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Matthews digital imaging firm expands into Founders Hall uptown

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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Lonnie Gordon, director of operations with Hendrix Business Systems, prepares a job for printing Monday on the Canon color image press. Hendrix Business Systems announced plans to expand to Founders Hall in uptown Charlotte, where it will locate a new 1,800-square-foot showroom, showcasing Canon’s state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Hendrix Business Systems announced plans Monday to expand to Founders Hall in uptown Charlotte, where it will locate a new 1,800-square-foot showroom, showcasing Canon’s state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Tim Manuel, left, a system sales consultant with Hendrix Business Systems, operates a Canon color printer. Hendrix Business Systems announced plans to expand to Founders Hall in uptown Charlotte, where it will locate a new 1,800-square-foot showroom, showcasing Canon’s state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Cutting the ribbon (L-R) Bob Morgan,president of Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, Roger Hendrix owner of Hendrix Business Systems, Darrell Rudisill, technical sales executive with Canon U.S.A. Inc. Hendrix Business Systems, Inc. announces plans to expand to Founders Hall in uptown Charlotte where it will locate a new 1,800-square-foot Canon Showroom, showcasing Canon's state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions. The company anticipates an additional five jobs to be created through this expansion in addition to 10 new positions that were created in 2013 as part of Hendrix's expansion efforts. The expansion will provide current and future customers a showcase of the latest in document imaging and document management technologies.
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    Robert Lahser - rlahser@charlotteobserver.com
    Roger Hendrix, left, owner of Hendrix Business Systems, demonstrates the Canon color image press Monday for Charlotte Chamber President Bob Morgan. Hendrix Business Systems announced plans to expand to Founders Hall in uptown Charlotte, where it will locate a new 1,800-square-foot showroom, showcasing Canon’s state-of-the-art digital imaging solutions.

Hendrix Business Systems, a 38-year-old Matthews digital imaging firm, announced plans Monday to expand into uptown Charlotte with a state-of-the-art technology center in Bank of America Corporate Center’s Founders Hall.

The new 1,800-square-foot Canon Technology Lab features up to $500,000 in hardware and software designed to give corporations in uptown Charlotte easy access to Hendrix’s document imaging and document management tools, said Roger Hendrix, president of the firm.

Charlotte Chamber President Bob Morgan joined company officials and Darrel Rudisill of Canon in announcing the new showroom in Founders Hall. Eric Frazier

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