SmartPrint completes acquisition of LaserCorp Ontario

SmartPrint Inc. (Toronto), one of Canada’s leading independent MPS (Manages Print Services) firms, has acquired LaserCorp’s Toronto MPS practice. “This is an exciting development for our Toronto-based clients, who will now be able to leverage SmartPrint’s broader portfolio of hardware and software solutions.” said Eric Black, President or Montreal-based LaserCorp Inc.

Tim Lomax.
SmartPrint President Tim Lomax.

“We’re extremely excited to support LaserCorp’s clients and believe we can help take their organizations to the next level of efficiency and cost savings.” said Tim Lomax, President of SmartPrint Inc. “Since 1990, LaserCorp has been providing white-glove MPS service for professional services firms throughout Toronto’s downtown core. LaserCorp clients will join SmartPrint’s rapidly growing list of Canadian clients in the professional services sector. To facilitate a smooth transition, all of LaserCorp’s technical services team will be joining SmartPrint. This strategic acquisition of over 100 mid-market professional services clients (legal, finance and accounting) affirms SmartPrint as the leading independent experts in Canada’s MPS marketspace.”

smartprintlasercorp-inSmartPrint helps organizations manage complex printing environments. Its team offers office printing equipment and software to help simplify office printing, scanning and document workflow, all aimed at reducing print costs from 30% – 50%, reducing help desk calls by 25%, and facilitating administrative efficiency through vendor consolidation.

Founded in 1990, LaserCorp has a manufacturing facility in Montreal, and a sales and service office in Toronto along with national sales and service capabilities. LaserCorp specializes in HP laser printers and multifunctional printers (MFPs). It examines the way products and services are traditionally offered in the marketplace, and then strategically creates systems that reduce costs while improving those services.

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Tony Curcio is the editor of Graphic Arts Magazine.