LINCOLNSHIRE, Ill.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Quill.com, an online marketplace for small- and medium-sized businesses and a subsidiary of Staples Inc., today announced that Medical Arts Press has successfully transitioned to Quill Healthcare, a one-source platform for all medical practice needs. The unification will allow medical practices to conveniently shop from two specialty suppliers on a single platform .With Quill Healthcare, medical practices can continue to take advantage of easy ordering and incredible service while enjoying benefits like free shipping and returns, special offers and a wide assortment of front-office supplies.
The integration is part of Quill.com’s commitment to cater to the specific needs of vertical segments including healthcare, retail and education while continuing to offer core office essentials like paper and toner.
“As Medical Arts Press and Quill.com move forward as Quill Healthcare, customers can find all the products they need to give their patients the best care, while enjoying the expertise that helps keep their practice running efficiently,” said Sergio Pereira, President, Quill.com. “Our customers have access to the best product assortment in the industry, with more than 1 million workplace essentials on Quill.com.”
Founded in 1950 in Minneapolis, Medical Arts Press grew from a small, store-front enterprise serving local doctor and dentist offices into an e-commerce site serving more than 250,000 practices nationwide. In 2005, Medical Arts Press was acquired by Quill.com but continued to operate under its own name until now.
Quill.com provides busy professionals every product they need to run their small- and medium-size businesses. Delivering an expansive assortment of products like technology, cleaning & breakroom supplies, business furniture, medical supplies, safety products and general office supplies, our singular focus is on meeting the needs of our customers.
Founded in 1956, Quill.com is headquartered in Lincolnshire, IL, and employs more than 500 people and operates 12 state-of-the-art distribution centers. In 1998, Quill.com proudly became part of Staples, Inc.