"At Ricoh, we know documents are essential for business. For your business to succeed, and to keep up, you need to deliver cost effective, high quality, secure document services. You must evolve as business needs and technologies change, while effectively reaching out to clients with new services and workflows-and rarely can you do this alone.Notice "creative insights, deliver effective answers, and integrate new systems within your infrastructure." Consider that Ricoh bought Ikon. Then consider that Info Print is Ricoh + IBM. Then consider that they are advertising at WhatTheyThink.com.
Ricoh's Production Printing Business Group (PPBG) is a trusted partner that listens and understands your unique needs in order to provide creative insights, deliver effective answers, and integrate new systems within your infrastructure."
I'm betting that they don't have a real presence in education/health/government enterprise solutions, but the IBM thing should be a cause for concern. I assume that folks on our team are talking about this.
Erasable Paper? Global Output Network?