Pat Hall (left), president of Lang Business Systems, greets Shawn Elcome, regional sales manager for Innov8 who’s relocated from Kelowna to Nelson. Photo submitted

Nelson’s Lang Business Systems purchased by Kelowna company

Innov8 will set up shop in Nelson

Submitted

Innov8 Digital Solutions Inc. (Innov8), headquartered in Kelowna, has acquired Nelson’s Lang Business Systems and is expanding their sales and service of office coverage into the West Kootenay.

Locally owned and operated since 1984, Lang Business Systems has been the leading digital imaging sales and support company to small and medium-size businesses and the public sector throughout the West Kootenay.

“We are very excited to become part of the community in the West Kootenay and bring previously unavailable services, and enhanced product options to the businesses in the area,” says Innov8 Digital Solutions president Andre Brosseau.

“Innov8 has committed to real estate and people in the region to ensure excellence in service and maintaining local roots. We look forward to expanding upon the tremendous foundation Pat Hall and the team at Lang have built over the past 35 years.”

Innov8 is B.C.’s largest independently owned and operated office equipment sales and service organization. Innov8 has a team of over 60 employees and seven locations across Vancouver Island and the B.C. Interior.

As digital technologies converge, our focus is on providing synergies between the traditional market of digital imaging (copiers, printers, and scanners) and managed IT solutions. Innov8 sells and supports office and IT technology solutions by Canon, Sharp, HP, Lexmark, Océ, Microsoft, Cisco, Sophos and many more.

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