Live Webinar: Control Printing Cost at Your Finger - The right information in the right place in the right format
After the 4th outbreak of the COVID-19 epidemic, most businesses experienced a decline of 50% to 90% in revenue compared to the time before the epidemic. This context requires business leaders to constantly balance cost-cutting strategies and business productivity-enhancing strategies to maintain stability and growth in the future.
In the midst of many difficulties and challenges, this is also the time to open up many bright spots and opportunities ahead by flexibly applying technology solutions to bring about a smart and effective business environment.
So what are the strategies to help businesses survive, adapt and take advantage of opportunities for development?
With recovery and growth at the heart, Ricoh explores the potential of technology, bringing new frontiers by providing intelligent, secure, convenient and cost-effective printing services. fee. The link between technology, process, service and support through Ricoh's solutions always accompanies businesses towards the future with the goal of sustainable development.
It's time to explore intelligent printing technologies, to keep your business ahead of the game now and in the future through Live Webinar: Control Printing Cost at Your Finger at 10:00 - 11:00, Thursday, December 16, 2021
- Digital printing trends to inspire ideas and common problems in corporate print management.
- SLNX Solutions - Adapting to your business's changing day-to-day requirements
- Work smarter with IM C series in the new normal
- Intuitive solution demonstrations with SLNX
- Mini-Game & Lucky Draw
Register for free now to access the latest printing technology solutions and have the opportunity to receive attractive gifts from Ricoh Vietnam
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