"...however, I do know Macrium Reflect can restore to another company...."
I just now noticed my error in my earlier post, #2! It should read:
however, I do know Macrium Reflect can restore to another computer
Just be careful about restoring an image that includes the OS (as well as installed applications) to another computer...no matter what backup/imaging program you use. When "moving" an OS to a new computer, there will always be two potentially hurdles/problems: 1) drivers from the old computer that do not match/work with the new computer; and 2) Windows activation issues due the license type of Windows.
For #1, best case scenario is that the drivers are just deactivated during the Windows boot up. Worst case, and more typical scenario I believe, is that Windows will crash/blue screen due to the wrong drivers.
For #2, if the Windows OS came with a "manufactured" computer, then it will likely not work at all as those type of OEM licenses are generally "tied" to the hardware. So, in this scenario, you likely will not even get to an activation screen. If you have a "builder's" (aka "individual" OEM) license, then that license is tied to the hardware for activation. While you will get to the activation screen, in theory you should not be able to activate it as the hardware has changed and even if you could trick Microsoft into activating by lying to them, you would be in violation of the license agreement. Technically, you can only move a "retail" license (which is the most expensive) from one computer to another (the other exception is if you have something like an enterprise site license).
In addition to moving the OS, there is the issue of moving applications. Generally, to my knowledge, restoring installed applications only works if you are also restoring the OS. There are some applications that this will not apply to, but many Window applications spew all kind of things into the Registry, which would be missing if you restore the application from the backup/image without also restoring the Registry somehow. As a result, if you are not also moving the OS, you would need to reinstall the applications rather than restore them from the image/backup.