When you hear “Ricoh,” the first thing that comes to mind is most likely office machines. But the 80-year-old company has more than 46,000 patents for technologies across imaging and printing solutions, and is now evolving into a digital services firm and a leader in eDiscovery.
For more than 15 years, Ricoh’s eDiscovery solutions have helped legal teams gain competitive advantage by identifying, retrieving and analyzing relevant data to comply with legal strategies and expedite key business decisions.
Legal teams can speed up their electronic discovery process while improving security and saving money by moving to the cloud, says David Greetham, Ricoh USA’s vice president of eDiscovery, sales and operations.
“The faster a legal team can access the data and use analytics to bring the document review pile down to a more manageable size, the faster they can find that ‘needle in the haystack’ that may be pivotal to their case,” he says.
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Microsoft News Center Staff