At Ricoh, we are committed to helping our customers address and resolve their key challenges, whether that is to reduce business costs, implement better information security management or become more environmentally sustainable.
Reduce Business Costs
The pressure to spend less without losing the competitive edge has never been greater. Our unique ACS approach to analysing processes is proven to deliver savings, and increase productivity. We do this by improving communications, asset management and document quality, and by offering a range of support services designed to reduce your costs and increase efficiency.
Browse our portfolio of services and solutions to see how we can reduce your business costs
Another key challenge today is the risk of security breaches. A pan-European survey conducted by
Coleman Parkes Research revealed that 52% of businesses across Europe lack sufficient policies to protect their confidential documents.
Ricoh can set up and monitor a comprehensive and centralised document governance strategy that will increase your security and simplify your business processes.
To find out more, request further information from an information security specialist
Last but not least, is it possible – even in tough economic conditions – to protect the planet at the same time as your business? Our experience tells us that environmental and economic sustainability are not at opposite ends of the spectrum. At Ricoh, we believe that the key to striking an effective balance, is to link environmental commitments to potential cost savings at the initial planning process of any document or IT solution.
Companies might sensibly reduce their cleantech investments as cash flow runs low, but sustaining green commitments is an essential way to drive efficiencies and optimise profits in tough business conditions. Our Environmental Accounting Programme identifies business processes with high environmental impacts, and finds a green and economically viable solution.
Read more about our commitment to the environment and sustainability