NEW ORLEANS, Oct. 10, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- SGIA EXPO, Booth 1351 -- Ricoh USA, Inc. today unveiled its plans for SGIA EXPO, where its recently formed Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group will showcase the rapid growth of its industrial print portfolio and inkjet developments. A mix of brand-new, recently announced and proven offerings will be on display, along with on-site experts ready to explain how Ricoh can help them broaden revenue streams. Attendees of SGIA EXPO, taking place October 10-12 in New Orleans, are invited to take a look at Ricoh in booth 1351.
"The signage and graphics markets are incredibly exciting right now, as the quality and accessibility of technology continues to grow," said John Fulena, Vice President, Commercial & Industrial Printing Business Group, Ricoh USA, Inc. "Our recently formed organization is evolving just as fast, as we look to uncover new and better ways to serve these markets. Where we are this year is vastly different from where we were last year, and we expect to be able to say the same at this time next year. This is an industry that demands constant innovation and growth, and that's a pace Ricoh was designed to sustain."
Ricoh's industrial print offerings and experts are helping customers, established and new to the market, to broaden their revenue streams:
Ricoh's commitment to helping customers achieve graphic greatness will also be on display at SGIA EXPO. At a time when many printers are looking for new ways to expand existing partnerships, drive down costs and increase margins, adding cutsheet is an attractive option. Ricoh works with customers to bring these capabilities to their shops, in terms of hardware, software, training, service and support including:
Beyond the Booth
With increasing integration between different types of print, Ricoh's deep and varied expertise has become even more of an asset as printers from all backgrounds look to add new capabilities and broaden revenue streams. Recognizing this, Ricoh executives will be leading informative sessions for SGIA EXPO attendees. Tuesday, October 10, at 10:30 a.m. in room 338, Dan Johansenwill host "For Long-Term Growth, Consider Bringing Wide Format and Cutsheet Under the Same Roof," a session that makes the business case for adding new capabilities, as well as tips for how to add those capabilities in a way that promotes sustainable growth. The next day, Wednesday, October 11, at 1 p.m. in room 335, Toby Saalfield will lead the discussion "Grow Color Gamut to Make Signage Pop." Saalfield's session will highlight the importance of both an expanded color gamut and color consistency, both of which can gain or lose audience attention or make or break a campaign.
Visit Ricoh's booth #1351 to take home a customized t-shirt, printed on the Ri 3000 in a matter of seconds; and also enter its #LookatRicoh social media contest to win an award-winning RICOH Theta 360 degree camera. Times and details can be found here.
For details on Ricoh's full line of products, services and solutions for the production print market, please visit www.takealookatricoh.com and follow the conversation on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter using #LookAtRicoh.