Launch of the IM 7000 and IM 9000 monochrome multifunction printers
RICOH Unleashes High Speed Printing for Australian Business with New Range of Monochrome A3 Multi-Function Printers
Sydney, 31 March 2021 – RICOH, a leading provider of workplace technology, today launched its high speed, flagship all-in-one A3 black and white multi-function office printers (MFP) providing Australian businesses with a boost to productivity and performance while also supporting digital workflow optimisation with a suite of end-to-end applications.
The new IM 7000 and IM 9000 MFPs provide copy, print, scan with optional fax and are an ideal solution for businesses which have no requirement for colour printing but still require robust finishing, high volume black and white prints, and rapid colour scanning.
Designed with speed in mind, the IM 9000 delivers a blistering 90ppm whilst both models scan at 240 impressions per minute in black and white and colour. They support large high-volume office spaces, copy rooms and large workgroups generating average copy volumes up to 34,000 pages per month.
The latest generation 10.1 inch Smart Operation Panel offers a revamped user interface and smoother touch response while basic finishing is made easy with all new finishers that support sorting, stapling and up to six different folding techniques.
These include a small paper tray, double feed detection option for the Single Pass Document Feeder (SPDF), a 1,250-sheet output sorting tray and a slim-line multi-folding unit that enables in-house production using typical fold types without the need for production level space requirements. Customers also have peace of mind that their devices are always protected with the latest security features.
Additionally, RICOH Always Current Technology, RICOH Intelligent Support, and RICOH Smart Integration enable customers to keep their device up to date with periodic feature upgrades without having to buy a new device. These maximise uptime with proactive device support and in a new subscription model enable users to add software solutions and cloud services with zero upfront costs thereby optimising their document management workflows.
Businesses with international operations can also collaborate with teams remotely across the globe with documents shared seamlessly and safely from smartphones and tablets via the RICOH Smart Device Connector app.
Sul Koralege, Assistant Product Manager, RICOH Australia, said, “In today’s always-switched-on, fast-paced world, businesses and public sector departments need to be more responsive than ever before. These new MFPs are more than just a copier, printer and scanner, they elevate your work quality with seamless functions while delivering outstanding print performance.
“At the same time, whether you’re a business, government department or working in a specialised market such as education, you can now consolidate smaller MFPs and printers into a single high print volume device while enjoying reliability, robust features, enhanced productivity, reliability, and ease-of-use. “At the end of the day, fast printing lets you get more done while in-built finishing options gives you professional quality documents at a fraction of the cost of other devices.”
RICOH is empowering digital workplaces using innovative technologies and services enabling individuals to work smarter. For more than 80 years, RICOH has been driving innovation and is a leading provider of document management solutions, IT services, communications services, commercial and industrial printing, digital cameras, and industrial systems. Headquartered in Tokyo, RICOH Group operates in approximately 200 countries and regions. In the financial year ended March 2020, RICOH Group had worldwide sales of 2,008 billion yen (approx. 18.5 billion USD).
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