Perceptive Software Breaks Ground on New Corporate Headquarters

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Perceptive Software, creator of process and content management products and solutions, is pleased to announce the official ground breaking of its new corporate headquarters in Lenexa, Kan. When completed, the 240,000 square-foot, two-building facility will more than double the size of the company’s current headquarters building.

A rendering of the new Perceptive Software headquarters at Lenexa City Center in Lenexa, KS. Architect - Klover Architects

A rendering of the new Perceptive Software headquarters at Lenexa City Center in Lenexa, KS. Architect - Klover Architects

“This new global headquarters will be representative of the progressive company culture that has been vital to the growth of Perceptive Software,” said Perceptive Software President and CEO and Lexmark Vice President Scott Coons.

Perceptive Software, creator of process and content management products and solutions, is pleased to announce the official ground breaking of its new corporate headquarters in Lenexa, Kan. When completed, the 240,000 square-foot, two-building facility will more than double the size of the company’s current headquarters building.

Since moving into its current headquarters in 2005, Perceptive Software’s local employee base has more than tripled. The company has consistently outpaced the industry in terms of growth, reporting 88 percent year-over-year revenue growth in the second quarter of 2012.

The Perceptive Software global headquarters will be near the southwest corner of 89th Street Parkway and Renner Road in Lenexa, in the Lenexa City Center development which is expected to include retail, restaurants, hotels, biking and walking trails, and more.

The Perceptive Software campus will include two four-story buildings constructed on approximately 13.4 acres of land that will be owned by Perceptive Software. The open, light-filled facility will feature an atrium with abundant glass, including internal bridges that connect the two buildings. The interior work environment will maximize access to natural light. The buildings will be designed and built to LEED standards and the company will be applying for LEED certification.

“This new global headquarters will be representative of the progressive company culture that has been vital to the growth of Perceptive Software,” said Perceptive Software President and CEO and Lexmark Vice President Scott Coons.

Staying true to that unique culture, which is recognized throughout the Kansas City business community, Perceptive Software’s new global headquarters will incorporate the following features:

  •     A café with variety of healthy food options;
  •     A dodge ball court that will allow the company to continue to host its annual “Dodge For a Cause” tournament, a fundraiser for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF), the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes. Last year, the tournament raised over $20,000 in support of JDRF;
  •     The original Perceptive Software slide, which will be moved from the current facility;
  •     Access to future Lenexa walking and biking trails and Lenexa City Center retail, restaurants and more.

“The Perceptive Software campus at Lenexa City Center will be an ideal place for our team to continue to develop the innovative products and solutions that make a difference for our global customers, while providing a welcoming environment to our customers, partners and other visitors from around the world,” Coons said.

Klover Architects, Overland Park, Kan., will serve as the architect while J.E. Dunn Construction Company, Kansas City, Mo., is the general contractor. Anticipated completion of the project is spring 2014.

About Perceptive Software (http://www.perceptivesoftware.com)
Perceptive Software, a Lexmark company (NYSE: LXK), builds enterprise content management and business process management software to help organizations fuel greater operational efficiency. Organizations around the world rely on Perceptive Software ECM and BPM solutions to optimize business processes and give users the most relevant information to make the most effective decisions at any point in the process, wherever they are.

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