Sydney, 21 August 2018 - Ricoh, a leading provider of smart workplace technology, will showcase a range of new industry-leading digital collaboration technology solutions at this week’s Integrate Expo, being staged at the Sydney International Convention Centre from 22 – 24 August 2018.
Ricoh’s new digital infrastructure solutions include an array of visual display tools, interactive solutions, wireless presentation technologies, room control systems, virtual huddle spaces workspace management tools, digital signage and visitor management solutions. These solutions all aim to provide companies with better user experiences, engaged teams, optimised workflows and anytime anywhere collaboration.
On display at Integrate 2018 will be a range of Ricoh high definition interactive whiteboard (IWB) solutions. These include:
- Ricoh D5520 IWB enables organisations to speed up collaboration across their teams and offices. It features Windows Controller and Logitech Meet up, Wireless connectivity via Air server, and integrates with Office 365, allowing meeting notes recording and launcher for applications via the whiteboard.
- Ricoh D6500 whiteboard features a high definition Interactive display with whiteboard controller and secure authentication using Streamline NX and a Logitech Meet Up Camera and microphone.
- Ricoh D7500 ultra high definition IWB features Windows high powered i5 Controller, Logitech Smart Dock (including Flex), Logitech Meetup with extension microphone and Skype for business native integration.
- Ricoh D8400 Ultra High definition IWB includes a Windows high powered i7 Controller and Logitech Rally 4K Camera.
In addition, this series of interactive screens will all be linked to each other and showcase streamline, UCSA and vendor applications, including Skype for Business. The stand will also incorporate Ricoh’s partner applications and equipment from organisation, including Condeco, Logitech, Time & People and Cisco Meraki.
Ricoh management will also participate on several panel discussions during Integrate 2018. Todd Vandenburg, National Connect & Collaborate Manager, will participate on the “AV and IT In the Age of PC Collaboration” panel on Wednesday 22 August while Ragu Satkunam, Portfolio and Strategy Manager - Collaboration, will participate in a discussion on “Transitioning to a Digital Workplace” on Thursday 23 August.
“We look forward to showcasing our innovative range of user-friendly solutions at Integrate 2018 which enable companies to work collaboratively while boosting productivity and employee engagement,” says Ragavan Satkunam, Portfolio and Strategy Manager - Collaboration, Ricoh Australia. “These solutions also improve worklife by promoting the open flow of information through the use of effective, secure technologies as well as providing an seamless collaboration with anyone, anywhere, anytime on any platform. We look forward to sharing our insight, experience and industry best practice approaches with the industry at Integrate 2018.”
Ricoh’s booth number at Integrate 2018 is E14.
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, 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 2018, Ricoh Group had worldwide sales of 2,063 billion yen (approx. 19.4 billion USD).
For further information, please visit: http://www.ricoh.com.au
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