Ricoh to Become U of A's Preferred PMC Solutions Provider Oct. 2

The U of A has contracted Ricoh to become the university's preferred provider of Print-Mail-Copy Solutions beginning Monday, Oct. 2.

The campus community will continue to have access to high-speed, high-quality printing options, a copy and ship center, self-service printers and more. Some of the additional benefits from the contract with Ricoh include:

  • A variety of production print capabilities including digital color, black and white, wide format, 3D sublimation, envelope, variable data, garment, promotional print and brand compliance
  • Full-service graphic design and a web-to-print solution that enables departments to create, customize and order printed materials online
  • Inbound and outbound mail and package management
  • Departmental printer management, proactive toner monitoring and automatic toner ordering

Ricoh, which was recently recognized as a 2023 Worldwide Print Transformation Leader by IDC MarketScape, has a diverse portfolio of innovative and sustainable products and services designed to address the evolving needs of businesses and higher education institutions.

The PMC Solutions page will be updated with new information between now and Oct. 2. Questions about the transition can be sent to Cale Fessler.


Cale Fessler, associate vice chancellor
Division of Finance and Administration

Logan Wilson, senior director of administrative communications
Division of Finance and Administration


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