Braden Business Systems to create 120 jobs in Fishers

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FISHERS, Ind. (Feb. 10, 2016) – Braden Business Systems announced plans today to build a new headquarters in Fishers, creating up to 120 new high-wage jobs by 2020.

“Braden’s expansion means more great jobs for Hoosiers, and it is further evidence of a tech sector that is thriving here in Indiana,” said Governor Mike Pence.

The homegrown Hoosier business will invest at least $5.6 million to construct and equip a four-story, approximately 40,000-square-foot office and multi-use facility at the corners of Municipal Drive and North Street in downtown Fishers.

Construction is set to begin this summer, and Braden will occupy the new building’s top two floors, which will feature an open office environment and a technology showroom for its customers.

The company also plans to lease an approximately 10,000-square-foot warehouse near its offices, expanding its total footprint by more than 5,000 square feet over its current offices on Indianapolis’ north side. Once complete, Braden will sublet the remainder of its new building in Fishers to retailers, restaurants and other businesses.

Braden provides information technology solutions to businesses across the state, with most of its clients based in Central Indiana. With roots in supplying traditional office technology equipment to area businesses, the company’s major growth today is in document automation software, computer networking solutions, offsite backup and hosting, cloud services, phone systems and data security.

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