Ricoh USA’s David Greetham Explains Company Growth with eDiscovery in the Trusted Cloud
Monday, November 21, 2016
Posted by: ACEDS Marketing Team
Extract of article from Microsoft Transform Blog with David Greetham of Ricoh USA
Many people know Ricoh for its office products, like printers and scanners. But Ricoh holds more than 46,000 patents for technologies across imaging and printing solutions, industrial products and digital cameras. With an 80-year history and 109,000 employees globally, the company has been built on a belief in the power of creative ideas and a refusal to be limited by tradition. Exactly what you’d expect from a company whose founder was mentored by Albert Einstein.
In that spirit of continued innovation, Ricoh is now evolving from a company focused on hardware manufacturing to a digital services firm, and a key part of their evolution is their eDiscovery business led by David Greetham, Ricoh USA’s vice president of eDiscovery, sales and operations. For more than 15 years, Ricoh’s eDiscovery solutions have helped legal teams gain competitive advantage by intelligently identifying, retrieving and analyzing relevant data to comply with legal strategies and expedite key business decisions.
eDiscovery is the process of identifying, retrieving and analyzing relevant data from any source to comply with legal strategies and expedite key business decisions. Traditionally, legal teams waded through reams of paper documents, but now those documents are mostly digital. As a result, Ricoh’s eDiscovery business is growing by 20 percent a year. And the key to its success? The cloud.
For the complete article from the Microsoft Blog, Transform, click here.