Nex-Tech acquires Topeka-based technology company

Cristopher Centers

Nex-Tech announced Thursday it has reached an agreement to acquire Inland Computer Systems of Topeka. Inland provides computer repair, network installation, hardware, and managed services. Inland opened in Topeka in 1983 and has been co-owned by Bob Raymer and Pam Gies. Inland is located at 17th and Fairlawn, and Nex-Tech […]

Nex-Tech announced Thursday it has reached an agreement to acquire Inland Computer Systems of Topeka.

Inland provides computer repair, network installation, hardware, and managed services. Inland opened in Topeka in 1983 and has been co-owned by Bob Raymer and Pam Gies. Inland is located at 17th and Fairlawn, and Nex-Tech will have an office in this same location. Inland also provides printer and typewriter maintenance, but that portion of the business is not being acquired. Nex-Tech will have four local staff in the Topeka location.

Steve Riat, director of sales at Nex-Tech, explained Nex-Tech’s history in the Topeka market.

“In 2019, Nex-Tech started offering business technology services in the Topeka market and had two local team members.” Riat said. “We are excited to have worked with Bob and Pam on this acquisition, and we will continue with the same services in Topeka, plus expand the offerings with Nex-Tech’s complete line of technology applications, including cloud services, secure networking, security and surveillance, mobile devices, hardware and software, to custom applications and desktops.”

“We know Nex-Tech is great company with a core foundation built on a standard of providing high-level customer service, quality installation and superior support,” Bob Raymer said. “Our customers will be in great hands with Nex-Tech.”

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