Ricoh SA’s Cape Town office has made two senior appointments as it continues to support the strong Western Cape market for production print services, managed document services, business process services and communication services.
Linzy Green is strategic account manager, Western Cape, Ricoh SA, and Jack Pieters is commercial print sales specialist, Western Cape, Ricoh SA.
“We’re committed to supporting our customers and helping them to be ready for the future through our shift to a services business model,” says Charl Vogel, regional and branch manager, Western Cape, Ricoh SA. “Customers no longer only require products or technologies but rather document process innovation, document management expertise, they need to meet their sustainability goals, grow revenues, develop new lines of business, and meet the evolving needs of their markets. Their needs focus attention on agility, mobility, productivity, and technology for profitability.”
Pieters has a decade of experience in management, business development, consulting and is a training associate at Dale Carnegie. Green is an experienced corporate account manager with a background in the medical and document and printing fields.
“Our two new employees are young, energetic, professional and have considerable enterprise experience,” says Vogel. “Importantly for us they introduce fresh blood that is eager to meet the challenges of what has become a dynamic industry incorporating rapidly evolving technologies that meet the challenges of businesses today and in the future.”
Ricoh SA supports numerous local, national and global accounts with significant operations in the Western Cape. These include insurance companies, financial services credit organisations, international retailers and others. The Western Cape is also an important region for production print services where Ricoh SA has numerous customers who fulfill regional, national and international business.
Ricoh SA’s Western Cape office is situated in Black River Park, Gatehouse, Fir Street, in Observatory, Cape Town, which is an environmentally aware office park. The office park generates 60% of its own energy requirements by solar panel. The location reflects Ricoh’s global commitment to a sustainable future. Vogel has also ensured that, besides other measures, the office incorporates furniture that is made from non-toxic recycled materials, and which are reused once they have served their usefulness.