Edgewater Networks Moves Into An Expanded Production Center in San Jose, California
The company said the move was necessary to accommodate its rapidly growing workforce, up 50 percent in 2013 with an additional 25 percent anticipated in 2014. In addition, the company’s move satisfies increases to product demand and new product development.
“As we outgrew our existing headquarters, we knew we had to find a new location that would be spacious enough to allow us to continue to develop our current products as well as branch out into new markets,” said Dave Norman, CEO of Edgewater Networks. “San Jose provided many options to help us meet our needs for growth. We required a quick turnaround and San Jose staff were extremely professional, efficient, and accommodating so that we could make our move seamlessly with little downtime.”
“I welcome Edgewater Networks to San Jose and thank them for choosing our city for their expansion,” said Mayor Chuck Reed. “We appreciate the investment that Edgewater is making in our community and we look forward to helping them continue to grow and succeed in San Jose.”
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