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Doug Pitassi

President of Pacific Office Automation

About me

CEO and President Doug Pitassi runs Pacific Office Automation. Under his direction, the company has grown to become a leader in the printing and copying market, offering services to customers with various needs. He puts much effort into the remaining current developments in his field, employing only the most cutting-edge technology while also providing strong support to his invaluable staff. Over the years, he has built the company to a point where it can accommodate clients of all sizes. This has allowed him to assemble one of the industry's most accomplished, trustworthy, and innovative groups of employees, setting an example for those who would follow in his footsteps.

There has always been a fire in his belly to help others, even from an early age. He was well-liked by his neighbors and had strong bonds with his family, friends, and coworkers. After finishing high school, he went to Portland State University, where he was actively involved in various student groups. He self-studied many fields until he found a way to put his education to use that would both challenge his mind and put him in a position to help others. He excelled academically at Portland State University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in 1985.

Douglas Pitassi decided to enter the workforce after finishing his studies, and he has been with Pacific Office Automation for almost thirty years. Despite its humble beginnings in Portland, Oregon, in 1976, Pacific Office Automation has flourished under its current CEO, Pitassi. Pacific Office Automation originally specialized in selling photocopiers. Doug Pitassi has been with the company for over 30 years, and it is primarily thanks to his vision and direction that the company has grown to become a leading provider of innovative technology and prize-winning machinery to clients all over the United States.

Now, consumers of Pacific Office Automation can choose from a wide range of goods made by various well-respected manufacturers. Some examples of companies that fit this description are Toshiba, Ricoh, Muratec, Xerox, HP, Sharp, Canon, and Konica Minolta. Douglas allows for customization across all brands and products to meet the needs of every given customer or client. This is necessary because things that work well for one customer may not work well for another. By prioritizing their customers' needs this way, Pacific Office Automation has quickly become one of the industry's leading companies.