Who We Are

Standley Means Oklahoma

Standley Systems is a leader in technology for state agencies and commercial businesses across Oklahoma. In fact, we’re the only total business solutions provider who literally goes “the extra mile” to service all 77 Oklahoma counties, from Adair to Woodward.

Founded in 1934 as The Fred Standley Typewriter Company in Chickasha, Oklahoma, Standley Systems has remained on the forefront of office technology while maintaining our personal touch. When you call Standley, a real person will answer the phone and take care of your needs, 24/7.

Standley Means Family

It’s rare that a business with a long, rich history can stay true to its core values for over 80 years, but history and family lie at the heart of Standley Systems’ success. We’re in our fourth generation as a family-owned and operated Oklahoma business.

Not only do we foster a family-focused culture at Standley, we consider our customers to be more than just customers. Our mission is to build “a legacy of legendary relationships,” and we give the same personal focus to small-town business owners as we do our multi-million dollar corporate clients.

Standley Means Technology™

From IT infrastructure and support to comprehensive business technology services, Standley Systems is the trusted local advisor for solutions that are relevant to your immediate and future needs.

We’re experts in Document Lifecycle Management, with a team trained to quickly assess your specific needs and develop the best solution to meet them. We are constantly evolving to stay at the forefront of our fast-paced industry, and the infinity symbol in our brand reflects the Standley standard of unlimited innovation and boundless opportunity to provide you with the service, solutions and technology you need to achieve your greatest success.

Standley Means TechnologyTM

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