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Case Study: Miami Marlins

See how the Miami Marlins streamlined their operations in under three months

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For Major League Baseball’s Miami Marlins, moving to their own stadium was a dream come true. What the organization wasn’t looking forward to were all the new responsibilities that come with being in a baseball-only venue.

In fact, the director of information technology anticipated a tripling of the document workload, which would make it even more difficult to capture, manage and deliver the organization’s information.

To address it, the Marlins needed to update an accounts payable system that was too hands-on and cumbersome, become more efficient with faxing, and do it before opening day – less than three months away.

After the Marlins sent out a request for proposal, Ricoh stood out as the right partner based on our clear path for delivering cutting-edge solutions at an attractive price.

"As you might imagine when an organization moves to a new facility, you encounter a number of things you don’t expect up front…Ricoh was right there, supporting us and never saying 'No, we can't do that.'"

David Enriquez
Senior Director of Information Technology
Miami Marlins






With opening day looming, there was no time to waste. We immediately improved numerous facets of the team’s information technology, including: 

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Accounts Payable

To speed up the process, we designed and implemented a system where staff sent invoices to a dedicated email address. That message then went directly to the appropriate office. 
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We implemented OpenText RightFax, so that instead of needing to be at or near a fax machine, all 250 of the organization’s users could send and receive faxes from their personal computers, VDI or any of the 15 Ricoh-installed multifunction printers (MFPs). 
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Confidential document security was a major concern. Instead of having a group-printing setup, we added 35 individual printers to the company’s fleet. Doing so allowed confidential documents to be seen and picked up only by the person printing.

Plus, we managed the devices so the team could focus on the game at hand. To monitor print output and to keep costs in check, we leveraged tools such as ROI Print Manager and TRAC solutions
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Gameday Assistance

Before every home game, Ricoh technicians were on site to make sure each 70- to 80-page media packet printed flawlessly and on time. 

About Miami Marlins, L.P.

For 19 years, MLB’s Miami Marlins rented space at Sun Life Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins football team, until they opened Marlins Park in 2012. Whether it’s dealing with other teams, agents or travel logistics, officers, managers and staff are in constant contact in order to help set up the team for on-field success.

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Before the first pitch was thrown, the front office had already hit a homerun. 

 All solutions and training occurred on time. The accounts payable created improved information flow across the entire enterprise, reducing processing times from up to 14 days to no more than 2. And with Ricoh managing their printer fleet, the Marlins have been able to budget more effectively and optimize their print practices. Based on these early successes, we’re working with them to automate other manual processes. That will further help the Marlins shift focus to where it matters most — winning games.