The Center for Business Innovation
added some hardware earlier this spring after being recognized as a premiere dealer of KYOCERA document solutions for the fifth consecutive year.
The award, says CBI Finance Director Dan Sutter, is awarded to fewer than 10 percent of KYOCERA dealers, and represents the commitment CBI has made to providing innovative document solutions to Michigan businesses through KYOCERA equipment and systems.
"We not only provide the hardware to our customers, but we also include the business applications that can be incorporated with the devices to enhance an organization's workflow," says Sutter. "It's all about providing managed print services and total document solutions."
CBI has partnered with KYOCERA Document Solutions since the early 1970s, and continues to be a leading, single-line dealer of KYOCERA in Michigan. In that time, Sutter explains, copiers have evolved into multi-functional machines that integrate hardware and software to meet the specific needs of specific industries.
"Twenty or 30 years ago, a copier was something you plugged into a wall and it didn't talk to anything else," says Sutter. "Today, a copier is an integral part of a company's workflow."
CBI is a Michigan-based managed technology service provider specializing in cloud, imaging, professional and network services. The company serves most of lower Michigan, with many customers in the education, legal and health care sectors. About 60 people work for CBI through a network of offices in Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo, Flint, Saginaw and Southfield, with headquarters in Lansing.
Sources: Dan Sutter, Finance Director, Center for Business Innovation
Writer: Ann Kammerer, News Editor
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