12 Jan, 2017

    Two Acquisitions Advance DEX Imaging’s Tennessee Strategy

    DEX Imaging Headquarters Tampa Bay, FL
    12 Jan, 2017

      DEX Imaging, Inc., the largest independent dealer of document imaging and digital content solutions in the U.S., is pleased to announce the acquisitions of Radford’s Office Technology and Rawlins Office Machines, two separate dealerships located in Clarksville, TN, with combined revenues exceeding $1.2 million.

      DEX Imaging’s CEO, Dan Doyle Jr., said, “The additions of Radford’s Office Technology and Rawlins Office Machines give us even more strength and manpower in middle Tennessee, while laying the groundwork for additional growth in and around the region.”

      Radford’s Office Technologies was founded in 1967 as a Konica-Minolta dealership. Jeff Radford, the company’s principal, said, “Joining forces with DEX Imaging allows us to carry our 49 year tradition of excellence forward with enhanced sales and service tools to give us a competitive edge. Customers today are looking for more product variety, enhanced workflow solutions, and exceptional technical support. DEX has a track record of delivering on all of those levels and more.”

      Rawlins Office Machines, founded in 2002, is a Kyocera and HP dealership. Its principal, George Rawlins, said, “We are proud to unite with DEX Imaging, a true leader in our industry. Thisacquisition gives our employees the stability and enhanced tools to succeed well into the future, while offering our customers more product variety and service options for the ultimate customer experience.”

      For more information, go to www.www.deximaging.com, or contact:
      Mark Blaze: 615-366-6007, mblaze@www.deximaging.com
      Nancy Lycan: 813-288-8080, nancy@www.deximaging.com

      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. DEX sells and services Konica Minolta, Canon, Kyocera, and HP copiers/printers, and has developed industry-specific, patented software that helps customers better manage their document imagingassets. Founded in 2002 as a single start-up operation with only 8 employees, DEX Imaging has grown to 35 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.