Leading the world in empowering digital workplaces, Ricoh was the pioneer of the multifunctional device. Beginning operations as Nasha Australia in 1967, the company evolved into Ricoh Australia in 1997. Ricoh creates tools for changing the world, helping the business world boost productivity, connect and collaborate, to keep Australian Business thriving through innovation.
Ricoh’s founder, Kiyoshi Ichimura’s vision was to ‘innovate on behalf of our customers and to pursue sustainable business practices on behalf of every life we touch’. Using smart technology to create positive change, Ricoh’s commitment to corporate social responsibility addresses all aspects of the triple bottom line (people, planet, profit).
The company’s environmental policy is one of their highest corporate priorities. Viewing business, society and the planet as interconnected aspects of operations, Ricoh is ensuring they nurture the environment, having been included on the Global 100 list of the most sustainable corporations for a consecutive ten years. Along with providing recycling options, Ricoh also developed sustainability tools for their customers, including a green calculator that estimates energy consumption and the number of trees that would need to be planted to offset CO2 emissions.
Ricoh supports the following organisations as part of their commitment to people:
Camp Quality - create a better life for children living with cancer.
Conviction Group - work with young Australians to take ownership of their personal health and wellbeing.
Junior Land & Sea Ranger Program - provide young indigenous Australians with opportunities to learn about their country and environment.
With Ricoh a future-thinking and philanthropic global technology provider, Inland Technology is fortunate to have Ricoh as a supplier to simplify the everyday for the businesses in our regions.