Rhyme Chosen as a 2017 Elite Dealer

Toluca Lake, CA (October 2017) — ENX Magazine and ENX The Week In Imaging announced that Rhyme has been selected as a 2017 Elite Dealer. This annual Who’s Who of the office technology dealer community, which has been bestowed upon the industry’s leaders since 1988, will be featured in the December issue of ENX Magazine.

The 100-plus 2017 Elite Dealers were selected based on numerous criteria, including growth initiatives, innovative marketing programs, outstanding customer service, charitable contributions to the community, progressive workplace cultures and adaptability to an ever-changing market.

“We’re pleased to present the 2017 Elite Dealers and congratulate this year’s honorees for their remarkable entrepreneurial spirit and accomplishments in a challenging marketplace and for leading their dealerships toward the path of continued success,” said Susan Neimes, managing editor of ENX Magazine and ENX The Week In Imaging.

2017 Elite Dealer

Added Erik Cagle, editorial director of ENX Magazine, “While the industry continues to consolidate, our roster of high-ranking performers continues to grow. I am particularly impressed with the caliber of this year’s entries, and their forward-thinking initiatives only underscore the health and vitality of the office technology dealer space. I believe this bodes well for the future of our industry.”

Rhyme has consistently been recognized as an Elite Dealer, and has also been recognized by Sharp as a Hyakuman Elite Dealer and Platinum Level Service Provider. Rhyme is on track to record its 19th year of growth, which it feels is a considerable achievement in a highly competitive industry. 

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About ENX Magazine
ENX Magazine is a monthly publication dedicated to the document technology industry since 1994. Now in its 24th year, ENX Magazine continues to deliver exclusive editorial coverage on market opportunities and issues, news and trends, company profiles, new products, and industry insights through interviews with key players in all segments of the document technology industry. With a circulation of more than 28,000 hard copies, ENX Magazine is the leading integrated resource that brings together industry people, products, and business concepts and strategies for document technology industry professionals.

The magazine also publishes ENX The Week In Imaging, a weekly e-newsletter that provides news, profiles, technology and business updates, along with blogs from some of the industry’s most prominent players.

About Rhyme

Rhyme is one of the largest independent providers of office technology solutions in the country. In business since 1945, Rhyme employees over 90 people and has 10 locations throughout Wisconsin and Illinois. Their corporate office is located in Portage, Wisconsin and has roots that date back to the 1800s. Rhyme streamlines their customer’s workflow by integrating the appropriate technology to meet their needs.

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