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August 2017

EDGE Named to the Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies

EDGE Business Systems, a rapidly growing document technology and office equipment company, has been named to the 2017 Inc. 5000 List of Fastest-Growing Private Companies in the United States.

EDGE earned the rank of 1,672 on the prestigious list after just five years of the founders leaving a large industry manufacturer to launch the organization. The company has seen revenues grow 233% over the past three years along with receiving 2014, 2015 and 2016 National Xerox Dealer of the Year.

Get to Know Managed Print

Curious Man Breaking Through Paper

Managed services is quickly growing in today's business world. More and more organizations are seeing that there's simply too much to handle in-house, and a managed service partnership opens up new possibilities while addressing key concerns. One of these managed services is Managed Print, and if you don't know about it yet, it's time you did.

Scan-to-Email Applications for Education

Green Chalkboard in a Clean Classroom

Education is finding that cloud technology is incredibly useful -- inside and outside the classroom, and in administration. Those in the industry that adopt cloud computing are also utilizing the full range of new technologies that offer a transformative experience for students, faculty, and staff. Students have a safer method of saving their work, and teachers can communicate and create in new ways that aid in forward-thinking education.

Your Documents Might Be A Security Risk

Secure Your Documents

Today's businesses have a lot to worry about. Adding to the worry are the constant news stories about large data breaches that affect millions of customers. These breaches are costly for the businesses impacted -- both monetarily and in reputation.

Even if you are conscientious about minimizing risk in your organization, your documents might be one area you have overlooked. Sensitive documents can be affected by both internal and external threats, and most businesses do not have a comprehensive security plan in place. That's where we come in.