RICOH’s Jai-Veeru Jodi fuels thriving success at Shiva Print, Dulari Digital, and Devendra Photostat!

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In the competitive landscape of digital printing, businesses endeavour to distinguish themselves by providing top-notch quality, efficiency, and flexibility. The experiences of Shiva Print Bazaar, Dulari Digital, and Devendra Photostat underscore the transformative impact of RICOH’s Jai-Veeru Jodi, i.e. RICOH Pro C7200x – 11-Colour Digital Production Press and RICOH Pro C9200 – High-Speed Digital Production Press, on driving business success and expansion within the printing industry. The machines to these companies have been supplied and installed by Monotech Systems, a leading manufacturer and one-stop solution provider for the printing and packaging industry globally.

Through their adoption of innovative technology and steadfast dedication to excellence, these companies have not only overcome the challenges of a competitive market but have also emerged as pioneers in digital printing. As they continue to innovate and adapt to changing customer preferences, the future appears bright for these forward-thinking printing enterprises.

Before integrating RICOH’s digital production presses into their operations, Shiva Print, Dulari Digital, and Devendra Photostat encountered various challenges typical in the printing industry. These obstacles encompassed differentiating their printing businesses, fulfilling the increasing demand for innovative value-added prints, delivering high-quality printing, maintaining competitive pricing, and ensuring timely order fulfilment. Moreover, the requirement for versatility in handling diverse print jobs across different media, including intricate designs and speciality finishes, posed a significant impediment for these enterprises.

Recognizing the necessity for a dependable and advanced printing solution, all three printing businesses turned to RICOH’s Jai-Veeru Jodi, comprising the RICOH Pro C7200 and Pro C9200 digital production presses. The RICOH Pro C7200X, with its 11-colour capabilities, and the RICOH Pro C9200, renowned for its high-speed performance, offered the ideal blend of quality, speed, and versatility to address the evolving needs of their clientele.

After thorough evaluation and deliberation, all three enterprises invested in the RICOH Pro C7200X digital production press as their primary printing solution. The press’s capacity to deliver outstanding colour accuracy, image clarity, and consistency played a crucial role in enhancing the overall quality of its printed materials and facilitated its service to diverse market segments in commercial, digital, packaging, security, and photo printing.

As the demand for high-volume printing continued to surge, Shiva Print, Dulari Digital, and Devendra Photostat acknowledged the necessity to further streamline their production processes. Consequently, they strategically incorporated the RICOH Pro C9200 into their workflow. This high-speed digital production press enabled them to meet tight deadlines without compromising on print quality or efficiency.

The integration of RICOH’s Jai-Veeru Jodi has yielded significant benefits for these companies. The unique beyond CMYK prints, along with enhanced print quality, coupled with the increased speed and efficiency of production, have led to higher customer satisfaction and retention rates.

Moreover, the capability to offer a diverse array of printing options, including specialty finishes and customizations, has positioned these enterprises as preferred partners for clients seeking premium printing services in commercial, digital, photo, packaging, and security printing.

The investment in RICOH’s digital production presses has also translated into tangible business growth, with all three companies experiencing a notable increase in revenue and market share. By harnessing the capabilities of these advanced printing solutions, Shiva Print, Dulari Digital, and Devendra Photostat have cemented their reputation as leaders committed to delivering excellence in digital printing in their respective regions.

 

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