Ramsey, NJ — Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta) is pleased to announce a new, ten-year agreement with Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) OMNIA Partners. Building on the 25-year history of partnering with OMNIA Partners, Konica Minolta will offer an innovative suite of technology and services to members of OMNIA Partners Private Sector.
Offerings will include Konica Minolta’s entire line of award-winning bizhub® multifunction printers and Accurio® Production Systems, nationwide Managed IT Services and Intelligent Information Management (IIM) – with a focus on business process outsourcing (BPO), workflow automation and digital archiving services. The contract will also cover video solution services for physical security and safety of people and premises and managed print services to help businesses relieve costs related to all areas of print.
“Konica Minolta continues to benefit from this strategic alliance that began almost 25 years ago. The significant success of our relationship with OMNIA Partners is attributable to the combined efforts of the sales and executive teams of both organizations,” said Sam Errigo, President and CEO, Konica Minolta. “With the support of OMNIA Partners, we look forward to continuing to provide a consultative approach to members with a focus on business transformation, coupled with the right technology to assist with the next wave of office efficiencies that drive the Intelligent Connected Workplace.”
“OMNIA Partners is proud to renew our relationship with Konica Minolta to drive efficiencies and enable our members to receive more overall value. We take pride in offering our members access to a broad array of industry leading suppliers and are excited to have Konica Minolta continue as part of our comprehensive portfolio,” said Todd Abner, President and CEO, OMNIA Partners. “With Konica Minolta‘s extensive technology and solutions, we know we are providing a unique opportunity for our members to embrace services critical to their business continuity and digital transformation.”