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Out of the Box — Zeno Imaging Is Acquired by Visual Edge Technology, Inc.

North Canton, Ohio – For over 20 years, Zeno Imaging has listened to their customers and helped them increase efficiencies, reduce costs, and think “outside of the box” so they can see their business in a completely different light.

Now, Zeno is looking to do the same for itself — by thinking “outside of the box” and seeing the benefits of joining the Visual Edge Technology family of office and IT solutions companies.

A product of multiple acquisitions over the past decade, Zeno is one of Texas’ leading providers of office equipment, document management, workflow solutions, cloud solutions, centralized production print services, and managed print and IT solutions.

The partnership looks to expand the Visual Edge network across Texas and marks the second company that Zeno’s owner, Tom Frederick, has brought to Visual Edge. In February this year, Frederick was instrumental in forging the Visual Edge agreement with Zymphony Technology Solutions, a managed IT services company in Tampa, FL.  “I wanted a strategic partner that shared my vision, values, and passion for my employees and customer service. I am proud to join the Visual Edge family and gain operational support from a national network of successful dealers who have done the same,” comments Frederick.

Jake Guarino president of Zeno for the last four years , along with the company’s existing management team, will remain and continue to lead Zeno’s daily operations.  Frederick will stay on as a consultant to Visual Edge after the acquisition is finalized.

“We’ve been approached by many companies interested in an acquisition strategy, but the difference-maker for us has been the relationship that we have with everyone at Visual Edge.  Since the acquisition of Zymphony, our sister company, the conversations just kept going,” says Guarino,

“We are very excited about Zeno Imaging joining the Visual Edge strategy. It greatly expands our coverage across Texas and the southwestern part of the United States. Zeno has built an outstanding leadership team, led by Jake Guarino, and has talented employees in every department of their operation. As is customary, the senior leadership team will remain in place to manage the business while Tom Frederick will act as a consultant to Visual Edge,” says Michael Brigner, senior vice president of business development for Visual Edge.

2018-11-27T15:14:32-05:00November 27th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology, Inc. Appoints Senior Vice President of Human Resources

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology, Inc., announces another addition to the company’s growing executive leadership team as Melissa Morrison joins the company as the senior vice president of human resources.

Based out of Visual Edge’s North Canton headquarters, Morrison will provide strategic HR leadership, supporting the company’s national network of office and managed IT solutions companies.   

“Visual Edge has grown 500% over the past three years,” says Michael Mills, vice president of administration and chief financial officer for Visual Edge Technology, Inc. “Our focus now is to build an infrastructure with a team of executives, like Morrison, with proven expertise supporting large corporations.

Morrison recently worked in a number of HR management roles, with an emphasis on benefits administration and payroll.  Prior to joining Visual Edge, Morrison spent 19-years at Myers Industries, Inc., a holding company for plastics manufacturing and distribution companies.  She was a key player in several of Myers’ mergers and  acquisitions, assisting in due diligence and process standardization.

“I am energized to be joining such a strong, growing company,” says Morrison. “Throughout my career, I have always tried to be the kind of leader that steers the focus away from why we can’t do things to figuring out a way that we can—achieving the priorities that will move the company forward.”

Morrison holds a bachelor of arts degree in English from the University of Mount Union and has earned the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) certification.  She is currently completing certification as a Certified Employee Benefit Specialist (CEBS). She is also an alumna of the Leadership Development Program at the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro, NC.

Morrison resides in Massillon, Ohio with her husband and enjoys camping, hiking and golfing. In her spare time, Morrison is actively involved in the community and recently finished a term as president of the board of trustees for the Domestic Violence Project, Inc., in Canton.

2018-11-27T15:13:57-05:00November 27th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology, Inc., Appoints John T. Bingle, Corporate Treasurer

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology, Inc., announced the appointment of John T. Bingle to corporate treasurer,  a new executive leadership position for the rapidly expanding office-equipment and information-technology solutions company.

“This is a key position that will not only support the $300 million, 1,200-plus employee company that we have become but will also solidify our plans for continued growth,” says Michael Mills, vice president of administration and chief financial officer for Visual Edge Technology, Inc. “This is just the beginning of a plan to build out our team.”

A long-time resident of Ohio, Bingle has over 25 years of experience managing the finances of multibillion-dollar, global companies and looks to enhance Visual Edge’s treasury operations in support of its strategy to grow its national network of office and IT solutions companies.

“We wanted someone who has run multiple finance functions in larger corporations, and John is a senior-level executive with just the experience that we were looking for,” added Mills.

Bingle brings a wealth of experience across the financial spectrum and most recently served as the treasurer of Ferro Corporation, a leading global supplier of technology-based performance materials for manufacturers. Prior to his 14-year tenure at Ferro, Bingle held positions of increasing responsibility in finance, treasury and investor relations with Steris Corporation, Invacare Corporation and the Goodrich Corporation, formerly the B.F. Goodrich Company.

“I relish the opportunity to learn a whole new industry with Visual Edge,” says Bingle. “I have always worked for companies where policies and procedures were inherited.  Now, I will collaborate with a team of executives directly responsible for developing policies and initiatives vital for the long-term growth that Visual Edge envisions.”

Bingle holds an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology. He resides in Ohio with his wife and two sons.

2018-10-18T11:53:21-04:00October 18th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology, Inc. Acquires Mercury Document Imaging Co., Inc.

North Canton, Ohio – Like his customers, the president of Mercury Document Imaging Co., Inc., Joel Volk, cares most about the end result. So much so that he has a bird feeder and bird bath outside of his office window to remind him of that daily.

“I don’t care about the feeder, the bath, or the seeds. I just want the birds,” says Volk. “The same goes for our customers. They don’t want machines. They don’t want software. They just want their operations to work effortlessly, and they want to grow without having to add resources.”

Wanting the same prosperity for his company, Volk has joined the likes of other independent dealerships nationwide with the recent sale of Mercury Document Imaging to Visual Edge Technology, Inc.  The deal marks the 31st acquisition for Visual Edge.

With three locations in Southern California and one in Chicago, Mercury Document Imaging is a total office automation provider of multifunctional equipment, document management software, managed print, and shredding solutions.

Volk says that when he started looking at acquisition companies to partner with, he found Visual Edge to be a community of talented and successful business leaders all working together in the industry that he loves.

“My goal is for all of us to grow together as we learn new and better ways to make it easy for our clients,” added Volk.

A self-proclaimed family man, Volk got into the business 33 years ago while working as a temp at his father’s typewriter repair company.  Since then, he has never looked back. Volk will continue leading Mercury as president and general manager while receiving advisory support from Visual Edge. The sales and service operations for Mercury’s customers and employees will also remain the same.

“We may not be selling the most sexy items on earth, but it’s the way that we do it that makes buying from us an easy decision for our customers,” says Volk. “By gaining the support of a larger organization, our good work will be augmented with greater resources, including a brain trust of seasoned and talented industry executives who will help forge a bright future for my staff and my clients.”

About Mercury Document Imaging Company, Inc.

Founded in 1985, Mercury Document Imaging is a holistic document management company specializing in all areas of office automation, from creation (laser printers, copiers, fax, plotters, and multifunctional devices) to document management (electronic filing, file sharing, audit trail, multiple use, remote access, and redundancy) to destruction (file encryption and paper shredders). The company was founded with a focus on building long-term relationships with everyone involved—customers, vendors, staff, and business community members of Southern California and Chicago.

2018-08-07T10:01:12-04:00August 7th, 2018|

A Merger of the Minds in Massachusetts—Visual Edge Acquires KenMark Office Systems, Inc.

North Canton, Ohio – Exxon and Mobil. Sirius and XM. While it’s not often that two leading competitors agree to join forces, amicable mergers do happen and it is happening in Mashpee, Massachusetts. Visual Edge Technology, Inc. has forged an agreement to acquire KenMark Office Systems and merge it with its core New England company, Axion Business Technologies.

KenMark was established in 1983 by Ken Pedicini and Mark Brainson who had previously worked together for Savin Corporation handling the State of Massachusetts’ photocopier contract. Their business philosophy is to treat all customers as friends and to provide products and service that surpass their customers’ expectations.  KenMark has been a Savin dealership for over 30 years and has been awarded as a Savin Elite Dealer for the past 5 years.

The deal unites the two companies as Axion/KenMark, a true, total business solutions, supply and technology powerhouse serving the Greater Boston, Greater Worcester, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, and Southern Massachusetts marketplaces, along with Cape Cod and the Islands. Axion will be relocating its Cape Cod office as the two companies combine operations at KenMark’s Mashpee headquarters.

“KenMark is one of Axion’s biggest competitors in Southeastern Massachusetts. We both have super reputations, long-time customers, and long-tenured employees; they’re the perfect compliment,” says Axion’s president, Robert Ferland. Further complementing the merger, KenMark represents the manufacturers of Konica Minolta and Savin/Ricoh, as does Axion, making service and support continuity seamless.

“I have traveled the world working in this industry but Cape Cod is still my slice of paradise. My wife and I love raising our family here and getting engaged in the community,” says Pedicini, who has built his career on being a community-based business. “From sponsoring and coaching our three children’s youth teams, to leading the Board of Directors of the Baybridge Clubhouse for the mentally ill, giving back to the community is at the heart of this business,” he adds. KenMark also sponsors an annual student scholarship fund for local graduating seniors, and is an active supporter of the United Way and the Woman’s Empowerment through Cape Area Networking (WE CAN) organizations.

Moving forward, Axion/KenMark will operate under Ferland’s leadership with Pedicini assuming the role of vice president of sales for the newly combined sales teams.

“In todays’ world, this is not like your typical manufacturer, corporate buyout. It’s a great thing to have two competitors remain local in the Massachusetts/Cape Cod community and continue to do business like they have for the past 35 years,” says Ferland. “Like I told my employees, the great part about acquisitions is that you can constantly expand your own customer base through products and services that you didn’t have before,” he added.

For the first time both companies will be able to offer their respective customers products and services that they had previously not been able to offer, such as office furniture, managed network and IT services, production print, and expanded managed print services.

“There is great synergy with our companies that we were missing before,” adds Pedicini, “We will now be able to offer so much more as Axion/KenMark under one roof.”

About KenMark Office Systems

Since 1983, KenMark Office Systems has been Cape Cod and South Shore’s single source for office automation, furniture, and supply needs. As office equipment and document solution experts, KenMark offers Savin and Konica Minolta with an award winning responsive service team; including servicing of Hewlett Packard Laser machines. KenMark carries a full line of quality office furniture, design services, as well as a complete, competitive line of office supplies.

2018-08-07T09:58:30-04:00August 7th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology, Inc. and Technocom Partner for Continued Success in North Carolina

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology, Inc. has acquired Technocom of North Carolina in a move that expands Visual Edge’s footprint in the Southeast and enhances Technocom’s already well-established passion for delivering best-in-class solutions and support.

The company’s founder and president, Jim Riggins, who took a chance on entrepreneurship when he was just 26 years old, will continue leading the company under the executive guidance of Visual Edge.

“Visual Edge has a very strong technology team, and I am excited about them taking us to the next level, especially in the managed network services side of our business,” says Riggins.

With two sons in the 32-year-old business, Riggins admits that when he first considered the agreement, he was looking to secure his family name.

“There’s a great advantage to partnering with such a large company,” says Riggins. “Better value for our customers, greater job opportunities; that kind of leverage will only enhance the success we have already had.”

Vice president of business development for Visual Edge Technology, Michael Cozzens added, “Jim has always placed his customers and employees first, and with a business climate that is continually evolving, it just made sense to join the Visual Edge strategy of building a regional and national network of top-notch solutions and support providers.”

This past January, Technocom made two acquisitions of its own, expanding into the Salisbury (Marathon Business Center, Inc.) and Statesville (Document Imaging Solutions) regions of North Carolina, working with former owners Ken Crooms and Bruce Cook respectively.

Together with Visual Edge, Technocom will look to deliver the same outstanding service and support it has since its inception, while expanding upon its existing managed IT services.

Riggins plans to be very much involved in the day-to-day operations of Technocom, often with his four- legged, top-performing sales reps,  Starsky and Hutch. The two black labs make regular appearances with him on sales calls. The dogs, which Riggins admits he did not want at first, are a constant reminder about the importance of loyalty and are even featured on the sides of the company’s vehicles.

“They’re extremely loyal. And because they’re so loyal it kind of got into my skin and I thought, ‘Wouldn’t it be great if people were this loyal?’” says Riggins, “That’s why we always try for a win-win-win – customer-employee-company scenario – at Technocom.”


About Technocom

Since 1987, Technocom has been providing award-winning products and service to the greater Charlotte region. Along with their diversified product line of multifunctional devices, printers, and wide-format printers, Technocom also offers managed mail and managed network services, including cloud services, managed IT, disaster recovery, and data security. Through their “Productive Office Assessments,” Technocom creates custom-tailored, turn-key solutions for their clients, designed to support and optimize their work environment.

2018-08-07T09:56:23-04:00August 7th, 2018|

A Solution to Carry on a Legacy …. Visual Edge Technology Acquires Dunn’s Business Solutions

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology has acquired its 30th office equipment company, Dunn’s Business Solutions—a 40-years-young, independent, and female-owned office equipment, furniture, and supply company in Gaylord, Michigan.

When Dunn’s Office Supply & Machines first opened in 1978, their product line was a little different than today, with cash registers and typewriters. Forty years later, Dunn’s Business Solutions has evolved—providing northern Michigan businesses with state-of-the-art multifunctional equipment, office furniture and supplies, and workflow solutions.

“We are a company rooted in our community. Customer satisfaction is and has always been most important to us,” says Dunn’s president, Theresa McNamara, who has led the company for the last 28 years. When McNamara decided it was time to start planning for retirement, she turned to Visual Edge Technology.

“Their model is exactly what I was looking for—a company that would continue to take care of my employees and my customers, and maybe even do better than I could. I want to see my legacy continue,” says McNamara.

For Dunn’s, it will be business as usual after the acquisition. “The same faces, the same products, the same great service,” adds McNamara. “We hope to add new services and products to increase our customers’ efficiency. That has always been our number one goal.”

The only real change is that, as McNamara transitions out of the business, Dunn’s will carry on under the executive leadership of Danny Brady, president of Brady’s Business Systems, another Visual Edge Technology-owned company.

The transition is expected to be smooth. Both Dunn’s and Brady’s are based in Michigan, and McNamara and Brady have been friends in the business for some time. Like Dunn’s, Brady’s is also an authorized Kyocera reseller, but it will bring the added bonus of expertise in managed print services, document management, and managed IT solutions to Dunn’s customer base.

Danny Brady, President of Brady’s Business Systems, stated, “In a rapidly growing dealer community, it is extremely important for dealers to operate from a stronger competitive position, while remaining independent, within the Visual Edge Technology family.”

Brady’s Business Systems has been serving Central Michigan businesses since 2000 and was acquired by Visual Edge Technology in January.

About Dunn’s Business Solutions

Since 1978, Dunn’s Business Solutions has specialized in providing northern Michigan businesses and organizations with state-of-the-art office equipment, technology, furniture, and supplies while solving some of their biggest workflow and productivity issues. From small non-profits to large, multi-location corporations, Dunn’s has helped hundreds of organizations trim their product and operating expenses and get their hands on the highest quality products and services available on the market, most recently as an authorized reseller  of Kyocera multifunctional and KIP wide-format products.



About Brady’s Business Systems

A Visual Edge Technology Company, Brady’s Business Systems was founded by Danny Brady in 2000 in Grand Blanc, Michigan, and has now grown to represent more than 17 counties in Michigan, with locations in Grand Blanc, Saginaw, and Port Huron. Their success is a direct result of their team’s dedication to the community of customers, superior products, and unparalleled service guarantees. The one-supplier philosophy ensures that they can take care of all your IT, networking, print, fax, and copy needs. They believe that it is their duty to create and maintain user-friendly, streamlined business systems to guide your company into the future of the “networked office environment.”


2018-07-06T09:10:41-04:00July 6th, 2018|

Visual Edge Acquires Business Technology Partners of Orlando

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology’s footprint is growing again in Florida, this time in a strategic move to carry on the legacy of 25-year-old Business Technology Partners (BTP). The management team of BTP will lead a 3-month transition, in an effort to move its operations to neighboring dealer, AXSA Imaging Solutions, Inc. (AXSA), also acquired by Visual Edge just last October.

Bob Christensen, president of AXSA and leader of Visual Edge Technology’s Florida growth strategy, commented on the deal, “Our goal at Visual Edge is very specific—to work with owners of small dealerships who need help with succession planning. We not only give them good value for their company, but we also carry on their legacy by taking care of their key employees and customers.”

With a legacy built on attentive service, BTP has been a leading provider of Xerox and HP multifunctional, wide format, and inkjet office equipment to a number of small businesses across Central Florida.

“BTP’s president, Eric Williams, has done a great job of building the company. This is really the passing of the baton. He wants to make sure that his company, his people, and his employees are in good hands,” added Christensen.

Notably, AXSA only recently got into the copier market, as its heritage had long been in the wide format sector, serving architects, engineers, and construction markets. Recognizing an opportunity to go deeper and wider within its own base, AXSA expanded its reach through a series of small dealer acquisitions.

Christensen’s broad industry experience and success with AXSA bolsters the decision by Visual Edge to have him oversee its other Florida-based businesses—WBS Technologies, FastForward Digital Solutions, Zymphony Technology Solutions, and BTP—bringing a comprehensive suite of office solutions to the market, from multifunctional and wide format equipment to managed print and IT services.

“Both BTP and AXSA have reputations for long-term relationships built on excellent customer service. This tenured service and support will benefit all of our customers, as we now offer best-of-breed technology with office automation and managed IT services to our large customer base in Florida,” says Christensen.


About Business Technology Partners (BTP)

Business Technology Partners is Central Florida’s oldest and most reliable small business imaging solutions provider. BTP provides the sales and service of color and monochrome Xerox and HP multifunctional office equipment, and plotters. The 25-year-old dealership is known for its commitment to serving its customers long after the initial sale.


About AXSA Imaging Solutions, Inc.

A Visual Edge Technology company, AXSA, Inc. is the largest Pagewide XL dealer in the southeastern U.S. and has also served this area with HP Design Jet, KIP wide format printers and Samsung office solutions for several years. Led by president Bob Christensen, AXSA, Inc. is headquartered in Orlando, FL.  Christensen also oversees the operations of Visual Edge-owned and Florida-based WBS Technologies, FastForward Digital Solutions, Zymphony Technology Solutions, and Business Technology Partners.

2018-07-05T11:57:03-04:00July 5th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology Acquires N2N Technologies of Indianapolis

North Canton, Ohio – As the demand for cutting-edge IT services continues to grow, Visual Edge Technology is bringing another core managed IT services provider into its Netwise Resources brand in the Midwest, with the recent acquisition of N2N Technologies of Indianapolis.

The agreement, which will transition operations of N2N’s two locations, including 18 employees, over to Netwise Resources, is the second acquisition of a core IT provider this year. Earlier this year, Zymphony Technology Solutions of Florida was acquired by Visual Edge.

A national leader in the engineering and K-12 education IT spaces, N2N has been a full-service IT provider of information and business technology solutions since 2008. N2N is known for its state-of-the-art private cloud hosting platform, a high point of the deal, that will now provide Visual Edge clients with a private cloud hosting option.

“N2N has had considerable growth in the past five years, and we’ve been approached by many companies about a merger,” says N2N co-founder and chief operating officer, Todd Eaton. “After many conversations with Netwise and Visual Edge, we found that our companies are very similar in management styles and how we work with our customers. It’s a really good fit.”

The merger supports Visual Edge’s national strategy of exponential managed IT growth. “This will increase our ability to offer managed IT services to our base of over 75,000 clients nationwide,” says Mark Gibson, vice president of managed IT services for Visual Edge Technology, “and gives Netwise a centralized 24/7 nationwide service desk operated right from the company’s Indianapolis headquarters.”

“We’re really excited. Together, we will be able to offer even better services to our customers and support the rest of our Visual Edge family with our network operation center,” added Eaton.

With N2N in Netwise’s backyard, Gibson says the transition into the Visual Edge family is expected to be smooth. “Both Eaton and co-founder and president, Travis Tillberry, will play a big role, providing seasoned executive experience to our IT services leadership team,” says Gibson.

Just last year, Netwise Resources too was acquired by Visual Edge, as the acquisition company continued its plan to build a network of managed IT services providers across the country. Today, Visual Edge continues to grow by seeking out new partners in the office equipment, managed print, and managed IT markets to join its team of over 1,000 employees, and 75,000+ combined clients nationwide.


About N2N Technologies, Inc.

N2N Technologies is a full-service IT provider, offering information and business technology solutions. N2N delivers practical experience utilizing industry-leading tools and proven best practices to ensure that its customers consistently receive a level of managed network, data center, and hosting services that exceeds their expectations. N2N’s public cloud, private cloud, colocation, offsite backup, data storage, and disaster recovery solutions serve the needs of small businesses and large enterprises across the Midwest.



About Netwise Resources

Netwise Resources, a Visual Edge Technology Company, is a Managed IT Services provider in Indiana. Providing managed IT and print services for over 400 corporate, healthcare, educational, and non-profit clients, Netwise, an LLC partnership, was started by Mark Gibson in 2000.  With offices in Indianapolis and Lafayette, Netwise’s core product is “IT in a Box,” which provides service desk, remote monitoring, remote support, on-site support, back up and disaster recovery, antivirus and spam protection, managed security, and infrastructure project support. The core of Netwise’s service delivery system is its ITIL-based service desk, which provides 24x7x365 client support and systems monitoring.


2018-07-05T11:57:34-04:00July 5th, 2018|

Visual Edge Technology Acquires Office Systems of Vermont and New Hampshire

North Canton, Ohio – Visual Edge Technology is giving Office Systems of Vermont the “best of both worlds” with its latest acquisition: financial support from a national company, but with the ability to maintain their roots in New England and grow the business together with Axion Business Technologies.

As part of the deal, Office Systems will remain an independent operating company with advisory support from Visual Edge-owned Axion Business Technologies and its president, Robert Ferland.

“This really completes our overall strategy to have a footprint in all of the New England states. The potential for growth here is huge,” says Ferland. “We also get the added bonus of Office Systems’ market share in New Hampshire. One of the benefits for Office Systems’ customers is that we will bring new services to market that they would not have otherwise had access to, such as production print, managed print, and managed IT services.”

Office Systems’ president, Richard Lowrey, says that the decision to join Visual Edge was easy, as Office Systems marks the second dealership that he has sold, both while being under the age of 52. “Being locally owned isn’t as important as it used to be. In a world where people can buy just about anything online, people are technology driven to get the best products with the best deal but still be taken care of,” says Lowrey.

As one of the last independents in Vermont, Lowrey’s “secret sauce” is simple: people, products, and process.  “We run our business on the 3 Ps – you have to have really good people, really good products, and really good processes internally. If you don’t do any of those three things, well, you aren’t going to be great.”

Being great is important to Lowrey, as he filters most of his business decisions through his customers, constantly surveying their loyalty to the Office Systems brand with the Net Promoter Score methodology. “A lot of people in this industry focus on service metrics—how fast can you be there, how fast can you fix it. We don’t. We believe that the measure of our success is whether or not a customer is going to refer us to someone else,” says Lowrey.

According to Lowrey, Office Systems scores around 75, which is pretty admirable for an independent dealership in the small state of Vermont (Apple has 72).

Lowrey admits he did a lot of research on Visual Edge before taking the leap. “What I really like about Visual Edge is that they let you run your own business and nothing really changes except that you get better products, better pricing, and better support,” says Lowrey. “I’ve looked for three years to buy an IT company because I get calls constantly about customers wanting IT support from us. I think this is going to be a huge growth area for us.”

Office Systems, which has had deep roots in Vermont since first opening in 1945, has been owned and operated by Lowrey since 2011. Prior to that, the dealership was the product of a merger between two competitors as the market consolidated in 2000.


About Office Systems

Office Systems is one of the leading independent office equipment providers of Toshiba and HP multifunctional products, and Canon and KIP wide-format products. The dealership has 20 employees across its two locations in Barre, Vermont, and Concord, New Hampshire, and over 100 years combined industry experience. Office Systems is committed to delivering outstanding customer service and monitors its customers’ loyalty using the Net Promoter Score methodology.


About Axion Business Technologies

Axion Business Technolgies, a Visual Edge Technology Company, was founded in 2004 by Robert Ferland, a 35-year veteran in the office products industry. Currently, Axion is the product of 12 acquisitions over the past decade. This rapid growth has enabled Axion to be a driving presence in the industry, proudly representing the Greater Boston, Greater Worcester, Rhode Island, and Southern Massachusetts marketplaces, along with Cape Cod and the Islands. Axion’s product lines include Konica Minolta, Toshiba, Okidata and HP multifunctional products.

2018-07-05T11:58:05-04:00July 5th, 2018|
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