No matter the vendor, technology sometimes fails. But when customers depend on that technology to keep their businesses running, vendors must repair that technology quickly, and that means having technicians with the right know-how at their fingertips. Japanese multinational Ricoh is tackling that problem with a combination of data, communications technology, and subject matter experts (SMEs).
The multinational imaging and electronics company has more than 300 product lines, including copiers, digital cameras, printers, projectors, digital whiteboards, and more. While its 3,400 field technicians, operating in about 200 countries and regions, are trained in all of them, keeping that volume of information top of mind is not possible — especially at the level of depth and breadth required for troubleshooting and repair.
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