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MicroAge
Founded1976; 45 years ago
Tempe, Arizona, U.S.
FounderJeffrey D. McKeever
Alan P. Hald
Headquarters
Key people
Rob Zack, CEO; Tracey Hayes, VP-Sales; Larry Fulop, VP-Technology & Marketing
ProductsTechnology

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MicroAge is an American technology company based in Tempe, Arizona. Founded in 1976.

In 2020 MicroAge's chief operating officer, Rob Zack, stepped into the chief executive role.

On October 1, 2020, MicroAge announced that it had acquired Semaphore Co, a cloud-services organization based out of Atlanta, Georgia.[1]

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History[edit]

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In 1976, founders Jeffrey D. McKeever and Alan Hald opened one of the first hobby computer stores in the United States, The Byte Shop, in Tempe, Arizona. The company grew quickly and in 1979 opened the first MicroAge Computer Store at Paradise Valley Mall in Phoenix, Arizona. The store sold computers popular in the early home computer age, such as the Apple II, Northstar, Imsai and Altair computers.

MicroAge developed into a major national distributor as well as having its own chain of stores, becoming the most widely known franchiser in the computer industry with over 1400 franchises worldwide, including locations in Europe, Japan and the USSR. Its primary competitor at the time was ComputerLand, another well-known franchising operation. The company was listed on the Fortune 500 list from 1995-2001. It employed over 6,000 people and generated revenues in excess of $9 billion at its zenith.[2]

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By February 2000, the company was composed of four subsidiary parts: MicroAge Teleservices, MicroAge Technology Services, Pinacor, and Quality Integration Services.[3] In November 2000, MicroAge Teleservices was sold to that subsidiaries largest customer, United Parcel Service.[4][5] In December 2000, MicroAge Technology Services was sold to CompuCom, included MicroAge's network of service and support locations.[6] In May 2001 some assets of Pinacor were sold to ScanSource.[7]

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References[edit]

  1. ^Semaphore Co Joins MicroAge in Move to Corner Cloud Technology Services Market
  2. ^'MicroAge, Inc.', UCLA-LoPucki Bankruptcy Research Database, UCLA School of Law
  3. ^MicroAge Inc. Annual Report For Fiscal Year Ending 10-31-99 (Form 10-K), U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, February 14, 2000
  4. ^UPS would own LV call center under proposal, Las Vegas Sun, November 13, 2000
  5. ^UPS call center to close, Las Vegas Sun, May 11, 2010
  6. ^MicroAge sells subsidiary, Phoenix Business Journal, December 22, 2000
  7. ^MicroAge subsidiary sold for $21M, Phoenix Business Journal, May 1, 2001

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