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Ricoh's Ann Moser Named Best Executive in 4th Annual Stevie Awards for Women in Business

Press release from the issuing company

WEST CALDWELL, N.J., Nov. 13 2007 -- Ricoh Americas Corporation today announced that Ann Moser, senior vice president, Printing Solutions Division (PSD), won a Stevie Award in the Best Executive - Non Services Business category at the Stevie Awards for Women in Business last night. Moser was recognized for her commitment to providing value-added products, services, and solutions to partners and end-users.
The Stevie Awards were handed out in categories including Best Entrepreneur, Best Executive, Lifetime Achievement, and Women Helping Women at the gala event in Las Vegas on November 12, 2007. More than 800 entries from companies of all sizes and in virtually every industry were submitted for consideration.
"This honor is a testament to the power and influence women can have in today's business world, and I am proud to be recognized by the Stevie Awards," said Moser. "It is Ricoh's mission to strengthen relationships with resellers and customers to improve market share. I am happy to help Ricoh achieve those goals by creating strategic initiatives that make an impact."
Since 2001, Moser has been responsible for guiding the PSD and implementing Ricoh's printing solutions strategy. She has focused on growing sales in the IT channel by providing reseller partners and customers with a suite of quality printers, scanners and entry-level MFPs. Moser recently established new programs to increase demand-generation opportunities and is now developing a managed-services initiative to help drive a new revenue stream to resellers. Over the past year, Moser has been recognized by VARBusiness magazine as a "Top 50 Business Executive in the Channel" as well as one of the "50 Most Powerful Women in the Channel," two years running.
Presented by Infiniti, the 2007 Stevie Awards for Women in Business is an international competition recognizing the accomplishments of outstanding women executives, business owners, and the companies they run. The awards are produced by the creators of the prestigious American Business Awards, hailed as "the business world's own Oscars" (New York Post, April 27, 2005).
The Stevie Awards are governed by a board of distinguished judges & advisors that features many leading women entrepreneurs and luminaries in business. Members of the Awards' board selected Stevie winners from among the finalists. Finalists were chosen by business professionals worldwide during the preliminary judging period.
Details about the Stevie Awards for Women in Business and the list of Finalists and Stevie Award winners are available at http://www.stevieawards.com/women.