A ‘Feast’ of Innovation with Ricoh

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Subang Jaya (22 June 2017) — It was an innovative affair filled with modern solutions and gadgets at Ricoh’s ‘Buka Bersama’ event. The global leader in office solutions provided its invited guests a sneak peek of its newest Direct to Garment (DTG) print technology in a special fashion showcase ahead of its official launch in August 2017.

Designed to make professional, high-quality apparel printing easier, faster and more flexible on various medium, the Direct to Garment printers enable quick process from design to print, with its incredible software print speeds as fast as 27 seconds a shirt. Apart from that, guests marvelled at the wonders of 3D printing with the various 3D accessories on display, which has taken the world by storm in industries such as education, engineering, medical, architecture and more.

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Guests were further entertained when some lucky winners walked away with hampers during the lucky draw sessions, including prizes through Ricoh’s Facebook contest. The highlight of the night was Ricoh’s plans to further emphasise on Workstyle Innovation adding to the list of innovations guests experienced at the event.

Going with Ricoh’s new ‘Empowering Digital Workplaces’ value proposition, Ricoh is introducing a ‘New Way to Work’ through Workstyle Innovation. The concept enables businesses to seamlessly connect business processes, simplifying complex tasks and making them accessible throughout the organisation with just a click of a button.

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The new workstyle allows businesses to get their message across faster and stay a step ahead of the curve. In short, Workstyle Innovation is the future of office automation and makes working effectively anytime.

“In this day and age, information is king. We strive to provide the best IT solutions, something that is essential to propel businesses forward with the ever-developing business demands. One of the solutions we are focusing on is Workstyle Innovation, designed to revolutionise the way businesses operate, paving the way for the next generation of workers with the right workflow, workplace and workstyle possible with solutions and shared devices for a more efficient output,” said newly-appointed Chief Operating Officer of Ricoh Malaysia, Ms. Alice Lee.

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She added, “Businesses today need to adapt to these developments or risk being left behind. Going beyond the many innovations, we hope to open more doors of possibilities for businesses.”

To find out more, visit www.ricoh.com.my.