Chris Hardwick/Build Technology Group

Chris Hardwick is a graduate of University of Georgia witha BA in Political Science.

As a recognized technology leader known for his love of solving problems, technology issues, building for and on successful business solutions, it has garnered him positions with such companies as Aaron Rents, Inc., ista, e:so Global, and Instawares. With his ability to break down technology into business goals, and strategic technology alignment, he has been navigating his career waters through Hardwick Solutions, LLC for over 8 years. Chris now leads Build Technology Group that practices a “partnership” approach to serving their clients, with the formula of breaking down strategic business goals into obtainable technology goals and vice versa. He helps his partners be successful by being their trusted IT partner in delivering cost effective, smart technology.

Longtime resident of Atlanta, Chris is married to Melissa with 3 boys. He stays involved with their school through his volunteering on the Keheley School Council and the Keheley Foundation. His community volunteerism covers animal welfare, children, education, environment, health and technology.

Chris has recently been honored with being added to the board of ATG as well as various nominations for his work in Scrum.
Chris Hanks/ KSU EC
(Co – Host)

Lee Heinsman/Savant
(Co – Host)

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  1. Rob Merino Mar 6, 2016

    Hi guys!

    This was the first time I’ve listened to your podcast. Chris Hardwick is a family friend (who I’ve never met) and I wanted to learn more about him and his business.

    I thought Chris was a great guest and I could easily have listened to more of his wisdom regarding entrepreneurship. He seems like the kind of leader that would be great to work for.

    I also liked his opinion on performance bonuses. They seem to create a conflict about doing what’s best for the client and the organization versus doing what’s best for one’s self (in the short term).

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