Ricoh launches eBinder document tool

Ricoh has developed eBinder, a digital ring binder solution that enables fast access from a mobile device to information contained in documents without the need to physically copy or connect to the original files. It uses a familiar ring binder format that’s easy to navigate and can be viewed on PC, iOS and Android-based devices. Documents can be collected into more than 100 different formats, including scans from hard copy.

It’s based on the gDoc Application Platform from Global Graphics. Jonathan Wilson, director of business development, Global Graphics, explained: “Our platforms are designed to make the move from a printed page to a digital page effortless and to achieve this we simulate paper workflows. We are delighted that Ricoh has chosen our technology.”

Olivier Vriesendorp, VP Product Marketing, Ricoh Europe says that it can save time and money, adding: “Ricoh eBinder extends the support we provide for organisations seeking to establish a more flexible, mobile working environment.”

As well as the standard version, Ricoh will also offer customised versions to large enterprises and selected vertical markets.





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