The first thing we think about when we hear ‘Ricoh’ is Printers! Printers, scanners and photocopiers, right? Although this certainly is true to a small extent Ricoh has so much more to offer. Their products have evolved into additional services and solutions and their innovations are now reaching so much further. In fact you may even begin to wonder whether or not they are becoming a leader in technological solutions on multiple levels.
As David Mills, Chief Executive Officer at Ricoh Europe says “It’s exciting to think that the next two decades will bring innovations that not only drive productivity and competitive edge, but inspire employees to think ‘what’s next?’ and ‘how can it help me become more effective?’ This heightens the need for organizations to review and adapt their traditional ways of working today, paving a more agile path to benefit from future digital innovations. For some, this means a culture change. For all, this will allow them to flourish throughout the next 20 years and beyond. Who knows, when we come to the halfway point of the century it may well be our virtual representations rolling out the latest systems and processes while we work to further develop productivity, customer services and business profitability in ways we can’t yet imagine.”
After successfully collaborating during YPP’s 2014 conference we join forces with Ricoh again. This time we will organize a round table event where we will discuss several topics that may change the role of procurement in the future. What impact will e-sourcing have on our ways of working? Can procurement ever be fully automated? What will the impact of 3D printing be?
Join us to discuss and perhaps get a glimpse of what we do not know today but can severely change tomorrow. See you on the 3rd of November at Ricoh in Den Bosch!
Be sure to block your agendas and we hope to see you there!
When: 3rd November
Walk-in: 17:30 (Drinks and small bite to eat will be provided)
Duration: 18:00 – 21:00
Date(s) - 03/11/2015
5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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