to the opportunity for the two companies to display together. “Our collaborative innovation and expertise in digital technology offers new value and service to clients in the production spectrum. This partnership means we can provide a wide offering to clients – cut sheet to continuous feed, high quality black &amp; white and colour production devices and comprehensive integrated solutions. Having InfoPrint side-by-side with us at PacPrint emphasises our commitment to offering the latest in hardware and software, combined with our focus on building relationships,” she explained.</p>
<p>"This partnership between InfoPrint and Ricoh marks our joint commitment to the provision of quality consulting, design, integration and implementation services in a rapidly expanding market. In these tough times, our line of products and services are well-positioned to meet the needs of customers who are focussed on maximising returns and achieving efficiency in their printing processes. Together, InfoPrint and Ricoh's business philosophy is built on one important factor – to make our customers successful through the capitalisation of innovative technologies with strong business value," said Rene Kisselbach, Director for Australia &amp; New Zealand, InfoPrint Solutions Company.</p>
<p>“At PacPrint we will be demonstrating some of our solutions for transpromo and print-on-demand; products that show how real opportunities lie ahead for customers in terms of creating new revenue streams and increased efficiencies for their markets,“ he added.</p>
<p>At PacPrint, Ricoh will be launching new engines along with fully-integrated software. They also recently launched the Pro C900 in Australia, which offers the fastest speed in its class of up to 90 ppm in full colour, an average monthly print volume of 170,000 and duty cycle of 400,000, the Pro C900 is Ricoh’s first high volume colour printer. Amongst its industry leading in-line finishing, it also boasts the first ever fully automated ring-binder finisher.</p>
<p>“We’re excited about PacPrint. Our exhibit this year is bigger and better than previous inclusions. We had a huge first impression last year at Drupa, and something similar is planned for PacPrint,” Wilson said. “Ricoh have truly evolved from an ‘office printing company’ to a key player in the production printing industry, with even more innovations yet to come.”</p>
<p>Media Note: for further information, please contact:
James Fewtrell
Ricoh Australia
0419 693 611</p>
<p>Rene Kisselbach
Director and Country Manager, Australia and New Zealand, InfoPrint Solutions Company
02 9691 1207 / 0434 070 030
Rene.kisselbach@au1.ibm.com</p>

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