Pulse Technology receives 2023 Elite Dealer Award

For the 17th consecutive year, Pulse Technology has been selected as an Elite Dealer Award winner by ENX Magazine/The Week in Imaging, a national magazine that recognizes top technology and office equipment/imaging solutions dealers from across the United States.

Pulse Technology, which incorporates the former Des Plaines Office Equipment and Kramer & Leonard McShane's under its umbrella, serves Illinois, Indiana, and Wisconsin from multiple locations.

The Elite Dealer award is the annual "Who's Who" of the office technology dealer community.

Each year, ENX Magazine judges Elite Dealer nominees on a number of criteria, including technical service excellence, marketing proficiency, growth initiatives, technology leadership, industry accolades and philanthropy. Affinity Business Communications, the publisher of ENX Magazine and ENX The Week In Imaging, said profiles of the recipients of the 2023 Elite Dealers will be featured in the December issue of ENX Magazine.

"As 2023 saw the post-pandemic remnants of business disruptions, including supply chain shortages, slowly disappear, the dealer community pushed forward to not only retain and garner a larger share of the client wallet, but also increase their volume of net-new business," said Susan Neimes, publisher and manager of ENX Magazine and ENX The Week in Imaging. "U.S. dealers continued to leverage product diversification strategies to supplement revenues, and this year's list is a strong indication of their growth success."

ENX Magazine is a monthly publication dedicated to the office technology and document imaging industry since 1994. The magazine also publishes ENX The Week In Imaging, a weekly e-newsletter that provides news, profiles, technology and business updates, along with blogs from some of the industry's most prominent players.

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