Braden Business Systems Make Introduction to Clinton County

Kyocera representative Lanny Meek shows off one of the copiers during the technology show sponsored by Braden Business Systems.
Braden Business Systems Account Manager Lisa Gray has a conversation with Center Township Trustee Kevin Evans.

Braden Business Systems partnered with the Clinton County Chamber of Commerce Wednesday to launch a technology show for the local businesses, government offices, organizations, manufacturing and education industry.

“Braden Business is here for them,” said Braden Business Account Manager Lisa Gray. “To help them with their everyday copying, printing, scanning, faxing, and IT needs. We’re not that far from here and we want people to be aware of who we are.”

Gray added the show was about making new friends and learning about technology. In addition, they flew Kyocera manufacturing representatives to educate and answer technology questions.

Braden has moved their headquarters into a building in Fishers where toner pickups and machine repair are available at the location.

Andrew Doerfler, left, of Braden Business Systems has a discussion with Kim Ray and Russ Kaspar of Kaspar Media.

“In Indiana, we primarily serve the Indianapolis area and surrounding counties,” said Braden Business Human Resources Director Jennifer Orozco, “We do have another business in the Chicago area.”

Orozco added the day was a very nice introduction to the area for Braden.

“It’s been wonderful to be here and meet the people of Clinton County,” said Orozco. “Everybody here has been so warm and welcoming. We’re just excited to bring our solutions and offerings to the businesses here and show everybody what Braden’s all about.”

Gray echoed Orozco’s sentiments.

“We’re very pleased,” said Gray. “It’s been a great show with different businesses, we’ve had school systems, the city has been here as well as the county government. It’s been awesome.”