Star Tribune names Loffler Companies a 2021 Minnesota Top Workplace

MINNEAPOLIS, June 21, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — The Star Tribune has named Loffler Companies one of Minnesota’s Top 150 Workplaces for the tenth year. The Top Workplaces list recognizes the most progressive companies in Minnesota based on Continue ReadingStar Tribune names Loffler Companies a 2021 Minnesota Top Workplace

Loffler Companies Named an Elite Dealer for Twelfth Consecutive Year

As the Upper Midwest’s largest privately owned business technology and managed services company, Loffler Companies continues to grow and focus on helping clients succeed. Loffler Companies has been selected once Continue ReadingLoffler Companies Named an Elite Dealer for Twelfth Consecutive Year

Loffler Companies Acquires MinnDak Computer Services of Fargo, ND, Bringing World-Class Business Technology to North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota

Loffler Companies’ expansion brings a suite of managed business technology solutions including copiers and printers, physical security, IT managed and professional services, unified communications, document workflow and onsite people-based services Continue ReadingLoffler Companies Acquires MinnDak Computer Services of Fargo, ND, Bringing World-Class Business Technology to North Dakota and Northwestern Minnesota

What’s Happenin’ in Minnesota? A COVID-19 Chat With A Minnetonka Imaging Dealer.

Stephanie Keating works for Advanced Imaging Solutions (AIS), a family-owned office technology company in Minnetonka MN. Celebrating their 20th year in business, AIS sells popular brands like Konica Minolta, Sharp Continue ReadingWhat’s Happenin’ in Minnesota? A COVID-19 Chat With A Minnetonka Imaging Dealer.

How Far Would You Drive For In-N-Out Burger? Minnesota’s Steve Gau Beat You. A COVID-19 Road Trip.

On May 1, imaging dealers and partners finished their week with a pirate-themed Happy Hour sponsored by BPO Media, raising money for a charity in Las Vegas NV and a Continue ReadingHow Far Would You Drive For In-N-Out Burger? Minnesota’s Steve Gau Beat You. A COVID-19 Road Trip.