DEX Imaging’s CEO, Dan Doyle Jr., said, “The addition of Omega boosts our existing solutions and service offerings in territories where we already do business, providing our customers with even more choices and additional technical manpower.”
This is DEX Imaging’s third acquisition in fiscal 2016, which adds another 15 employees to DEX’s existing employee base of more than 1,000. DEX, a privately-held company, now has a total of 35 branch operations throughout the eastern United States.
Omega Office Systems was founded in 2000 by owners Kevin and Stacey Logan, who said. “We are pleased to join forces with a company that shares our same value proposition for quality. DEX Imaging has a proven track record of innovation and service excellence from which our customers will benefit.”
DEX Imaging is the largest independent dealer of document imaging equipment and content management software in the eastern United States, with projected revenues for 2016 exceeding $250 million. The company sells and services Konica Minolta, Canon, Kyocera, HP, Sharp, and now XEROX copiers and printers. Founded in 2002 as a single start-up operation with only 8 employees, the company 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 document imaging industry.
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