We recognize the innovation and activity that is taking place in the downtown Raleigh area. Our goal is to continue our growth in the technology industry, while increasing the excitement and collaborative work environment for our employees.
Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) September 16, 2015
rmsource, Inc. has relocated the corporate headquarters from Cary, NC to the Wells Fargo Building in downtown Raleigh, NC. The goals of their move are to become further immersed in the growing technology market and to strengthen their connections in the industry.
This move stems from rmsource’s unprecedented growth in the last year. The new offices will not only be a physical expansion of square footage, but will also enable the company to attract new, highly skilled candidates to add to their existing expert teams. rmsource hired an award winning design firm to create an open work environment for collaboration. Features of this design plan include the newest in audio and video conferencing, open light environments, collaborate workstations, and a Starbucks coffee bar. The offices will also offer large windows, offering plenty of natural light and views of the sprawling downtown community and the capital building.
“We recognize the innovation and activity that is taking place in the downtown Raleigh area,” says Robb Hultin President and Co-Founder. “Our goal is to continue our growth in the technology industry, while increasing the excitement and collaborative work environment for our employees."
rmsource, Inc. opened doors at the new offices on September 1. For more information, please visit https://www.rmsource.com/Pages/default.aspx or call 877-319-3051.
About rmsource, Inc.
rmsource, Inc. is a leading provider of IT solutions. As a sole source vendor, their Datacenters, Managed Solutions, Developers and IT Engineers work collectively to execute and solve IT challenges. Their ability to fully manage clients' IT infrastructures, whether in their Data Centers via a Private or Hybrid Cloud or customers on-premise infrastructures, reduces both management and infrastructure costs.