Capital Business Machines

Capital Business Machines was founded in 1939 as Capital Typewriter
 Company on Main Street in downtown Little Rock, where it remains today. 

Over the years, the company evolved from the early typewriter days by adding many new products and services. Today, it sells and services printers, both black-and-white and color; fax machines; multi-function copiers, and digital duplicators.

Its services include product maintenance, network support, imaging and print management. Industry partners include Hewlett-Packard, Print Tracker, Kyocera, OKI Print Solutions, Lexmark, Dell, Microsoft, BTA and RISO.

In the fall of 2000, Brett Rogers and his family acquired Capital Business Machines.

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