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Re: Big changes at Ricoh USA Today, what's old becomes new, what goes around comes around. It's 1986 again" . 

mnchstr ·
Interesting webinar. It makes complete sense for Ricoh to do this, after all they have been selling hardware and service at dealer cost or below and just shipping supplies to anyone who asks. They finally figured out that they can't actually make any money doing that. I had a direct proposal that said "we don't charge for excessive toner usage (we do) we don't even care how much toner you use". One of the colleges I used to have is paying $0.03 for 100% coverage 12x18 single clicks on a...
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Re: Big changes at Ricoh USA Today, what's old becomes new, what goes around comes around. It's 1986 again" . 

Jason H ·
MNCHSTR, We stopped being a single line savin dealer the day our rep came in after the Ricoh/IKOn merger and said "if you walk into an account that has Ikon you should turn away and walk out. And if you're lucky enough to get in the organization you will get killed by RBS pricing." After that we realized we wanted to take on multiple product lines. We started with Samsung and then went to Kyocera. Kyocera last only about a year or so until we dumped them, and we added Canon. Now we have...
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