Just·Tech Recognized on 2017 CRN Next-Gen 250 List

Annual List Features Trailblazing Solution Providers Transforming Business with Emerging Technologies


November 6, 2017 – Just·Tech, a managed print & managed IT company, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has named Just·Tech to its 2017 Next-Gen 250 list. The annual list recognizes standout IT solution providers who have successfully transformed their businesses to meet the demands of emerging technologies such as cloud computing, IoT, virtualization, mobility, business analytics and business intelligence. These solution providers, all in business for fewer than 20 years, have adapted to an evolving marketplace with a notable penchant for bringing key technologies to their clients before they become mainstream.

Just·Tech has grown to a services led company focusing on multifunction printers, managed print services, managed IT services and custom application development providing their customers with greater efficiency and improved workflows.  Since shifting their focus to recurring services in 2010, Just·Tech has seen revenues grow 8 times what they were.  Just·Tech, with a strategy on accelerated growth, has acquired 2 companies in 2017 which will more than quadruple their business’s geographical footprint.  With their IT and print solutions, Just·Tech supports customers in 5 states from 4 offices.  Just·Tech has become a global company with their application development for Xerox multifunction printers with apps installed on Xerox devices in 7 countries.

“We are so honored to have been chosen for the CRN 2017 Next-Gen 250 list,” said Joshua Justice, President of Just·Tech.  “I would like to thank our loyal customers who have embraced our solutions, supportive business community, Xerox for their continued partnership and our talented employees who impress me every day with their innovative thinking and determination.”

“This group of solution providers is leading the way when it comes to emerging technologies, bravely stepping into the uncharted territory of next-generation IT solutions ahead of their peers,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company. “Our 2017 Next-Gen 250 list is comprised of relatively new companies as well as established ones, all sharing the common thread of successful, trailblazing solutions designed to meet an unprecedented set of customer needs. We congratulate each team on its vision and contribution to the overall advancement of the IT channel.”

A sampling of the Next-Gen 250 list will be featured in the December issue of CRN. The complete list will be available online at www.crn.com/nextgen250.

About Just·Tech

Just·Tech is a technology company founded in 2006 providing Xerox office equipment, Managed Print Solutions, Managed Network & IT Solutions and custom Xerox App Solutions.  Just·Tech is a Xerox authorized sales agent and a Xerox certified print services provider, managing thousands of copiers & printers making millions of impressions every month.

Just·Tech provides Managed Network Services & IT Support to more than 70 small businesses, non-profits and religious organizations, specializing in proactive support, cloud services & network security and providing onsite & remote assistance.

Just·Tech is the first Xerox certified Personalized Application Builder Authorized Developer in the United States. With Just·Tech’s App Solutions, apps are created for Xerox multifunction copiers that increase efficiency and improve workflows. There are more than 25,000 apps that Just·Tech has created installed on Xerox devices across the globe.


Joshua Justice


About the Channel Company

The Channel Company enables breakthrough IT channel performance with our dominant media, engaging events, expert consulting and education, and innovative marketing services and platforms. As the channel catalyst, we connect and empower technology suppliers, solution providers and end users. Backed by more than 30 years of unequaled channel experience, we draw from our deep knowledge to envision innovative new solutions for ever-evolving challenges in the technology marketplace.


Melanie Turpin
The Channel Company