LACONIA — SBM/Seacoast Business Machines has announced a merger with Mac-Durgin Business Systems effective immediately.
Seacoast Business Machines has 30 years of experience as a locally owned and managed office technology provider with relationships with many of the industry's most innovative hardware and software manufacturers.
For Mac-Durgin customers this will make the merger seamless from a service, personnel, and product offering standpoint. Current Mac-Durgin customers will now enjoy the benefit of having additional resources available as a result of Seacoast Business Machines' buying power with manufacturers.
"It is a win/win for all involved," said Terry Miltner, President, Seacoast Business Machines. "With the increased customer base, we will have even more leverage and purchasing power. Mac-Durgin customers will benefit by having access to more products since we are the largest authorized dealer for Sharp's complete line of products in this area. The strength of having both the Sharp and Kyocera full lines provides remarkable flexibility in meeting customer's expectations."
With the merger, Seacoast further solidifies its leadership position as a dealership capable of servicing the office technology needs of New England's businesses from the small one or two person office to the large national companies. As a recognized leader in the document imaging industry, the professionals at Seacoast Business Machines strive to earn the trust, confidence and loyalty of the customers they proudly serve.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 August 2013 11:14
The Franklin Rotary Club recently made a $5,000 matching donation to the Franklin Area Boys and Girls Club. The Franklin Area Boys and Girls Club Steering Committee is currently fundraising to raise $25,000 to open the doors to the Franklin Area Boys and Girls Club. The FABGC club will be a satellite club of the Boys and Girls Club of the Lakes Region. All donations made to the Franklin Area Boys and Girls Club after June 1, 2013 will be matched, up to $5,000, by the Franklin Rotary Club. Julie Buker, right, President of the Franklin Rotary Club, presents Tom Charbono of the Franklin Area Boys and Girls Club Steering Committee with a check for $5,000. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 12 August 2013 11:11
NEW HAMPTON — Alzheimer's Caregivers Support Group will be meeting on Wednesday, August 21 at 5 p.m. at Live Free Home Health Care in New Hampton.
The Support Group is free and open to the public. To reserve a seat in the group RSVP to Bill York, facilitator, at 254-7397.
Last Updated on Monday, 12 August 2013 11:08
Lakes Region Community College (LRCC) Accounting Honors Graduate, James Holmes (Mirror Lake), displays his diploma along with the Student of the Year Award. Holmes was elected by LRCC's faculty and staff as the outstanding student of the 2012-2013 academic year. "The Award was a surprise to me, but I could not have gotten it without the help of my friends and Student Senate members," says Holmes. "The past year has been a lot of fun and being involved with the Senate opened up the opportunity to learn so much more. I would like to thank everyone who was there along the way." Holmes served as LRCC Student Senate President and was a member of Phi Beta Lambda business fraternity. (Courtesy photo)
Last Updated on Monday, 12 August 2013 11:01
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