Ricoh USA, Inc. announced it is growing its partnership with Black Knights Sports & Entertainment (BKSE), as a preferred technology provider of the Vegas Golden Knights.
“We’re doing business differently today, and Ricoh is helping us stay nimble as we adapt to the changes and continue to expand,” said Vegas Golden Knights IT Director George Guevara. “Ricoh provides the technology, knowledge and experience to support our staff—whether they are working from home or working in arenas—partnering with IT to manage and help secure information across all of our facilities. Ricoh helped to get us off to a phenomenal start and is continuing to help us transform the way we communicate with our teams, coaches, support staff and fans, so we can stay focused on forward momentum and future success.”
Ricoh began partnering with the Vegas Golden Knights at the team’s inception in 2017 and is furthering its support of BKSE businesses in other areas and as they expand into new growth opportunities. Ricoh’s footprint with the organization spans three locations supporting various practice and game-day locations, T-Mobile Arena, City National Arena and Lifeguard Arena.
“It’s our privilege to work alongside the Vegas Golden Knights, as they navigate the vital transition to digital transformation, and it’s exciting to participate in their successes and continued growth along the way,” said Mark Pagenkopf, vice president of Strategic Initiatives at Ricoh USA, Inc.. “We are proud that our customers trust us and know they can rely on replicating the reliability, productivity and efficiency they get from Ricoh and want to continue to leverage our partnership in new and exciting ways going forward.”
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