Nex-Tech buys Topeka-primarily based Inland Computer Devices – Information – The Topeka Capital-Journal

A Kansas-primarily based technology corporation is obtaining a computer fix and network set up retail outlet in Topeka.

Broadband, technologies organization Nex-Tech declared in a news release this thirty day period that it has obtained Inland Computer system Systems, found in Topeka’s Hillsdale Purchasing Middle in the vicinity of the intersection of S.W. 17th Avenue and Fairlawn Highway.

In 2019, Nex-Tech started giving technological innovation companies in the Topeka market place and experienced two local staff members here, according to the company. This newest acquisition expands Nex-Tech’s offerings in the funds town and lets the business to provide two extra staff members to the space.

“We know Nex-Tech is a good company with a main basis built on a regular of providing substantial-degree consumer service, quality set up and outstanding help,” claimed Bob Raymer, former proprietor of Inland Computer Methods. “Our buyers will be in great palms with Nex-Tech.”

Raymer co-owned Inland with Pam Gies. Inland, which gives pc maintenance, network installation and components products and services, opened in Topeka in 1983. The store also features printer and typewriter routine maintenance, but that portion of the company isn’t being obtained by Nex-Tech.

“We are fired up to have labored with Bob and Pam on this acquisition,” said Steve Riat, Nex-Tech’s director of sales. “We will proceed with the exact providers in Topeka, additionally increase the offerings with Nex-Tech’s entire line of technology apps, such as cloud providers, secure networking, security and surveillance, mobile products, hardware and software package, to tailor made apps and desktops.”

Nex-Tech is headquartered in Lenora and has 330 personnel spread out across the state.