Tom Fisher sold his first typewriter in 1936 and his company has been assisting Idaho residents with technological and office solutions since then. Since Fisher’s creation they have expanded their services from a retail office service to a full-scale IT solutions and workflow solutions company. Recently Fisher’s Technology ventured outside of Idaho for the first time and now serves customers in Billings and Great Falls, Montana.
Though Fisher’s has existed in several forms since 1936, the modern Fisher’s Technology is a technological resource for today’s office. The bread and butter of Fisher’s business is copiers and printers with the company offering full service on all types of industrial office equipment like printers, multifunction units, scanners, copiers, and more. They provide both printer troubleshooting services, regular maintenance, and can assist your office in renting the perfect unit for your office. Fisher’s claims to save their customers anywhere from 30-40% off operating costs on their office equipment, according to their website.
The company was first known as Fisher’s until 2007 when the company changed the name to Fisher’s Document Systems to reflect their growing line of services. In 2013 the company expanded beyond printer services to offer IT and workflow solutions and rebranded into Fisher’s Technology to reflect the growing expansion of services. Today’s Fisher’s Technology provides several levels of service for many types of industries and have improved the efficiency and lowered overall operating cost for several types of businesses.
Fisher’s move into Montana reflects the company’s growing goals and aspirations. Fisher’s has been assisting customers in Idaho for several decades, but now wants to bring their innovative office solutions to nearby Montana too. Fisher’s is testing the Montana water and will offer only printer and copier rentals and services to Montana customers for now but could expand into full-scale IT services and workflow solutions in the future. The company assists smaller offices and mom and pop businesses with roughly 10 to 150 employees.
Residents of Billings and Great Falls had printers and copiers before, but now have the full-service of an industry leader right in their backyard. The company’s new Montana locations are staffed, open, and ready for business for all your managed services, IT, and other technology needs.