Aqueduct Technologies Expands Operations in Providence, Rhode Island
According to company officials, the expansion into southern New England aims to strengthen their regional presence and support their growing customer base. Aqueduct Technologies' plans for expansion include investing in local talent, increasing the role of sales and services, and expanding their customer support center to the Providence, Rhode Island location.
"Over the last five years, Aqueduct has seen significant growth in both our customers and employees who reside in Rhode Island. We've also had the fortune of working with like-minded organizations who share our commitments on investments in our employees and local community," explains Manak Ahluwalia, President & CEO of Aqueduct Technologies, Inc. "We continue to see an unprecedented demand for our offerings in the region and we desire to significantly increase our investment into the Rhode Island community. Today we are very excited to announce a major expansion into those markets to further support our current and future customers, employees, and the community."
In 2018, they doubled their office space in Waltham, Massachusetts. "Expanding our footprint into southern New England gets us closer to our clients and strengthens our relationship with our business partners," said Jack Kaiser, Senior Vice President, Sales and Marketing at Aqueduct Technologies, Inc. "There exists great opportunity in the southern New England market and we hope to see our local presence accelerate interaction with our customers and increase our ability to better serve them."
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