Posted on 06/15/2015
Fifth consecutive year of Top Workplace recognition by the Star Tribune confirms Loffler employees remain a top priority throughout growth and market expansion
Loffler Companies, the leading office technology and services provider in the upper Midwest, has been named a Top 150 Workplace by the Star Tribune. This is Loffler’s fifth year of Top Workplace… Continue Reading →
Posted on 06/4/2015
Acquisition strengthens Loffler’s Managed Print Services division to position Loffler as one of the top independent Managed Print dealers in the country.
Loffler Companies is pleased to announce they have purchased Laser Technologies, Inc. of St Paul, MN, a 28-year-old Managed Print Services (MPS) company in St. Paul, MN. Along with the current annual double-digit… Continue Reading →
Loffler Companies Becomes Proud Technology Partner to St. Paul Saints Baseball Team in New Downtown St. Paul StadiumPosted on 05/27/2015
Loffler’s integrated technology solution, which includes multi-functional devices as well hardware and servers for their computer infrastructure, keeps the Saint business office hitting home runs.
Loffler Companies is pleased to announce they are now a proud technology partner to the Saint Paul Saints minor league baseball team. Loffler provides multi-functional devices to the Saints that… Continue Reading →
Loffler Companies Media Statement Regarding Offensive Tweets Made to President Obama on May 21, 2015Posted on 05/22/2015
Released to media on May 22, 2015 at 6:30 p.m.
We want to be clear and direct. The Twitter post to President Obama’s personal account by a Jeff Gullickson of Minneapolis is not the same Jeff Gullickson who is employed by Loffler Companies. The views expressed in the post in no way reflect the views,… Continue Reading →
Posted on 05/4/2015
Using email to conduct important business always starts with the best intentions – saving everyone time. Just think back to the last time you used email to solve a significant business issue or answer detailed questions from an important customer.
But sometimes email creates a disaster of miscommunication. Tone, intonation, and emotion get lost in… Continue Reading →