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Salesforce Expands Regional Headquarters In Indianapolis, Indiana

Salesforce, a software company focused on customer relationship management, will invest more than $40 million over the next 10 years to expand its regional headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana. As part of the new investment, the company plans to add 800 new jobs over the next five years.

The company also announced it will move into a new regional headquarters location at 111 Monument Circle, which will be known as Salesforce Tower Indianapolis in early 2017. Plans for the building include a renovated lobby and dedicated space where guests can experience interactive, hands-on demonstrations of the Salesforce Customer Success Platform.

"Salesforce is among Indiana's largest technology employers, and we're thrilled to be investing for further growth in the region," said Scott McCorkle, Salesforce Marketing Cloud CEO, Salesforce. "Salesforce Tower Indianapolis, our regional headquarters, will give our amazing employees a fantastic place to work and serve our customers and community every day."

"I am proud and excited to welcome Salesforce to their future home in 111 Monument Circle, soon to be known as Salesforce Tower Indianapolis," said Mayor Joe Hogsett. "Salesforce is a tremendous partner to our city and residents, bringing hundreds of new jobs to Indianapolis and solidifying the city as a leading destination for innovative companies. I want to thank Salesforce for their commitment to grow here and I can't wait to see Salesforce added to our skyline."

"Today's outstanding commitment from Salesforce proves without a doubt that Indiana is now the Midwest hub for technology and innovation," said Governor Mike Pence. "In recent years, the technology sector has added more than 5,000 jobs in central Indiana alone, growing at a rate more than triple the national average."

"Global leaders like Salesforce have a world of options to consider for growth, and I am excited that the team has once again selected the Hoosier state to create hundreds of quality jobs. Powered by a talented workforce and a low-tax, low-regulation business climate, I am confident that this regional headquarters will propel Salesforce to new heights, advancing innovation for years to come," he added.

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