XMC is the second largest Xerox dealer in the United States. This is a remarkable achievement when you consider that XMC reached this status in less than 20 years and has surpassed dealers in much larger U.S. market such as New York, and Houston.
XMC, Inc. originated as a subsidiary of an office supply company and initially served only Jackson and surrounding rural West Tennessee. Bob Hamilton, the President and CEO, took full ownership in 1992. Bob saw the potential of the company and the Xerox product line. His vision was to expand into multiple markets throughout the Southeast by offering a pleasant customer service experience backed by competent technical support. He saw that XMC could surpass all competitors by providing the quality of service that matched the quality of Xerox equipment.
XMC began with a single employee. Today, XMC has more than 60 staff members and serves the entire Mid-South. XMC has nine offices within four states, but covers sales territories in six states including TN, AL, AR, MS, MO, and GA. XMC’s approach to maintaining excellence in customer service is under-promising and over-delivering. The client comes first at XMC, with the focus on matching clients with the tools to be productive, competitive, and profitable.
To fascinate and delight our customers so that they will trust us to provide them with sustainable competitive advantage through world class document technology and process improvement
To provide effective, efficient, and adaptive document technology that is based upon our customer's requirement To ensure that our customers always receive more value than they expect
With world class laser printing systems, facsimile terminals, copiers, and network enablers from Xerox®, we're helping our customers to be more competitive, productive, and profitable
Through continuous training and process analysis, we are committed to changing our company to help your organization to be more competitive. We understand that, "if you always do… What you've always done, you will always get… What you've always got."