Ricoh Americas represents Japan's Ricoh Company in Central America, North America, and South America. The unit markets, sells, and supports printers, copiers, fax machines, multifunction devices, optical media, Ethernet adaptors, and related parts and supplies. Its imaging systems include color, black and white, and wide-format models. Ricoh also provides – more... document and network management software, as well as services such as business process automation, document management, mobile printing from smartphones and other devices, and cost-reduction. Its operations encompass the Lanier and Savin brands.
Ricoh Americas expanded its forensic services in 2012, acquiring computer forensics and electronic discovery firm HSSK Forensics. HSSK offerered technology known as Remlox that allowed remote gather a forensic image of a computer without having to physically visit the premises where it is located.
Ricoh Americas is also the parent of Ricoh Canada. – less
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I received an email that Ricoh was hiring outside account executives so I applied online. I have been away from B2B since 2011.
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