IMAGE ONE announced it has received the CompTIA Managed Print Trustmark, for its commitment to the highest levels of integrity and sustained quality service in the Managed Print industry. In doing so, IMAGE ONE became one of a select few in the industry to earn this prestigious designation.
To date, only 23 companies worldwide hold this credential. Childhood friends Rob Dube and Joel Pearlman founded the company in 1991, and for the past several years have received recognition as one of INC 5000’s Fastest Growing Private Companies and Metropolitan Detroit’s 101 Best and Brightest Places to Work. “Achieving the CompTIA Managed Print Services Trustmark brings recognition to our technical expertise, service standards and unbiased approach to optimize our customers’ print and document environments,” commented Rob Dube, President.
“To be one of a very small group of companies who have earned this credential is something that we’re extremely proud of.” The CompTIA Managed Print Trustmark is a vendor neutral, business-level credential designed to qualify and differentiate organizations that offer managed print services. To receive the Trustmark, an organization must agree to a code of conduct, pass an extensive competency assessment, and submit an application covering a detailed list of criteria.
“This industry benchmark of competency, trust and value requires companies to complete a rigorous evaluation process,” said Nancy Hammervik, Senior Vice President, Industry Relations, CompTIA. “By earning this Trustmark, IMAGE ONE has demonstrated its commitment to meet or exceed the best business practices the IT industry has to offer.” This credential was developed through the CompTIA Managed Print Services Community, which focuses on the creation of training and educational resources to improve the managed print services industry.