RJ Young Acquires Managed Provider Automated Imaging Systems of Louisiana


RJ Young announced today it has completed the acquisition of Automated Imaging Systems, a privately-owned office technology and equipment dealer in Louisiana.

Founded in the 1969, AIS has serviced the greater Monroe and Alexandria areas with the industry best in multifunction copiers and printers as well as top customer service. The acquisition of AIS further expands RJ Young’s footprint throughout the southeast as they move into a new territory and state.

“This deal brings RJ Young together with one of the industry-leading office technology providers in the state of Louisiana.” said RJ Young President & CEO, Chip Crunk. “The AIS team has grown a fantastic business and an impressive network of customers over the years and we are confident their customers will benefit from the expertise and service for which we are known.”

All sales and service employees from AIS will remain in Louisiana to continue to support and service customer accounts and ensure they are running smoothly. These employees will join more than 600 RJ Young employees to assure the continued high expectations of standards in sales and service.

About RJ Young
RJ Young is one of the largest independent office equipment dealers in the country, specializing in document management solutions, managed print services, remote support, remote monitoring, fulfillment services, and office imaging for small business to enterprise level. Headquartered in Nashville, Tennessee, RJ Young has been helping small to enterprise level businesses since 1955 and has over 600 employees in over 30 sales and service locations across nine states. Under the corporate tagline “Your productivity is our mission,” RJ Young helps modern professionals become more successful in their businesses with solutions to securely manage paper and digital information and empowers businesses with leading printing technologies. To learn more about RJ Young, visit https://www.rjyoung.com.


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