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Technology Consultant, ENS Group, Expands Its Fort Wayne, Indiana Facilities

Area Development Online News Desk (04/11/2013)
ENS Group, a technology consulting firm, has outgrown its Engle Road location and moved to Olde Canal Office Park in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The firm renovated a 10,500 square foot speculative building space into a state-of-the-art technology center and office space.

The company’s sustained growth has afforded them the opportunity to create highly skilled jobs in the technology industry, the Fort Wayne-Allen County Economic Development Alliance said. ENS Group is seeking to fill six new positions to add to its current workforce of 47 information technology specialists and market development managers.

“ENS Group’s business expansion helps the Northeast Indiana region continue to develop the emerging high-tech cluster in our community,” said Ashley Steenman, Vice President of Business Development for The Alliance. “This not only serves local businesses here by providing a unique set of services, but it also works to boost our economic growth by attracting other high-tech companies to our community.”

“ENS Group is now the largest Cisco Partner north of Indianapolis”, said Tim Savage, Principal of ENS. “With the addition of three Cisco Certified Internetworking Engineers to our technical roster, we offer all the capabilities of a technology provider from larger metropolitan areas.”

“ENS Group is excited to join an elite group of approximately 50 Cisco Silver Partners and we look forward to being able to deliver advanced solutions in the local communities we serve,” said Savage. “Prior to our investment, local companies had to seek high level technical expertise from outside the local area. We now offer local companies the opportunity to keep their dollars local and obtain the same level of expertise as companies from Indianapolis and Chicago.”

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