IT Supplies Expands Operations with the Acquisition of Inkjet Art

This expands IT Supplies distibutor lines and services.

Rolling Meadows, IL-based IT Supplies Inc, recently acquired Inkjet Art, based in Salt Lake City, Utah. This new alliance establishes IT Supplies as a distributor serving the creative, graphics and photographic community in the U.S.

Inkjet Art, well-known for their Museum Digital Fine Art, Illuminata Art and Canvas, as well as the Micro-Ceramic line of photo paper, will now offer their product range and complimentary solutions through a dedicated Inkjet Art Division at IT Supplies.

Both IT Supplies and Inkjet Art were founded in 1998, and are united by a common business culture. The new alliance continues its focus on 100% customer-driven service model, while benefitting clients with a greater product selection, competitive pricing models and enhanced performance via online and phone-in sales channels.

Inkjet Art founder Royce Bair comments “This merger is a great move for both companies and further ensures an enhanced product and service commitment for the entire customer base. The founding ideologies of both organizations have been built around fairness, outreach to our
communities and to exceed customer expectations, and that remains as the daily focus.”

Greg Lahart, President and founder of IT Supplies shares “Inkjet Art is a perfect fit for us. We are thrilled with this expansion, and our team is ready to listen and serve, while never losing site on the importance of each and every customer; long-standing or brand new.” Lahart’s background includes an 18-year history as an executive with HP, where he began his thorough understanding of the printing industry.

The combined organizations will operate under the IT Supplies Inc. brand and website while supporting the product lines from both companies; presenting a broad selection of products that include Epson, Canon, Wacom, X-rite, Moab, Hahnemuhle, Simply Elegant,
Canson, Inkpress, Ilford, Museo, Premier Imaging, Innova and Phototex.

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