Ricoh Device Manager NX Pro
Reduce response times and proactively manage all your multifunction devices, without leaving your desk.
Identify issues before they occur and keep everything running smoothly. Ricoh Device Manager NX Pro provides a tool to centrally manage a fleet of up to 5,000 printers and devices across your network.
Reporting functionality keeps you informed on fleet use, usage trends and access logs collected automatically. Remote printer updates can be performed remotely to your entire fleet. Receive alerts about service events, resulting in reduced response times.
Identify problems before they occur
Manage a fleet of up to 5,000 devices, whether they’re from Ricoh or a third- party, all from one central location. With this software solution you can address service issues and supply levels before they cause any problems. Meter data can be collected, even distinguishing colour from black & white use. You can use your smartphone or tablet to access information in real- time. Reporting offers insights into fleet use, ecological impact and more. Keep your fleet in line with company standards using the Audit function. Clone settings from one device to similar ones using templates.Request a consultation
- Easily access your information
All you need is a web browser to view functions and manage
- Manage your fleet remotely
Perform remote updates and configurations to printers from any location
- Perform easy search requests
Use custom filters and group lists to quickly navigate to specific devices
- Map out your print fleet
Map all your printers and multifunction printers onto a floor plan to see device status easily
- Maintain security levels
Monitor DataOverwriteSecurity Solution (DOSS) settings centrally
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