Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Ricoh expands service portfolio with launch of Ricoh Capital in Ireland





Ricoh expands service portfolio 
with launch of Ricoh Capital in Ireland











* New offering will give Irish organisations the opportunity to make
strategic technology and service investments without capital outlay

Dublin, 10th October 2012 - Ricoh, the global technology and document
services company, today announced the launch of 'Ricoh Capital' in
Ireland.  The new service will provide installation leasing contracts to
organisations throughout Ireland. It enables businesses to acquire Ricoh
technology and services without capital outlay and to manage their
entire print and document solutions, including service, software and
financing, with one single partner.

The investment will be made available through the Ricoh Capital fund in
Ireland to enable new customer deals over the next 12 months.

Ricoh Ireland has designed Ricoh Capital to support the specific needs
of private and public sector organisations in the country at this time.
With access to credit remaining tight, Ricoh's new offering gives
businesses in Ireland increased agility and the ability to make
purchasing decisions quickly.

Ricoh Capital is being made available to its existing Irish customer
base and will also be rolled out to suitable prospective customers. It
expects a significant number of organisations throughout Ireland to take
advantage of this new offering, which offers full consultative and
financial support.

Matthew McCann, director, Ricoh Ireland, said, "We have launched Ricoh
Capital to give Irish organisations another viable option as they look
to make investments which can improve their businesses today. Our
research in the Irish market has shown that organisations here are
seeking partners which offer increased flexibility in the way they
conduct business, and also are trusted and stable. The fact that Ricoh
Ireland is an important part of a successful global organisation is also
crucial.

"By offering an alternative to the traditional vendor-customer
relationship model that typically exists in Ireland, we are able to
develop long term partnerships, delivering high standards of financial
support and full collaboration with our customers' needs."