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Software Company AltSource Opens New Portland, Oregon, Headquarters

11/09/2018
AltSource, one of the fastest growing custom software development companies in the U.S., expanded with new company headquarters in Southeast Portland, Oregon.

In addition to its new headquarters, AltSource has expanded geographically with satellite offices spread across southern Oregon, southern California, Texas, and Florida.

“We are humbled by the continued opportunity to help our customers meet critical business needs through custom software applications,” said Dave Moore, President & Founder of AltSource. “Our growth is directly linked to the success of our valued customers and we are proud to develop long-term technical partnerships with them.”

According to company officials, the goal of the new company headquarters was to create an energy-efficient, functional, and visually appealing workplace. To minimize the carbon footprint as well as the disruption of the neighborhood, the shell of the 94-year-old building remained intact.

AltSource said it added floor-to-ceiling windows and a second floor, open-air deck to welcome the outdoors in, and showcase the view of downtown Portland and the west hills, officials said. The headquarters building was designed with input from Energy Trust of Oregon to maximize energy efficiency and incorporate the best environmental practices, such as energy efficient windows and incorporating reclaimed wood from the original building.

“We’ve been in the neighborhood for more than a decade but spread across five different buildings. We are excited to be together under one roof in our new, modern workspace, and pleased we could remain in the neighborhood,” added Moore. “Many AltSource employees live in Southeast Portland, and we plan to continue our commitment to this area and broaden our support of the community.”

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