ADCom Solutions Expands To Larger Metro Atlanta Corporate Headquarters
ADCom Solutions’ corporate headquarters will house local sales and operations teams, a project management team, network engineers, a Network Operations Center, and centralized hardware staging facility to support its ongoing and new initiatives. ADCom Solutions currently monitors and manages more than 10,000 customer network connected devices globally.
“Due to the growth of managed services that are supported by our Network Operations Center, we are delighted to expand into our new space,” said RJ Chapple, President of ADCom Solutions. “Our corporate headquarters have been located in Gwinnett since 1985. As we continue to grow and expand, we are confident this location will support new initiatives and allow us to enjoy sustained success in the future.”
“ADCom Solutions’ decision to expand in the City of Peachtree Corners and Gwinnett County is a testament to the community’s business friendly environment,” said Peachtree Corners Mayor Mike Mason. “The City of Peachtree Corners is dedicated to giving our companies the tools they need to succeed and we are honored to celebrate this expansion with ADCom Solutions.”
“Gwinnett County is an ideal location for corporate headquarters, not only because of its position within metro Atlanta and the Southeast, but also for its access to a skilled workforce,” said Kellie Brownlow, Director of Economic Development for Gwinnett Chamber Economic Development and Partnership Gwinnett. “Our team works to retain and expand corporate headquarters in Gwinnett and we are confident that ADCom Solutions decision to expand here will be advantageous to the future of the company and our community.”
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