Ricoh Offers New Ways to Access and Manage Information

Ricoh wants to help students, faculty and school staff to capture, transform and better manage information. So the OEM has unveiled a Multifunction Printer (MFP) called the ‘MFP for Education Series’.

The new release will interface with Learning Management Systems (LMS), cloud storage and print management software options to help modernize schools and campuses. The ‘MFP for Education Series’ is also equipped with a large operation panel to facilitate use of optional software solutions and built-in paper tray locks to combat improper use and promote device uptime.

‘The MFP for Education Series’ comprises an extensive selection of both color and monochrome models from 25 to 60 pages per minute, which the company expects can meet any school or campus need. Further, the new series enable users to scan-directly-to and print-directly-from optional cloud services, by pairing with Ricoh’s integrated Cloud Environment tailored for education (ICE – Cloud Education Package).

Renaud Rodrigue, Vice President, Higher Education, Ricoh Americas Corporation, said, “When it comes to output devices at schools and on campuses, two major goals I hear from people on campus are: one, improving uptime of communal printers, and, two, improving integration with cloud services and learning management systems, which can vastly improve students’ ability to learn, faculty’s ability to teach, and administrators’ ability to work efficiently. The MFP for Education Series addresses both, driving increased uptime – and therefore more available printers per user – and facilitating integration with the software that is so vital to the modern education environment.”


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