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MCPc and RS Business Machines Inc. Form MCPc Imaging & Printing, LLC

CLEVELAND, OH--(Marketwire - January 10, 2013) -  MCPc, Inc., a Cleveland-based technology products and solutions provider, announced today the combining of its imaging and printing business unit with RS Business Machines Inc., a leader in the managed print services industry located in Sandusky, Ohio, to create a new entity named MCPc Imaging and Printing, LLC.

MCPc has depth and expertise in the data center, networking, collaboration, and advanced business analytics. RS Business Machines has developed an advanced model to track and deliver service which will benefit existing MCPc managed print service customers. Both of their clients will be better served by combining the best of both companies. In addition, the newly formed company will be able to offer print as a service to customers. Similar to software as a service, print as a service means that the client no longer has to purchase devices to produce paper documents, they simply pay for each page that they print. The print-as-a-service model provides the devices, supplies, and services needed to print, copy, scan, or fax documents as needed, all based on a cost per page basis.

"MCPc believes that our customers will be best served by a business focused specifically on managed print services," said Michael Trebilcock, chairman and chief executive officer of MCPc. "MCPc will have a significant ownership interest in the joint venture. With their operational proficiencies and our scale and scope, we couldn't be more excited about being partnered with them." 

"We've both learned a great deal from each other already," said Gina Vincent, former president of RS and new president of MCPc, Imaging and Printing, LLC. "On behalf of everyone at MCPc Imaging and Printing, LLC, we are looking forward to new opportunities to learn and grow from each other, our customers, and partners."

About MCPc

MCPc delivers scalable solutions to host, secure and optimize an anyplace workspace -- helping clients empower their employees to work from anywhere, and on any device. The company is a top 100 IT Solution Provider, driven by partnerships with the world's leading advanced technology manufacturers. Headquartered in Cleveland and with branch locations across the United States, MCPc maintains practice areas in datacenter and virtualization, borderless networks, collaboration, personal systems, mobility, imaging and printing, and professional and managed services.

From the data center to the desktop and into the cloud, MCPc ensures client success by leveraging IT to drive business performance, improve productivity and increase revenue. For more information, visit www.MCPc.com, subscribe to MCPc's business technology blog, or connect with the company on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook.

About MCPc Imaging and Printing LLC

MCPc Imaging and Printing is committed to helping clients streamline workflow and find cost-reducing solutions through their two major business divisions, PagePilot™ and Osupplies.com™. Its proprietary PagePilot™ program is a turn-key print optimization process that is custom designed to control cost and improve productivity. Osupplies.com™ is its online supply store designed to provide clients with the lowest prices on all of their office products. Founded in 1976, and now in its second generation of ownership, MCPc Imaging and Printing employs over forty employees and services clients nationwide. For more information, visit www.rstpm.com.

Media Contact:
Jed Ayres
Senior vice president, partner management and marketing, MCPc
Phone: 415.827.2570
media@mcpc.com

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