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Software sales and customer solutions put Ricoh on top

Software sales and customer solutions put Ricoh on top

Ricoh Group announced as Kofax Global Partner of the Year

Auckland, 21 March 2014 - The Ricoh Group was announced as Kofax Global Partner of the Year at a conference in California last week in acknowledgement of its outstanding results and long-term partnership with the business process automation software company.

Ricoh New Zealand was also recognised for its depth of technical and consulting expertise, its significant sales across Australasia, its continued commitment to training, and for the innovative solutions it has designed for a number of customers.

Ricoh New Zealand’s Managing Director, Mike Pollok, was in San Diego to accept the award and says it was an honour to be recognised by the US software manufacturer.

“It means a lot to be recognised both at a Group level as the top partner for Kofax across all of its territories, and for our work here in New Zealand. I firmly believe in the product and the productivity and bottom line results it can deliver to organisations of all sizes.

“I was proud to accept the award on behalf of Ricoh New Zealand’s skilled team of business process analysts who have expertly configured Kofax’s scan-and-capture solutions to meet the needs of clients including Turners & Growers, Ballance, Croxley and Transdiesel,” says Pollok.

About Ricoh
Ricoh is a global technology company specialising in office imaging equipment, production print solutions, document management systems and IT services.

Ricoh New Zealand Limited is a wholly owned subsidiary of Ricoh Company Limited, Japan. Head office is located in Auckland, with a comprehensive network of offices providing sales, service and support in all areas of the country.

Ricoh is known for the quality of its technology, the exceptional standard of its customer service and sustainability initiatives.

Under its corporate tagline, imagine. change. Ricoh helps companies transform the way they work and harness the collective imagination of their employees.


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