The acquisition, Kyocera said, will strengthen its market position in central Pennsylvania and northern Maryland.
“Quality Digital Office Technology is an example of resilience and adaptation to the changes that our sector has experienced in recent decades. This acquisition supports our drive to find the best option for our partners, so that they can innovate, lead and, therefore, offer exceptional customer service,” Óscar Sánchez, president of Kyocera Document Solutions America, said.
Under terms of the deal, QDOT will become part of Kyocera Document Solutions Mid-Atlantic and change its name to Quality Digital Office Technology, a Division of Kyocera Document Solutions Mid-Atlantic. Its current management team will remain the same.
“We are very proud to become part of such a prestigious company, a company with whom we have shared a wonderful relationship over the last 40 years. We are very excited about the opportunities this move can provide,” Jeff Poet, founder, Quality Digital Office Technology, said.
Financial terms were not disclosed.