DEX Imaging Acquires Omega Office Systems, Adding Xerox Copier/MFPs to Lineup
DEX Imaging, one of the largest independent dealer of document-imaging equipment in the eastern United States, reports that it’s acquired Omega Office Systems, a $3 million Kyocera and Xerox dealership headquartered in Sarasota, Florida, with service coverage from Naples to New Port Richey, for an undisclosed sum.
This is DEX Imaging’s third acquisition in 2016, which adds another 15 employees to DEX’s existing employee base of more than 1,000. DEX, a privately held company, now has a total of 35 branch operations throughout the eastern United States.
Omega Office Systems was founded in 2000 by owners Kevin and Stacey Logan.
DEX Imaging states that as “the largest independent dealer of document imaging equipment and content management software in the eastern United States,” its projected revenue for 2016 exceeds $250 million.
The company sells and services Konica Minolta, Canon, Kyocera, HP Inc., Sharp, and now Xerox copiers/MFPs and printers. Founded in 2002, company has grown to 35 branch locations with over 1,000 employees, and has “rapid expansion plans to become the preeminent independent office imaging dealer in the United States by 2020.”
- July 2016: DEX Acquires Sharp-Dealer Modular Document Solutions in ‘Largest Acquisition to Date’
- June 2015: DEX Imaging Acquires Managed-Print Services Provider TotalPrint
- May 2013: Copier/MFP Dealer DEX Imaging Acquires Two Florida Dealers