Not giving up on paper yet

SUSTAINED GROWTH: Automated Business Solutions owners Alan Albergaria, center, president, and Robert Maceroni, right, vice president, speak with Tom Laport, vice president of sales. Albergaria and Maceroni started the company in 1992 without a customer and have since grown the business to more than 4,000 clients. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
SUSTAINED GROWTH: Automated Business Solutions owners Alan Albergaria, center, president, and Robert Maceroni, right, vice president, speak with Tom Laport, vice president of sales. Albergaria and Maceroni started the company in 1992 without a customer and have since grown the business to more than 4,000 clients. / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO
The evolution of the office printer, and business machines in general, has taken Automated Business Machines Inc. in new directions over its 26-year history. Begun without a customer, the business started by Alan Albergaria and Robert Maceroni in 1992 now has more than 4,000 clients and employs 75 people. Those numbers were boosted recently with…

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