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Dan Bombard
Yuma Office Equipment
340 S. Main St.
Yuma, AZ 85364
Phone: (928) 343-2298
BTA Member Since: 2001

Bombard is owner/manager of Yuma Office Equipment, YOE Connext and their parent corporation, Mountain View Corp., located in Yuma, Arizona. He began his career in 1985 as a copier technician specializing in Canon equipment. Within a few years, Bombard was certified on Canon, Sharp and Ricoh products, and was also well versed in Panasonic and Kyocera Mita products. He started his career with Yuma Office Equipment in early 2002 and worked as a technician before becoming a controller specialist and, ultimately, IT director and service manager. In 2013, Bombard became the owner of Yuma Office Equipment and Mountain View Corp. In 2015, the company was recognized as an SBDC Small Business of the Year by the Small Business Development Corporation of Arizona and has been named an Elite Dealer by ENX Magazine three times. Bombard has been a member of the OKI Data Americas Dealer Council and is currently in Optimists International and the Yuma Rotary Club. He is on the board of directors of Crossroads Mission and MACCNA, both 501(c)(3) non-profits in the recovery industry. He is also the author of two books and was a featured speaker at Harvard Club.

Mike McGuirk
ProCopy Office Solutions Inc.
1917 E. 5th St.
Tempe, AZ 85281
Phone: (602) 776-2679
BTA Member Since: 2013

McGuirk is president and equity partner of ProCopy Office Solutions located Tempe, Arizona. He also serves as president of Action Imaging, ProCopy's Tucson, Arizona-based company. McGuirk began his career in 1983 at Uni-Copy, a local Arizona company, and was promoted to management in 1987, eventually becoming the branch manager of the company's largest division. When Danka acquired the company in 1993 and named ProCopy the core company for all West Coast operations, he was the first person named district manager, covering both Arizona and Southern California with total P&L responsibility and more than 250 employees. Over the next nine years, McGuirk held various senior management positions, including area vice president, until leaving in 2002 after almost 20 years. In 2002, he became president of Arizona Office Technologies, a Global Imaging Company, and through two successful acquisitions, grew the company from 44 employees and $9 million in revenue to 280 employees and $55 million in revenue. It was named the Company of the Year inside Global in 2006. Xerox acquired Global Imaging in 2007 and McGuirk remained for two years. In 2010, he joined ProCopy, a small local company with 12 employees. Today, the company has more than 80 employees and revenues have grown six times, with both revenue and profits exceeding industry benchmarks. The company has won numerous awards, including Elite Dealer three times, Best Places to Work two times and Inc.'s 5000 fastest-growing businesses in the United States three times. In 2016, ProCopy became part of the Flex Technology Group of companies, with McGuirk staying on as president and an equity partner. He is a graduate of Arizona State University's School of Business and serves on the school's Alumni Advisory Board of Directors. McGuirk serves on the National Dealer Advisory Council for Ricoh and is incoming president of the Select Dealer Group (SDG). He also oversees the ProCopy Foundation, a 501(c)(3) charity arm of ProCopy, which has donated more than $120,000 to various youth-based charities in Arizona, including an endowed scholarship at the ASU School of Business. McGuirk has served on the board of directors of the Better Business Bureau since 2013, and has been a member of the Tempe Diablos Charity Club since 2014. He is also a member of the Executive Association of Greater Phoenix and formally served on the board of directors of the Grand Canyon State Games and LifeLink Church.

Vice President
Brian Landgren
Electronic Business Machines
802 134th St. S.W., Ste. 170
Everett, WA 98204
Phone: (425) 742-2244
BTA Member Since: 2010

Landgren is president of Electronic Business Machines (EBM), Everett, Washington. He has more than 25 years of experience in the independent dealer channel, including 14 years at Global Imaging Systems, where Landgren was one of few Global presidents who successfully grew his career from the financial and operations side of the business. After graduating college, Landgren started his career in public accounting. In 1986, Landgren joined an independent office technology dealership in West Palm Beach, Florida, and was soon promoted to CFO and vice president of administration. In 1992, he was recruited to an independent office technology dealership in Baltimore, Maryland, as its vice president and CFO. In 1997, Tom Johnson, president and CEO of Global Imaging Systems at the time, recruited Landgren to the vice president and CFO position at a newly acquired group of companies in Washington and Oregon that became The Northwest Group for Global Imaging Systems. In 2001, he was promoted to COO for the group, and in July 2003, Landgren was named executive vice president. In December 2003, he was named president of the Northwest Group for Global Imaging. During Landgren's time at Global, he won the Chairman's Award twice, the President's Award, Global’s Semper Fi Award, and was inducted into "Global's Greatest," which recognizes the top 1% of all Global employees. During Landgren's 14 years with Global, he managed the growth of the Northwest Group from $8 million to an excess of $60 million in revenue. In addition, Landgren was one of the first graduates of the Global Leadership Institute. In 2012, he left Global and joined EBM, an independent office technology dealership in Everett, Washington, as its president. EBM, through its founder and Landgren's business partner, Richard Schlosser, has a 34-year history in the area, representing the full line of Canon and Kyocera products with a laser focus on customer service. During the past seven years, EBM has more than doubled in size and has a business plan to more than double again in the next four years. Today at EBM, Landgren has responsibility for the sales, service and operational organizations, as well as developing and implementing the company's growth strategies.

Immediate Past President
Mike McCurdy
Integrated Technologies Inc.
393 Eastland Drive S.
P.O. Box 1843
Twin Falls, ID 83303
Phone: (208) 734-6181 ext. 201
BTA Member Since: 2013

McCurdy is president of Integrated Technologies. He specializes in helping mid-size organizations (15 to 1,000 employees) protect their businesses, reduce their risk and succeed through increased knowledge, and by providing expertise in the latest IT services and trends. McCurdy is a CompleteCloud specialist and consultant. He is also responsible for the overall management of Integrated Technologies, with an emphasis on customer satisfaction and building long-term client relationships. McCurdy is very active in the community, serving on many boards and proactively championing best practices on the technology front. He is active in his church, serving in numerous capacities. McCurdy and his wife, Kathleen, met when they were nine years old. They are best friends and have been married for more than 20 years. They are the proud parents of two beautiful and musically talented daughters. McCurdy's passion in life revolves entirely around his family relationships. He loves the outdoors and spending time on the California coast with his family.

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