ImageSource Announced Perfect Image Award Winners At ITEX’0925 Mar, 2009
ImageSource Announced Perfect Image Award Winners At ITEX’09
Ft. Lauderdale, FL (March 19, 2009) Imaging Network, founders of the ITEX tradeshow and imageSource magazine announced that Modern Office Methods of Ohio, has been awarded the 2009 “Dealer of the Year” award, earning the top honor from imageSource’s Perfect Image Awards. The announcement was made at ITEX’09 in Las Vegas, NV, at a reception held on March 18. Modern Office Methods (MOM) was additionally honored with an award for Outstanding Service Program as well. The Perfect Image Awards are judged by a Board of dealers and manufacturers and is based on information received and researched, whereby “MOM” excelled as a dealership successfully utilizing specific and categorical strategies and programs, including outstanding service, which indicated exceptional company performance.
“The Perfect Image Awards recognize those dealers who show commitment to their dealership, excelling progressively by employing new strategies that go beyond the norm in establishing value that leads to outstanding results,” said Marc Spring, founder of ITEX and publisher of imageSource magazine.
In addition to Modern Office Methods receiving two Perfect Image Awards, six other dealers where honored with awards categorically. They included: Thermocopy, TN, for Outstanding Sales Program; Impact Networking, IL, for Outstanding Marketing Program; Mr. Copy, CA, for Most Innovative Customer Retention Program; Fisher’s Document Systems, ID, for Best Implementation of Technology Strategies; Cell Business Equipment, CA, for Best Use of Company Website; and E.O. Johnson, WI, for Outstanding Community Involvement.
The informal presentation was part of a planned industry reception held at the LV Hilton Hotel, adjacent to the LV Convention Center where ITEX is held each year, and was co-partnered with The Business Technology Association (BTA) festivities who also presented their Channel Choice awards. BTA president Ronelle Ingram, and ITEX founder Marc Spring, were moderators.