DEX Imaging, Inc., the largest independent dealer of document imaging and digital content solutions in the United States, is pleased to announce the acquisition of Digitec, a $3 million Sharp™ and Lanier™ dealership operating in middle Tennessee and southern Kentucky.
DEX Imaging’s CEO, Dan Doyle Jr., said, “The addition of Digitec strengthens our dominance in middle Tennessee and expands our reach into the state of Kentucky, giving customers in these regions more products to choose from and enhanced technical support.”
Digitec’s former owners, Chip Ayre, Mike Dickover, Billy Crips and Mark Austin, collectively stated that DEX Imaging’s huge, ongoing investment in its own infrastructure and its commitment to the development of emerging technologies was key in the decision to join forces with DEX. Ayre said, “We want to ensure that our customers continue to receive the best service experience well into the future, while also ensuring that our employees are given the best tools moving forward.”
DEX Imaging sells and services Konica Minolta, Canon, Kyocera, and HP copiers and printers, and has developed industry-specific, patented software that helps customers better manage their document imaging assets.
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About DEX Imaging
DEX Imaging is the largest independent dealer of document imaging equipment and content management software in the eastern United States, with 2016 revenues exceeding $250 million. Founded in 2002 as a single start-up operation with only 8 employees, DEX Imaging has grown to 36 branch locations with over 1,000 employees, and has rapid expansion plans to become the preeminent independent office imaging dealer in the United States by 2020. DEX Imaging’s success is directly tied to its mission, which is to provide the best customer service in the industry.
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