Current CEO: Matthew J. Espe
IKON Office Solutions provides document management systems and services. IKON was purchased by Ricoh in 2008 for $1.62 billion and is based in Malvern, Pennsylvania. IKON uses copiers, printers and multi-function devices to tailor document management solutions to its clients throughout the United States. IKON also provides solutions for archiving and document retrieval and has specialized legal document services. IKON Office Solutions works to save its clients time and money by analyzing their document needs and streamlining their document processes. IKON provides both hardware and software solutions. IKON was incorporated in Ohio in 1952. IKON's annual revenue is over $4 billion per year.
IKON careers include sales, technology support, administrative support, account management and customer service. Working at IKON Office Solutions brings a number of benefits, including medical, dental, vision and life insurance. IKON employees also have access to disability insurance, flexible spending accounts and an employee assistance program. IKON benefits also include a retirement savings plan, paid time off, a matching gift program, tuition reimbursement for pursuing relevant educational programs and veterinary pet insurance. IKON offers a scholarship program to the children of employees. IKON has a national presence with career opportunities throughout the United States.
IKON culture embraces change, partnership and personal responsibility. IKON works to embrace diversity, not only in its workforce, but also in the vendors, products and services the company offers. IKON prides itself on a broad definition of diversity that goes beyond race and gender and encompasses personality, disability, religion, sexual orientation and age. IKON has also formed a diversity council to promote diversity as a core value. IKON also incorporates environmental stewardship and sustainability into its company values and offers green document solutions as part of its services. IKON remanufactures more than 10,000 office equipment devices each year and educates its clients on how to have a greener office.
IKON has received recognition as one of the 50 best companies to sell for by the Selling Power Magazine and a Top 25 Award by the Association of Diversity Council. IKON considers learning to be an essential aspect of company life and has been recognized as one of the Top 125 companies for training by Training Magazine. Fortune Magazine named IKON one of American's Most Admired Companies in 2008. IKON was also recognized as a Fit Friendly Company by the American Heart Association in 2009.