Armada Analytics Expands Greenville, South Carolina, Operations
Now headquartered at 104 South Main Street in Greenville, Armada Analytics, Inc.'s expansion allows for future growth and promotes a creative and collaborative work experience. The expansion is expected to be completed by January 2021.
"We have called Greenville our home for more than 10 years and look forward to the next 10. We are excited about our investment and our future growth in the city,’ said Armada Analytics Chairman Zack Devier.
"It's exciting to see a company like Armada Analytics, Inc. increase its footprint and create new jobs in South Carolina. Our business climate continues to foster growth among our existing companies, which is a top priority for us,” said Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt.
Founded in 2006, Armada Analytics, Inc. provides high-quality commercial real estate underwriting research and analysis services tailored specifically to each client's needs. The company serves a variety of clients, including government programs, banks, insurance companies, lenders, pension funds and others.
"County council is pleased that Armada Analytics is expanding its business in Greenville County and moving into a prime location in downtown Greenville. Armada Analytics has developed a proven formula for success in providing high-quality, U.S.-based commercial real estate underwriting research and analysis services, and will be filling a number of new jobs in the process. We look forward to helping the company continue to grow and prosper in our thriving community,” added Greenville County Council Chairman and Greenville Area Development Corporation Board Member H.G. "Butch" Kirven.
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