Ricoh Exemplifies Leadership in Color With the Introduction of ColorWorks
Press release from the issuing company
WEST CALDWELL, N.J., Dec. 27 -- Ricoh Corporation, the leading provider of digital office equipment, recently introduced ColorWorks, an educational web portal designed to deliver the most up-to-date information on how end-users can effectively utilize color in all of their communications and meet their business needs.
The ColorWorks portal, which can be accessed from Ricoh's Web site home page (www.ricoh-usa.com), includes tips for improving color print quality, information and articles on color application, downloadable Office templates for newsletters and PowerPoint presentations, videos on Ricoh document management software solutions, as well as request forms for samples of color prints from Ricoh equipment. Examples of article topics found on the portal include, "Enhancing Your Work Environment Color Guide," and, "Adding Impact to Your Business Documents." Additionally on ColorWorks, there are printing guides that provide step-by-step information to assist with functions such as color balancing and enhancing images on a Ricoh machine.
An additional component to the ColorWorks portal is an interactive, education tool involving quizzes on color as well as an entertaining nine question assessment that allows users to determine the colors of their personality. Every color is associated with certain character traits and a user's color personality is determined by how each particular question is answered.
"We are pleased to introduce ColorWorks to help streamline the color printing process and further enhance the experience for Ricoh color imaging device end-users," said Hede Nonaka, vice president of Marketing for Ricoh Corporation. "Ricoh is leading the way in providing color options for businesses worldwide, enabling companies to shine brightly and edge out the competition."
The ColorWorks portal can be accessed directly at http://www.ricoh-usa.com/colorworks.
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