Pulse Technology received an Elite Dealer Award for the 17th consecutive year.
The Elite Dealer Awards are presented annually by ENX Magazine to the top technology and office equipment dealers across the United States.
“We’re very pleased to have been selected again this year to be on the Elite Dealer's list,” said Chip Miceli, Pulse Technology’s president and CEO, in a press release.
ENX Magazine evaluates dealers on their technical service. Marketing, leadership and philanthropy are other factors. The monthly magazine is dedicated to the office technology industry.
“We’ve added some significant players to this year’s list, which adds credibility to its distinction as the only ‘who’s who’ directory for the dealer channel,” said Erik Cagle, editorial director of ENX Magazine.
Pulse Technology is one of 118 dealer honorees on the list.
“It is always an honor to be selected,” Miceli said. “All of us at Pulse Technology congratulate our fellow Elite Dealers.”
The award recipients represent the top players in the industry.
“We believe this list is indicative of the strength and vibrancy of the dealer channel,” said Susan Neimes, publisher and manager of ENX Magazine and ENX The Week in Imaging, a weekly e-newsletter. “I’m confident that the full resumption of post-pandemic business is taking hold, which has me excited for the future of this industry.”
Pulse Technology provides office technology, IT services and office products. Their clients include schools, hospitals and businesses.
Pulse Technology is the re-branded name for Des Plaines Office Equipment and Kramer & Leonard McShane. The company was founded in 1955. It has offices in Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin.
Pulse Technology has been named to the Inc. 5000 list for fastest-growing businesses across the U.S. They also won the Better Business Bureau’s Torch Award and the ENX Magazine Difference Maker recognition.