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The Ricoh
Ricoh
Company, Ltd. (株式会社リコー, Kabushiki-gaisha Rikō) is a Japanese multinational imaging and electronics company. It was founded by the RIKEN
RIKEN
zaibatsu on 6 February 1936 as Riken Sensitized Paper (理研感光紙, Riken Kankōshi). Ricoh's headquarters are located in Ricoh
Ricoh
Building in Chūō, Tokyo.[1] Ricoh
Ricoh
produces electronic products, primarily cameras and office equipment such as printers, photocopiers, fax machines, offers Software as a Service (SaaS) document management solutions such as DocumentMall, RicohDocs, document solutions such as GlobalScan, Print&Share[2] and also offers Projectors. In the late 1990s through early 2000s, the company grew to become the largest copier manufacturer in the world. During this time, Ricoh
Ricoh
acquired Savin, Gestetner, Lanier, Rex-Rotary, Monroe, Nashuatec, IKON and most recently IBM
IBM
Printing Systems Division / Infoprint Solutions Company. Although the Monroe brand was discontinued, products continue to be marketed worldwide under the remaining brand names. In 2006, Ricoh acquired the European operations of Danka for $210 million. These operations continue as a stand-alone business unit, under the Infotec brand.

Contents

1 History 2 Operations

2.1 Regional headquarters 2.2 Ricoh
Ricoh
Research

3 Products 4 Sponsorships 5 References 6 External links

History[edit] The company was founded in 1936. Before relocating to Chūō, Ricoh was first in Minato, Tokyo.[3] In 2006 Ricoh's headquarters moved to the Ricoh
Ricoh
Building, a 25-story building in the Ginza
Ginza
area in Chūō; there it occupies the same space as its sales offices.[4] During the 1960s and 1970s Ricoh
Ricoh
made wrist watches for both the Japanese domestic market and international markets, briefly entering into a partnership with Hamilton Watch Company, for the creation of the Ricoh
Ricoh
Hamilton Electric watch.[5] Throughout the late 1980s and early 1990s, Ricoh
Ricoh
was the primary manufacturer of Pitney-Bowes
Pitney-Bowes
copiers. They have also manufactured copiers for Toshiba, fax machines for AT&T Corporation and Omnifax, as well as a wide variety of equipment for numerous other companies including duplicators for AB Dick. They also manufactured the Ricoh 2A03
Ricoh 2A03
8-bit processor used in the Nintendo
Nintendo
Entertainment System. In 2003 Ricoh
Ricoh
bought naming rights to the CNE Coliseum (now known as Ricoh
Ricoh
Coliseum) in Toronto. In 2004 Ricoh
Ricoh
acquired Hitachi
Hitachi
Printing Solutions, Ltd creating a new company, Ricoh
Ricoh
Printing Systems, Ltd. In 2005 Ricoh
Ricoh
bought the naming rights to the stadium/entertainment complex, home to Coventry City Football Club
Coventry City Football Club
now called the Ricoh Arena. In September 2005 Ricoh
Ricoh
launched its new designed logo for the ricoh brand. The logo used before has been introduced in 1986.[6] In November 2006, Ricoh
Ricoh
announced the integration of the head office of Ricoh
Ricoh
Europe B.V. (REBV) in Amstelveen, Netherlands, with NRG's European headquarters in London, United Kingdom. This was completed on April 1, with the former NRG HQ in London
London
becoming the Strategic HQ and the former REBV HQ in Amstelveen
Amstelveen
becoming the Operational HQ. This mirrors a similar process which took place in the US with Lanier and Ricoh
Ricoh
USA. This integration was the first step in integration within each country in Europe. A single country organisation was created in Austria on July 1, 2007, the UK integration being currently in process and integration also taking place in Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands
Netherlands
and Spain. On January 25, 2007, Ricoh
Ricoh
announced purchase of IBM
IBM
Printing Systems Division for $725 million and investment in a 3-year joint venture to form the new Ricoh
Ricoh
subsidiary, InfoPrint Solutions Company, with a 51% share. In February 2008, Ricoh
Ricoh
partnered up with PrinterOn to set up two new HotSpot printers: The SP C410DN-KP color printer and the SP 4100N-KP monochrome printer which allows Wi-Fi enabled users to print documents from any location.[7] On August 27, 2008, Ricoh
Ricoh
announced its intentions of acquiring IKON Office Solutions for $1.6 billion and later that year, on November 1, Ricoh
Ricoh
completed the acquisition.[8][9] In May 2011, Ricoh
Ricoh
announced a cut of 10,000 jobs worldwide up to March 2014 from the current 40,000 workers in Japan
Japan
and 68,900 others overseas. The company would also shift 15,000 workers to areas with more growth potential. Japanese optical glass-maker Hoya Corporation
Hoya Corporation
said on July 1, 2011, it would sell its Pentax
Pentax
camera business to Ricoh, in a deal the Nikkei business daily said was worth about 10 billion yen ($124.2 million).[10] On July 29, 2011, Hoya transferred its Pentax
Pentax
imaging systems business to a newly established subsidiary called Pentax Imaging Corporation. On October 1, 2011, Ricoh
Ricoh
acquired all shares of Pentax
Pentax
Imaging Corp. and renamed the new subsidiary Pentax
Pentax
Ricoh Imaging Company, Ltd.[11][12] On October 1, 2011, Ricoh
Ricoh
announced the establishment of Pentax
Pentax
Ricoh Imaging Company, LTD.[11] On August 1, 2013, the company name was changed to Ricoh
Ricoh
Imaging Company Ltd.[13] On January 8, 2016, Ricoh
Ricoh
India stated they partnered with Siemens to offer digital lifecycle management software.[14] On July 19, 2016, Ricoh
Ricoh
India admitted to an estimated ₹1,123 crore accounting fraud.[15] CEO and Managing Director Manoj Kumar, and Chairman
Chairman
Tetsuya Takano have resigned from Ricoh
Ricoh
India as a result.[16] On January 18, 2017, Ricoh
Ricoh
Limited announced the acquisition[17] of Avanti Computer Systems, headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, a leading provider of Print MIS (Management Information System) targeted for the production print market. The acquisition enables Ricoh
Ricoh
to further expand the value its production print workflow delivers to customers, as well as to help improve management efficiency and productivity of customers in the production printing market. Operations[edit] The Ricoh
Ricoh
Group has sales and support, production, and research and development operations in nearly 180 countries. It has its world headquarters in Tokyo, Japan
Tokyo, Japan
and regional headquarters in Japan, the Americas, Europe, China, and the Asia-Pacific. Regional headquarters[edit]

Americas Regional Headquarters Ricoh
Ricoh
Americas Corporation, located in Malvern, PA, USA, covers the United States, Canada and Latin American countries Europe Regional Headquarters Ricoh
Ricoh
International B.V., located in Amstelveen, the Netherlands
Netherlands
and London, U.K. covers Europe, Africa and Middle East Asia/Pacific Regional Headquarters Ricoh
Ricoh
Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd., located in Singapore, covers South-East Asia, Australia, New Zealand and China

Ricoh
Ricoh
Research[edit] Ricoh
Ricoh
has many[quantify] technology- and customer-research groups around the world. For example, Ricoh
Ricoh
Innovations, a research subsidiary of Ricoh
Ricoh
Company, operates in Silicon Valley, California, focusing on technology, cloud, mobile solutions, and customer research.[citation needed] Products[edit]

Ricoh
Ricoh
Theta 360-degree compact

Caplio R6

Caplio GX100

Ricoh
Ricoh
SD/MMC Card Reader Controller found in a Sony
Sony
VAIO FW series Laptop

A partial list of products marketed to the public under the Ricoh brand includes:

Digital cameras

Compact

Ricoh
Ricoh
Theta (360-degree compact - 14.5 megapixel) Ricoh Caplio G3
Ricoh Caplio G3
(3.24-megapixel) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio G4 (3.24-megapixel) Ricoh
Ricoh
RDC-5300 (2.30-megapixel) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio Pro G3 GPS Camera, Network ready (3.24-megapixel) Ricoh Caplio RX
Ricoh Caplio RX
(3-megapixel) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R1 (4-megapixel, also available as Rollei
Rollei
DR4) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R1v (5-megapixel, also available as Rollei
Rollei
DR5) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R2 (5-megapixel, larger screen, no viewfinder) Ricoh Caplio R3
Ricoh Caplio R3
(5-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R4 (6-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R5 (7-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R6 (7-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom, larger screen, super slim) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio R7 (8-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
R8 (10-megapixel, 28–200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
R10 (10-megapixel, 28-200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh CX1 (9-megapixel, 28-200 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
CX2 (9-megapixel, 28-300 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
CX3 (10-megapixel, 28-300 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
CX4 (10-megapixel, 28-300 equivalent zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio GX (5.1-megapixel, also available as Rollei
Rollei
DR5100) Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio GX8 (8-megapixel) 28-85mm equivalent zoom with 22 mm optional adaptor Ricoh
Ricoh
Caplio GX100 (10-megapixel) 24-72mm equivalent wide zoom with 19 mm optional adaptor Ricoh
Ricoh
GX200 (12-megapixel) 24-72mm equivalent wide zoom with 19mm and 135mm optional converter lenses. Replaced the GX100. Ricoh Caplio 400G Wide
Ricoh Caplio 400G Wide
(3.2-megapixel) Ricoh Caplio 500SE
Ricoh Caplio 500SE
(8-megapixel, 28-85mm equivalent zoom with 22 mm optional adaptor, GPS-ready) Ricoh
Ricoh
WG-M1 Ricoh
Ricoh
G700 Ricoh
Ricoh
WG-4 Ricoh
Ricoh
WG-20 Ricoh
Ricoh
WG-30 Ricoh
Ricoh
WG-30W

GR Digital

Ricoh GR Digital
Ricoh GR Digital
(8-megapixel) 28 mm equivalent prime lens with 21 mm optional adaptor Ricoh GR Digital
Ricoh GR Digital
II (10-megapixel) 28 mm equivalent prime lens with 21 mm optional adaptor Ricoh GR Digital
Ricoh GR Digital
III (10-megapixel) 28 mm equivalent prime lens with f/1.9 aperture Ricoh GR Digital
Ricoh GR Digital
IV (10-megapixel) 28 mm equivalent prime lens with f/1.9 aperture Ricoh GR
Ricoh GR
(16-megapixel) 28 mm equivalent prime lens with f/2.8 aperture

GXR interchangeable sensor system

GPS and camera All-in-one[18] Film cameras

Ricoh
Ricoh
Singlex TLS SLR camera

Ricoh 500
Ricoh 500
35mm rangefinder with rapid film advance and fast focusing Ricoh
Ricoh
500G 35mm compact rangefinder Ricoh
Ricoh
Mirai (similar to Olympus AZ-4 zoom) Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Singlex ( Nikon
Nikon
F mount, made by Mamiya
Mamiya
- same body as Nikkorex
Nikkorex
F, and Sears
Sears
SLII) Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Singlex TLS (M42 lens mount, same as Sears
Sears
TLS) Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Ricoh
Singlex II (M42 lens mount) Golden Ricoh
Ricoh
16 subminiature camera.

Golden Ricoh
Ricoh
16mm camera

Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-5 (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-5 Super (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-5 Super II (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-10 (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-10 Super (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
KR-30SP (R-K mount) Ricoh GR
Ricoh GR
film cameras (GR1, GR1s and GR1V, GR10, GR21) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-1 ( Pentax
Pentax
K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-2 ( Pentax
Pentax
K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-2s ( Pentax
Pentax
K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR7 ( Pentax
Pentax
K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-500 (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-10M (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-M (R-K mount) Ricoh XR-P
Ricoh XR-P
(R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-S (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
XR-X (R-K mount) Ricoh
Ricoh
FF-9D

Multifunction Products/Printers

Ricoh
Ricoh
Aficio ( Ricoh
Ricoh
has used Aficio as a global brand since 1996.[19])

Ricoh
Ricoh
Aficio MP C 2500

Ricoh
Ricoh
Pro

DocumentMall (SaaS document-management)

Software as a Service (SaaS) Defined Secure Storage—HIPAA and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX) Compliant Document Management Industry Solutions Accounts Payable Solution

Software Solutions

Print&Share (output management and security) Streamline NX (Print Management and document-capture)

Ricoh
Ricoh
Print&Share intelligent virtual printer

GlobalScan (document-capture and distribution software)

Projectors

Mobile

PJ X2130 PJ WX2130

Desk-Edge and Short Throw

PJ X3340 PJ WX3340 PJ WX3340N PJ X4240N PJ WX4240N PJ X3241

Ultra-short-throw Projectors

PJ WX4141 PJ WX4141N PJ WX4141NI

Standard Installation

PJ WX5361N PJ X537N

Conference Room

PJ WX6170N PJ X6180N

Unified Communication Systems

P1000 P3000 P3500 Ricoh
Ricoh
UCS App for tablet and smartphones

Interactive WhiteBoard

Ricoh
Ricoh
InteractiveWhiteboard D5500

Ricoh
Ricoh
Data Center Services

Sponsorships[edit]

Ricoh
Ricoh
Arena, Coventry, England

Ricoh
Ricoh
Arena, a football and rugby stadium complete with a concert hall and conference facilities, opened in Coventry, England
England
in 2005, bearing the company's name due to a naming rights agreement. Renamed City of Coventry
Coventry
Stadium during the 2012 Summer Olympics
2012 Summer Olympics
due to strict sponsorship rules. Ricoh
Ricoh
Coliseum, a 7,800 seat indoor arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada also bearing the company's name via another naming rights agreement in 2003. Renamed Toronto
Toronto
Coliseum during the 2015 Pan American Games
2015 Pan American Games
due to strict sponsorship rules. Ricoh
Ricoh
Black Rams, a Japanese rugby union team owned by Ricoh. In 2007, Ricoh
Ricoh
acquired title sponsorship of the Women's British Open, one of then four major championships recognized by the world's dominant women's golf tour, the U.S. LPGA
LPGA
Tour. In November 2008, Ricoh
Ricoh
unveiled the first eco-friendly billboard in Times Square, NY—entirely powered by the sun and the wind.[20]

References[edit]

^ "Company Data Archived 2009-02-05 at the Wayback Machine.." Ricoh. Retrieved on January 13, 2009. ^ "Free-up more time for essential business tasks with Print&Share from Ricoh". Ricoh. November 14, 2011.  ^ "Outline of Ricoh." Ricoh. May 16, 1997. Retrieved on January 13, 2009. ^ "Topics - Annual Report 2006." Ricoh. Retrieved on January 13, 2009. ^ "Hamilton Ricoh
Ricoh
- Electric Watches." Retrieved on February 1, 2018. ^ "Transition of the Ricoh
Ricoh
logo". Ricoh. Retrieved 2018-02-08.  ^ " Ricoh
Ricoh
and PrinterOn Announce Wi-Fi HotSpot Printers". PrinterInfo.com. Retrieved 2012-09-21.  ^ " Ricoh
Ricoh
to Acquire IKON Office Solutions, Inc". Ricoh. August 27, 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-29.  ^ "RICOH COMPLETES ACQUISITION OF IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS, INC". Ricoh. November 1, 2008. Retrieved 2008-11-01.  ^ "Reuters Ricoh
Ricoh
to buy Pentax." Ricoh
Ricoh
to buy Pentax
Pentax
from Hoya. July 1, Retrieved 2011 July 1, 2011. ^ a b " Ricoh
Ricoh
Establishes PENTAX RICOH I..." Ricoh
Ricoh
Global. Retrieved 2015-08-16.  ^ " Ricoh
Ricoh
to acquire HOYA's PENTAX I..." Ricoh
Ricoh
Global. Retrieved 2015-08-16.  ^ "COMPANY NAME CHANGE". Retrieved 2015-08-16.  ^ " Ricoh
Ricoh
India ties up with Siemens to offer digital lifecycle management software". 8 January 2016. Retrieved 2016-01-09 – via Economic Times.  ^ Choudhary, Shrimi (19 July 2016). " Ricoh
Ricoh
India admits accounting violations, falsification of books". Business Standard. Mumbai. Retrieved July 25, 2016.  ^ Jain, Upasana (25 July 2016). " Ricoh
Ricoh
India chairman Tetsuya Takano resigns". Livemint. New Delhi. Retrieved 25 July 2016.  ^ Ricoh. " Ricoh
Ricoh
Acquires Avanti Computer Systems Limited". www.prnewswire.com. Retrieved 2018-03-14.  ^ http://www.ricoh-usa.com/products/solutions/intellichoice.asp?pCatName=Sniaturolutions&tsn= ^ "Company History". Ricoh
Ricoh
Company, Limited. 2013. Retrieved 2013-10-30. Jul. 1996[:] Ricoh
Ricoh
inaugurates Aficio as unified global brand for Ricoh
Ricoh
products.  ^ http://www.ricoh-eco.com/home.asp

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GXR

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Ricoh
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RF5c68

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Ricoh
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