Ateb Inc. Complete Expansion Of Raleigh, North Carolina, Headquarters
According to company officials, “generating an additional 25 percent growth in the company's overall headcount in the capital city, Ateb expanded its headquarters to a 65,500 square foot office building, almost double its existing footprint. Located at 11125 Forest Pines Drive, the construction also stimulated more employment opportunities within the local community."
The expansion correlates with Ateb's recent achievement as the leading provider of medication synchronization to chain and independent pharmacies with over 1,000,000 pharmacy patients actively managed in Ateb's Time My Meds, medication synchronization solution, officials said. Patients receive all of their chronic medications on their monthly pharmacy visit, allowing the pharmacist and patient to actively engage.
With the company's $3 million infrastructure investment to strengthen its intuitive technology solutions and continued double digit year over year growth for the past four years, Ateb is committed to the Raleigh region and is well positioned for sustainable growth, a company spokesman said.
"The building expansion reflects our success, as well as our commitment to improving the local economic landscape. With ninety-two percent of Americans residing within five miles of a community pharmacy, we recognized a tremendous opportunity to improve healthcare delivery by capitalizing on community pharmacy as a healthcare destination," Frank Sheppard, President/CEO of Ateb said. "We strongly believe that reducing healthcare costs through improved pharmacy engagement is the answer to realizing true savings in the new healthcare ecosystem."
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