Ricoh Europe has announced that RICOH ProcessDirector, a scalable workflow automation solution, will be offered via a subscription pricing option as of October 1, 2020. With multi-year subscriptions available, this new pricing option is said to significantly decrease upfront costs for clients looking to streamline operations, improve process integrity, reduce errors, and drive efficiencies with RICOH ProcessDirector. This approach enables access to the powerful software for those preferring to pay for their investments as an operational expense rather than a capital expenditure.

“As print providers adapt to the new world of work, a robust tool like RICOH ProcessDirector is invaluable,” said Clive Stringer, Director Continuous Feed and High End Software Sales, Commercial Printing Group, Ricoh Europe. “Our clients have told us that they’re looking for more flexible ways to access the power of RICOH ProcessDirector’s capabilities to fit into their various business models - either subscription-based or as a perpetual licence. With this new offering we are pleased to say that this choice has now become available”.

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