Greatland Corporation

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Greatland Corporation is an employee-owned company.[1] It has locations in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Green Bay, Wisconsin. The firm supplies preprinted and blank wage and income reporting forms, primarily W-2 and 1099 forms,[2] to small- and mid-sized businesses and tax professionals. Greatland also supplies business checks and specialty forms,[3] and operates two websites for form filing: SpeedEFiler.com, and its subsidiary, FileTaxes.com.

Subsidiary Holdings[edit]

Greatland has three subsidiary organizations:

  • FileTaxes.com is an online wage reporting system for small businesses for e-filing and mailing recipient copies of 1099-MISC, 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1099-R, 1099-S and W-2 forms, as well as filing and payments associated with 941 and 944 filing.[4][5]
  • Nelco Solutions; based in Green Bay, Wisconsin, was acquired by Greatland in 1998.[6]
  • Broker Forms, specializes in 1099 & W-2 reporting.
  • ImageOne, a provider of presentation materials, custom-created presentation supplies, and W-2 & 1099 products, was acquired by Greatland in 2005. In June 2011, the company dissolved the ImageOne brand and folded it in under its existing Greatland brand.[7]

History[edit]

The firm was founded in 1974 by Robert Napieralski as Great Lakes Business Forms.[8] The company was renamed Greatland Corporation in 1994.

It has 175 full and part-time employees divided between its sales and marketing offices at its Grand Rapids headquarters, and a printing, development and distribution operation in Green Bay, Wis.[9] On September 26, 2006, Greatland became a 100% Employee-Owned (ESOP) company. Bob Nault is Greatland's CEO.

The company’s 2009 revenue was $38 million.[9]

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