Flex Technology Group Joins the Consortium Executive Leadership Council

Scottsdale, AZ, Jan 11 — Stramaglio Consulting has announced that Flex Technology Group (FTG), one of the nation’s largest independent office technology and managed print service providers, has joined The Consortium, a think tank for the Imaging Channel. This impressive group of industry leaders is dedicated to ensuring the channel continues to prosper and thrive in any environment. The Consortium is currently focused on helping to improve business agility for the channel and workplaces it includes.

FTG provides customized office technology solutions for national and leading-edge regional companies across the U.S. This includes Fortune 500 and renowned blue-chip businesses that span an extensive array of vertical markets. The company is best known for its unparalleled national managed print programs, high-speed production print offerings, and industry-leading software solutions from the world’s largest and most reliable manufacturers.

As a new member of The Consortium Executive Leadership Council (ELC), representatives from Flex Technology Group will offer their vision and expertise in the channel. They will collaborate with other leadership members and assist in identifying channel opportunities, developing new programs, and setting new best-practice standards.

“We’re grateful for this opportunity to join The Consortium,” says Mike McGuirk at Flex Technology Group.  “It’s electrifying to think about bringing the greatest minds in the office technology industry together to collaborate and contribute to helping our industry flourish. I’m confident FTG will bring immense value and a unique perspective to this group.”

The Consortium is assembled by Mike Stramaglio, President and CEO of Stramaglio Consulting, and seeks to establish an open collaborative platform that enables the Imaging Channel to embrace and lead Digital Transformation (DX).

“It is my great honor and pleasure to have Flex Technology Group join The Consortium.  FTG offers their unique solutions with national presence of its partners and I am sure they will add another great value to The Consortium,” says Mike Stramaglio. “I look forward to meeting our Consortium members at the Executive Connection Summit in Scottsdale in about 30 days.  I am so grateful to have such many great industry leaders flock together to help the channel and we will keep pushing business agility forward and make technology work in harmony with humanity.”

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