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James Imaging Systems Purchases Friendly Rival Marnett Business Center

28 Jan, 2009

James Imaging Systems Purchases Friendly Rival Marnett Business Center

Brookfield, WI (January 22, 2009) - James Imaging Systems, a 33-year-old Milwaukee area provider of integrated document technologies, has purchased Marnett Business Center, Grafton, WI, according to Tom Tegeder, president of the James organization. The acquisition was effective late November and will grow their business by 17 percent, he says.

James Imaging Systems, a Toshiba, KIP, Savin, and HP office equipment dealer, serves Milwaukee, Waukesha, Washington, Ozaukee, Racine, Kenosha, Jefferson, and Walworth counties. The company sells and services multifunctional copiers, facsimiles, and wide format and laser printers. “The document imaging technology that we sell allows companies to operate at greater efficiency and at lower costs. This helps them streamline their information flow and thereby remain competitive, withstand the current economic downturn, and thrive in these uncertain times,” says Tegeder.

Marnett Business Center had been selling and servicing Toshiba products in Washington and Ozaukee counties for many years, according to Tegeder.

“My father and Leon Marnett had been friendly rivals. We are extremely pleased that Mr. Marnett feels confident in allowing us to take care of his long-time customers. And we’re extremely pleased to bring his company into our organization. We now look forward to serving businesses in an expanded area,” Tegeder adds,. “And we’re happy to report that Mr. Marnett will join our company as a consultant. A Holocaust survivor, he grew up in a Milwaukee orphanage. You might say that his is a most compelling rags-to-riches’ story.” For more info contact Tegeder at 262-781-7700.

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