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Ricoh has launched an innovative digital postcard tool to help those affected by dementia, most commonly caused by Alzheimer’s disease, stay connected through personalised images.
The tool, which makes use of Ricoh’s proprietary technology and production workflow expertise, sits at the heart of the company’s Printed Memories programme in partnership with Alzheimer’s Research, Europe’s leading dementia research charity.
Javier Diez-Aguirre, vice president, corporate marketing, CSR & environment, Ricoh Europe, says: “I am extremely proud of our Printed Memories portal and the broader programme we are running with our friends at Alzheimer’s Research. Thanks to our technology and people, we can help bring families closer together and raise vital funds for Alzheimer’s Research. Dementia, of which Alzheimer’s is the leading cause, is one of the world’s greatest medical challenges and I believe that corporations like Ricoh have an important role to play in raising awareness and making a real impact on the future.”
Timothy Parry, director of communications and partnerships at Alzheimer’s Research, adds: “The generosity, support and technology know-how shared by Ricoh is playing a powerful role in helping.”