The Midwest’s Leading Document Technology Solutions Provider
American Micro was founded in 1958 and is the Midwest leader in imaging and document management solutions. We are the first choice for all paperless office solutions, providing innovative document management solutions that enable companies to scan, store, retrieve, and use information more efficiently, accurately, and securely.
Technology can make your business run more efficiently! The innovative solutions we provide offer your company high ROI tools to increase performance, access and accountability.
Since 1958 American Micro has been un-boxing businesses with innovative technology and a commitment to service. Technology changes daily, yet we have found a way to remain on the cutting edge of systems that manage paper. We’ve come a long way since 1958 in our depth of knowledge and experience. Today, American Micro leads the way in technology applications that help create a paperless environment.
At American Micro we make paperless effortless™! Educating customers about their own document management and conversion choices and the benefits of good records management is our passion. It is important to remember that technology is a means to an end, not an end in itself. The objective of document management should always be a proper business solution.
At American Micro we believe every employee has a responsibility to meet the service needs of our clients and to extend ourselves in all areas of customer service.
That’s why our team is trained to ensure that every customer is satisfied with all aspects of our work. From the front desk to the warehouse to our executives, each team member wants your experience with American Micro to be exceptional.
- Consistency in our performance.
- Work completed on-schedule and with accuracy.
- Courteous, professional communication in all aspects of our relationship.
- A detailed breakdown of services and their costs.
- Managing your costs as if they were our own.
- Access to your records, at any time.
- Security and protection of your records and assets.
- Your right to question any aspect of our work or relationship.
- Respect of you as an individual, respect of your business and business records, and respect of our own organization and employees.
Our transformative team is capable of building solid ROI for your company. American Micro’s leadership build’s solutions for your current problems while considering future issues.
The American Micro team is part of a big family. Conceived in 1958 by Mr. Ted Zecy, AMC has become one of the most highly respected Midwest technology brand names of the 21st century.
Since the establishment of the company, American Micro has helped its customers save time and money by making it easier to process paperwork with the use of workflow, e-forms, and conversion services. We employ approximately 35 people in the Kansas City metropolitan area.
American Micro believes in making a difference and stands for the principles of value, quality, and innovation. We deliver quality service by empowering our employees and facilitating customer feedback to continually improve the customer’s experience.
We are determined to become the Midwestern choice for corporate document management solutions.
Karen Zecy, President
Mark Zecy, CEO and Chief Imaging Officer
After graduation from Baylor University with a BS in Computer Science, Karen was hired by Arthur Andersen as a consultant. She moved into a role in software support and implementation at Management Science America and eventually joined American Micro after moving from Texas to Kansas City.
Karen is now President of American Micro and is responsible for overseeing the financial health of the organization as well as operations. She is passionate about the service American Micro provides because it allows customers to operate more efficiently and reduce unnecessary staffing expenses.
Outside of her daily responsibilities on the job, Karen is actively involved in the community. She is currently serving as board member at Truman Medical Center and their Executive Committee; board member for the MAX Insurance Company; and as Board Chair for Reconciliation Services Social Venture where the goal is to find jobs for those in the KCMO Troost corridor neighborhood.
In 2006, Karen was recognized by the Kansas City Business Journal as a “Women Who Means Business” honoree.
When she is not working, Karen always has an earbud in to listen to an Audible book. She also enjoys riding her bike, walking, yoga and travel with Mark and their grown children John and Andrea.
After attending the University of Kansas, Mark was hired by IBM as an Account Executive. While he liked the technology field, he soon went to work on the Listed Equities desk at Eppler, Guerin, and Turner. As he gained experience and eventually became the Manager of the desk, he found that coordinating ‘chaos’ into a workable trade by considering all the variables in the market was his greatest strength.
With his father, and founder of American Micro Company, Ted Zecy close to retirement, Mark moved to Kansas City to run American Micro. Using his problem solving skills to organize ‘chaos’ which helps any company automate a process is what Mark likes doing. This passion translates well to Document Imaging Solutions which are simply records that need to be managed, with several different variables in the mix.
Mark is proud that American Micro has evolved to serve the needs of customers since the company’s founding in 1958. From the early days of backfile capture to today’s business process automation, the company has been in the forefront of their industry. Using front end capture of images and metadata to help information flow through the organization more efficiently is Mark’s goal for each customer. He tells his employees that coming up with a solution is the fun part and watching it help our customers for years is a great feeling of accomplishment.
When Mark is not solving business process problems, he enjoys the ‘reset’ his farm offers. He feels that doing things with your hands and seeing the results is always gratifying. Traveling the backroads of America is also how Mark likes to spend his time with his wife Karen.
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