interviews with hundreds of customers. After a thorough validation process, we were left with 207 locations representing a device population of 237 MFPs.” “This year Konica Minolta MFPs were ranked the highest overall with respect to Image Quality, beating out rivals such as Canon, HP, Ricoh, Xerox and others,” added Slawetsky. “Konica Minolta also was rated highest in Printer Capability, Scanning Capability and more. Based on feedback from end users, anyone with stringent image quality requirements
its presence and further its commitment to the channel community. NASBA will help Ricoh connect to more than 15,000 of NASBA’s reseller members and 45 vendor partners. NASBA has the single largest IT sales channel of its kind and Ricoh will be able to utilize its relationship to recruit more resellers, increase sales with existing resellers and create broader exposure of Ricoh’s brand, channel reseller programs and product offerings. Ricoh is committed to supporting NASBA’s reseller members and
across the southwestern U.S., which sold out to DANKA. He started Documation after his departure from DANKA. o POA has locations throughout the states of Oregon and Washington, including Seattle, Portland, etc. In addition, the company also has a location in Phoenix & Tucson. o Carries Konica Minolta, Sharp, Ricoh, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard, and Xerox printers. o Owned by Terry Newsom o Founded in 1976
IPro is one of Ricoh's new 3rd party solution providers and they have a product that has a built in "bates" solution. I have not had time to research it yet but I will see it in September at the Ricoh Developers Conference. Here is a small brochure i found.
Correct. B2C means "Black to Color." This term was created about 5 years ago to designate the "next big thing" in the industry, which was the move from black & white output to color output in the office. Sort of along the lines of "A-to-D" for the Analog to Digital transition. I think the results of the last few years are proof that this revolution has happened (and is still happening). And to re-iterate what Eddie 2 Times said, Ricoh color MFPs can be used in a B2C environment (traditionally
or comparison! Oh, and do not waste your toner to give your competitor free advertising! BTW, JasonR, you had it right the first time. See good plain English explanation at http://www.dancingwithlawyers....freeinfo/libel.shtml (ignore the sales pitch at the end). "Defamation is written or spoken injury to a person or organization's reputation. Libel is the written act of defamation, vs. slander, the oral act of defamation." Does the letter (written distributed document) libel the former
Allow me to comment on this for a moment. Ricoh B2C is a strategy, not a product. The conecpt of B2C came about as an effort to transform B&W customers into color. The B2C strategy was to offer a system that was equivalent to B&W systems in every feature and function, with comparable B&W CPC. Most importantly, systems like this did not need a color specialist to sell as typical customers were just looking to make sure reference colors were in place (ie red apples, blue sky, and green grass
I have never seen a Ricoh printer (or any other laser printer) consistently produce printed envelopes without creasing the paper. 3 "flaps" of paper going thru pressure and heat - like ironing shirt collar. Humidity seems to affect this more than anything else. GelSprinters won't wrinkle your envelopes. It doesn't appear you can select number 10 size envelopes. I think you will have to input the length and width as a custom size.
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