Printer print functionality and MFP Devices can be controlled. For example, image or print data received from the network host can be specified to use a certain feeder tray, or a particular post process.
Scanner functionality of MFP devices can be controlled. For instance, scanned image data can be saved, or delivered via the network.
Operation buttons and display panel of a MFP Device can be controlled as follows:
Drawing text and graphics on display panel
Handing operation buttons
Controlling LED display
Ricoh's "Embedded Software Architecture" is designed to maintain application compatibility across multiple MFP Devices and Laser Printers now and in the future.