Chris Taylor


Chris is CEO and Co-Owner of Fisher’s Technology, an office technology company offering IT network management, copier and printer services, business telephone solutions, and electronic document management software and services.

During Chris’s seventeen years at the company, the 87 year-old Fisher’s more than sextupled in size and received numerous awards including: Idaho’s Best Places to work the last fifteen years straight, Inc 5000 fastest growing U.S. companies five years, Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce 2013 Small Business of the Year, U.S. Chamber’s Top 100 U.S. Small Businesses of the Year in 2014, and Idaho Business Review’s 2017-2023 Reader Rankings as both the Best Office Equipment Company and the Best IT & Tech Support Services in Idaho. Chris was also selected as a 2014 CEO of Influence by the Idaho Business Review.

Chris is a Boise native with past experience managing technology projects for organizations around the world. Chris worked for Accenture and BearingPoint as a consultant and manager of strategic systems implementations.

Chris received an MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Sloan School of Management and graduated Summa cum Laude with a Chemical Engineering degree from the University of Idaho.

Chris serves on the Board of Directors of the Idaho Youth Ranch, is the President of the Copier Dealers’ Association and the Managed Technology Association, serves on the Canon Dealer Advisory Council, is the Honorary Commander in the Idaho Air National Guard, is the Past President of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) Idaho Chapter, served on the Board of Directors for the Boise Metro Chamber of Commerce, is a past Executive Board Member and Past President of the Board of Directors for the Discovery Center of Idaho, serves on the University of Idaho’s Special Advisory Group to the President, serves on the Board for the Idaho Technology Council, is a member of the Vistage CEO leadership group, and previously served on the Board of Trustees for the Boise Art Museum. Chris also serves on advisory boards for numerous for-profit organizations.