Press release from the issuing company
Acquisition to Enhance Enterprise Content Management Business Practice
Ramsey, N.J. – Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. today announced that it has acquired AMS Imaging, New England’s premier enterprise content management solution provider, to support and further expand the company’s Enterprise Content Management (ECM) business practice growth strategy.
As part of the acquisition agreement, AMS Imaging will become part of Konica Minolta’s ECM business practice and market under the name Konica Minolta. The primary office location in Warwick, RI will continue to support the New England, New York, New Jersey and Connecticut markets, as well as house the company’s management and administrative staff.
"Core to our services and solution strategy is to provide our customers with expanded offerings such as ECM in conjunction with our existing award-winning software portfolio,” says Sam Errigo, SVP, Business Intelligence Services, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. “The acquisition of AMS Imaging expands Konica Minolta’s existing ECM practice with the addition of highly skilled solutions analysts, solutions engineers and imaging staff with extensive industry knowledge and expertise to support our customers. Additionally, by expanding our ECM portfolio, we are complementing our existing core competencies that aim to continuously deliver the most innovative workflow solutions to our customers.”
AMS Imaging was established in 1971, and offers end-to-end ECM solutions including consulting services, software, digital scanning equipment, and production scanning services to help companies of all sizes reduce costs and improve efficiency. The organization prides itself on exceeding customer expectations by providing technical and business expertise that continually delivers value for their clients
“We are excited to combine AMS Imaging’s extensive sales and support capabilities with the breadth of Konica Minolta’s offerings,” says James McKenney, CEO AMS Imaging. “With this move, our newly combined teams will be able to leverage shared and proven best practices and resources to expand our ECM business while providing the highest levels of support for our customers.”
Konica Minolta’s commitment to the development of a national ECM practice, vertical market expertise, Managed IT Services, application development, and more than 120 branch office locations across the country are some of the reasons that AMS Imaging has joined the organization.
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