MWA has added four new members to the SAP Business One FORZA base in June. The new members include Dove Print Solutions, Herald Office Solutions, Purpose Software, and Global Asset.
Dove Print Solutions, based in Florence, South Carolina, combines a strong track record with over 25 years of experience in the business supplies and equipment industry, and has been heralded as one of the top 500 fastest growing private companies in America, according to an MWA press release. Partnering with HP, Xerox, Lexmark, Zebra and Print Audit has enabled Dove to provide customized solutions and unrivaled service that reportedly contributes to their status as a national leader in total print solutions.
Headquartered in Dillon, South Carolina, Herald Office Solutions has eight locations in both North and South Carolina. The independent office supply dealer reportedly provides high quality office furnishings, everyday office supplies and network equipment encompassing businesses on a regional and national scale. Herald Office Solutions’ commitment to providing and delivering quality office products and services that exceed expectations and generates value for customers makes the organization an influential force in the imaging channel, according to MWA.
Purpose Software is described by MWA as the United Kingdom’s leading supplier of service management software to document and print management solution providers as re-sellers of prevalent brands like Konica Minolta, Sharp, Xerox, and Samsung among others.
Global Asset has been making IT waves throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area with its innovative solutions. As a means of maximizing IT value, Global Asset delivers comprehensive methods to manage organizational data flow in an efficient manner, according to MWA. From procurement and deployment/re-deployment to disposal and value recovery, Global Asset services reportedly afford companies the ability to stay agile in the dynamic IT lifecycle climate while simultaneously bolstering the support of organizational IT infrastructure.
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