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Welcome to the Business Technology Association!
Founded in 1926, the Business Technology Association (BTA) serves office technology dealerships, resellers, manufacturers, distributors and service companies. Its core members — office technology dealerships — consult, provide services and sell hardware, software and supplies with the goal of helping businesses maximize their investment in devices and technology. Through the association's various educational programs, information, research, legal services, publications and guidance, BTA member dealerships are positioned to be the premier source of the office technology used by businesses throughout the United States every day.

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A Balanced Approach
Like with anything else, the evolution of the A4 MFP has occurred in stages. As the A4 MFP finally began to reach its stride, it was, at first, largely seen by dealers as a path to decreased revenues. What is the current stage of the A4 MFP's evolution? You might say it is now "settling in" as an important component of the office technology industry's product portfolio. Increasingly, the A4 MFP is finding a happy home in the workplace, including in such leading verticals as health care, legal and real estate.

Meet Ron Hulett
On July 1, Ron Hulett, president and CEO of U.S. Business Systems Inc. in Elkhart, Ind., became the national president of the Business Technology Association (BTA). He is BTA's 80th president. His $4 million-plus dealership services northern Indiana and southern Michigan. It represents Kyocera and Sharp, and sells and supports many different office technology products and software. Recently, Office Technology magazine had the opportunity to visit with Hulett, asking about his role as a BTA volunteer and the association.

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