Customers First. Always.
Take Care And Be Fair
In 1983 Jim Oricchio left a successful corporate career and, along with his wife, Donna, launched Coordinated Business Systems in Minneapolis, MN. Through hard work and sacrifice (including taking virtually no salary or vacations for more than two years), the company gained momentum and developed a track record of success.
In 1995, a large national brand offered to purchase Coordinated Business Systems. Instead of accepting this lucrative offer, Jim and Donna's entrepreneurial spirit led them to buy out their partners and continue as an independent office technology company providing the best solutions to their local clients.
This is the belief that leads Coordinated Business Systems and all of its team members in everything they do. It means always providing the best service possible, always doing the right thing, and always treating customers honorably. Coordinated Business Systems has built a motivating work environment that allows Coordinated team members to integrate their career and personal goals. Components of this environment include extensive, ongoing training, a track record of promoting-from-within, employee recognition, health benefits, paid vacation, and personal time.
The result is a vibrant, goal-oriented team focused on "Customers First. Always."
The Coordinated Business Systems team is committed to your growth and success. Minnesota owned and operated; we provide the capabilities to manage the flow of information with innovative document management technology and professional support.
Coordinated Business Systems strives to offer the most energy-efficient copiers, solutions, and document imaging products that feature consumables that have a marginal environment impact.
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Meet the Team
Meet the people of Coordinated Business Systems who put “Customers First. Always.” Our leadership team recognizes their responsibility to "Take Care and Be Fair," lead by example, and apply a service-centric business model to all strategic decisions.