DigiCOPY, which was launched in Eau Claire (Wisconsin) and Stevens Point (Wisconsin), were founded July 2000. A year after opening its first two locations in Eau Claire and Stevens Point, DigiCOPY added another location in Wausau. Craig Shuler was President and Chief Executive Officer of DigiCOPY. Craig received a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in Business Management, with a focus on Marketing. Kinko's employed him for fifteen years. He spent six of these as the Wisconsin District manager. Craig's desire to establish DigiCOPY was inspired by his work in the print business and his passion for building relationships that are valued in the workplace, community and marketplace. DigiCOPY's desire to treasure those connections inside and out rivals that of other digital printers. People and communities that the company has made a significant contribution to its growth and success can explain why. DigiCOPY today has more than 100 employees at 20 locations, 12 of which are virtual printer locations and facilities management. Its name for providing friendly, fast service has been a hallmark of the company and is now well-known in surrounding areas as well among business professionals.