Des Plaines Office Equipment receives elite award

  • Chip Miceli, CEO of Des Plaines Office Equipment in Elk Grove Village.

    Chip Miceli, CEO of Des Plaines Office Equipment in Elk Grove Village. COURTESY OF CHIP MICELI

Daily Herald Report
Updated 1/16/2018 1:54 PM

Des Plaines Office Equipment has received the 2017 Elite Dealer Award from ENX Magazine/The Week in Imaging, a national magazine which each year selects top office equipment/imaging solutions dealers from all across the United States, through a nomination/evaluation process.

This is the eleventh consecutive year that the 62-year old, family-owned business based in Elk Grove Village has qualified for the award.


ENX Magazine is a national monthly publication which has been dedicated to the document imaging industry since 1994. The magazine provides exclusive editorial coverage on market opportunities and issues, news and trends, company profiles, new products and industry insights through interviews with key leaders in all segments of the document imaging industry. With a circulation of more than 30,000 print copies and a weekly online newsletter subscription of 12,000, ENX magazine serves as an integrated resource that brings together industry people, products and business concepts and strategies for document imaging industry professionals.

The Elite Dealer annual award honors the best and the brightest in the dealer community. Selections are based on a company's growth, innovative marketing, sales programs, community leadership and leadership within the industry.

Des Plaines Office Equipment was one of a select group of dealers nationally who qualified for the 2017 designation. As part of the selection process, the company is profiled in ENX/The Week in Imaging.

"It's great to have been chosen once again to receive this prestigious award," said Chip Miceli, president of DPOE. "ENX is a valued industry news resource. We are thankful to Susan Neimes, and her team, for all they do to report on our industry."

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