Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. (Konica Minolta), a leading provider of advanced imaging and networking technologies for the desktop to the print shop, has announced that Island Business Systems & Supplies (IBSS) of Maite, Guam has become an authorized dealer partner of Konica Minolta. Founded in 1985, IBSS will now offer Konica Minolta’s complete line of award-winning office systems, digital presses, printers, as well as an extensive portfolio of document management and workflow solutions.
With employees on Guam and Saipan, IBSS currently serves accounts in the private, public, federal and military sectors. IBSS is a wholly owned division of Townhouse Department Stores, Inc., an affiliate of Jones and Guerrero Company, Inc. (J&G), a homegrown leader in Guam business for over 60 years. IBSS has established its own reputation as a premier regional provider of solutions designed to meet the needs of its clients in document imaging, creation, storage, management and distribution. It now adds the highly regarded Konica Minolta product lineup to IBSS’ already impressive stable of document management, hardware, software and services.
“We chose to partner with Konica Minolta due to the high caliber of the company’s management team, products and services,” said J&G Chief Operating Officer, Ramona Lea Jones. IBSS General Manager, Roland Franquez added, “As a full-fledged partner, we are excited about our ability to provide our customers with exceptional products and solutions from Konica Minolta, which will further boost our competitive edge.”
“To continue to grow as a world-class leader in the digital imaging industry and expand our global market presence, we continue to establish relationships with innovative business partners across the Pacific Ocean,” said Nick Tanigami, Senior Vice President, Strategic Accounts & International Business, Konica Minolta Business Solutions U.S.A., Inc. “IBSS shares the Konica Minolta vision and is committed to delivering the best quality products and services to its customers.”