ABT Centennial | Copier, Printer & MITS in Denver | Executive Management

At the heart of our ethos, we aim to streamline your decision-making journey with ease and precision. Our commitment to excellence ensures that every touchpoint with our company elevates your business dealings to extraordinary heights. Embedded in the local fabric as an independently owned and managed organization, ABT champions the principles of seasoned expertise, collaborative spirit, and crystal-clear communication. We're committed to elevating your experience from the very first interaction and fostering deep-rooted connections. Our devoted and skilled team prioritizes your unique needs, steering you towards customized solutions with genuine care and consideration at every turn.

Paul Archer | Owner & Founder

Paul Archer has decades in the industry. Starting in Utah, he originally began in the copier business working for his brother. After college, a technology startup, and a stint at HP, Paul and his wife, Carol, started Automated business Products. Growing over the last 17 years to 52 employees across the state of Colorado, ABP takes the next step as Paul now heads up Automated Business Technologies.

Paul is an active participant in his church, the community, politics, his 5 children and 20 grandchildren.

Mike Piche | President

Mike Piche has spent his post-military (US Marine Corps) career in the office technology space with organizations like W.B. Mason and Meridian. As founder and CEO of Onit Office Solutions, Mike Came to ABT via acquisition. Mike leads the team through adaption and innovation. He is a proud father of twins, happily married and actively engaged in numerous charities and organizations.

Andy Archer | CFO

After eight years in the US Army as an infantry officer, Andy earned an MBA from Kenan-Flagler Business School at the University of North Carolina. He worked at Microsoft following business school before joining ABT as the CFO in 2017. He currently hosts a monthly meeting of financial officers with dealerships across the country.

Andy spends time with his wife and four kids, volunteering with his church congregation and coaching youth rugby for his boys team.