Hot on the heels of winning the SMD business, The Mouse That Roared is delighted to announce it has picked up the Ricoh business in an eight-way pitch.
Previously Gestetner, Ricoh South Africa (formerly NRG Gestetner South Africa) began operating in 1921, making it one of the country's oldest office automation companies and is a wholly owned operating company within the Ricoh Group. Today, Ricoh South Africa is a leading provider of document management solutions, providing cutting-edge hardware as well as software solutions. Ricoh South Africa has an extensive network of partners, sales consultants and service engineers who offer direct service and support throughout South Africa and neighbouring countries.
Says Kevin Kleynhans, founding partner of The Mouse That Roared, "We're delighted to have won the Ricoh business, and even more delighted that they ran with the campaign we pitched to them. Taking advantage of the fact that it was voting time, we put up billboards featuring Helen Zille and Julius Malema cheek to cheek, with the premise that Ricoh Managed Document Services can make ANYONE work together in perfect harmony."
Stay tuned for news of more business gains for The Mouse That Roared in the near future.
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