Remote Collaboration Service

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Simplify and lower the cost of collaboration

Meetings are hard these days. Between the people in the office, the people working remotely, and the people in different time zones, how is your workforce supposed to collaborate effectively in real time?

With the help of Ricoh’s Remote Collaboration Service team, you can, transform and manage information in multiple locations. You'll gain a portable, all-in-one solution that uses your existing Internet access. All without dedicated conference rooms, complicated technology, or IT resources. As a result, your small or midsize business can simplify collaboration, communications, and training, anywhere and anytime — and make them affordable with a predictable monthly fee.

Take a front-row seat with remote whiteboarding

Communication and collaboration need to happen as if distance isn't a factor. Many companies use phone conferencing and web-based tools to share screens, but they don't bring people face to face, and they're not truly interactive.

Our Remote Collaboration services include two-way video and audio conferencing, interactive whiteboards, and projectors. There’s also a cloud-based document repository for workers to submit, store, and download information easily and quickly.

Achieve team meeting cruising speed

Get your workers up to speed immediately. No one will waste time figuring out techie bits, thanks to our remote collaboration portals and simple, intuitive controls. And when it comes to drawing a fine line on the screen, our pen wins hands down over a finger, especially for architectural or engineering documents.

Enjoy working in your virtual huddle room

Collaborate without boundaries as you:

  • Import PDF or PPT files to the whiteboard, mark them up, and save your changes. 
  • Connect your PC to the whiteboard and use the pen instead of a keyboard and mouse. 
  • Scan hard copies into the repository and print meeting notes, collateral, and other paper-based materials.
  • Save information to a USB drive, shared network drive, or to the whiteboard‘s temporary password-protected storage. Or, you can click on the email button, and documents will be converted to PDF and sent.

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