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Olean, NY.  – (November 12, 2020). Databranch located in Olean, NY has joined with Repeat Business Systems, Inc. (RBS) as a new division bringing their 35 years of experience in the IT industry to RBS via the company’s lucky 13th acquisition.

Databranch has been serving local, regional, national, and international businesses in Western/Central New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania since 1985. Their mission is to help clients implement technology solutions in order to reduce risk, protect their critical business data, increase productivity, and enhance customer service across four key areas: managed services, networking, security, and business continuity. Organizations who work with Databranch can rely on them to always provide professional technology services, executed with a personal touch and Databranch attributes their success to a unique blend of organizational capacity, expert project management, corporate values, and technical expertise.

RBS owned and founded by Dawn and John Abbuhl in 1987 has been offering office technology solutions including copiers, printers, scanners, document imaging software and Network and IT services with a focus on IT Security.  RBS has leading software engineers, expert consultants and the highest level of service in the region. With companies putting more emphasis on workflow and efficient production, Repeat Business System Inc. offers cutting edge solutions often saving customers thousands of dollars.  Repeat Business Systems, Inc. was named one of the Top Workplaces in the Capital Region nine straight years, is a New York Certified Women Owned Business Enterprise, and has numerous local and national awards for excellence.

“We are really excited about joining the great team at Repeat Business Systems.  Databranch will continue to provide the same high level of service and support, and we will now have expanded resources and products that we can offer to our clients as well!” said David Prince, President of Databranch.

“Acquisition discussions began before the pandemic. We continued to move forward as IT performance and security are even more important than ever, especially protecting those organizations where staff are working from home,” said Dawn Abbuhl, president of Repeat Business Systems. “We are very excited to add Databranch and their years of experience in the IT industry as a new member of the RBS family. The Databranch division will allow us to further expand our geographic market and add technical abilities while giving us the opportunity to leverage additional innovative technology solutions and success as a managed services provider. Both of our companies share similar values as family-owned businesses and through this change, we will both be able to serve our clients at an even higher level moving forward.”

You can contact Databranch at 716-373-4467, info@databranch.com, or visit their website at www.databranch.com for additional information.

 

 

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